I happily invite you to…
Join my 3-Day Anti-Anxiety Yoga Challenge
You’ll receive a FREE yoga & breathwork class every day for 3 days.
✅ 3 Types of breathwork (pranayama) exercises that help you balance your nervous system.
✅ Super-effective yoga poses that immediately calm you down & help you connect to yourself.
✅ A solid morning routine, based on Ayurveda, to help you start the day healthy and grounded.
✅ An efficient method to schedule your day and tasks so it’s not overwhelming anymore.
Jessica Scheper is a certified 200hr Yoga Teacher, as well as a mental health blogger, who’s been teaching yoga and helping women reduce stress since 2014. Previously, she worked as a Health Coach for BBB Health Boutique in The Hague.
Jess specializes in teaching yoga for anxiety, and she’s the author of the book ‘The Joy of Good Shit‘ (currently only available in Dutch).
Hi, I’m Jess.
A Dutchie, 37 years young, and my life revolves around health, surf, and yoga (and my cat, Bassie).
This wasn’t always the case. I used to drink a LOT. I used to party so hard that I woke up the next day with parts of my teeth missing. (tip: don’t hold a vodka bottle close to your mouth when someone is telling you a joke).
I drank because it was a way for me to socialize. But also because it was a way for me to drown my emotions and anxiety. Because my emotions are freakin strong, which isn’t always fun.
When my dad died (of depression), twenty-one years ago, it felt like a part of me died. Which it did.
I can feel it return to me whenever I dream about him. I wake up, feeling whole for 2 secs, and then it’s gone. Twenty-one years later, I still experience that.
I also used to suffer from a panic disorder – due to the trauma of my dad’s sickness and death, and too much stress. The alcohol made that worse.
Then, at age 26, I started surfing and doing yoga.
Four years later, during my yoga teacher training, I finally learned how to use my breath in order to calm my body and mind down.
When I do yoga and meditate, I experience wholeness and peace again. And ✨so✨ much more. It’s actually a really quick way to release happy hormones.
But, it’s also a way to feel sadness.
It may seem strange, but sometimes, we just need to have a good long cry.
It’s all good, whatever happens on the mat, is what needs to happen.
Remember: it’s okay to not be okay.
This is why I want to share my yoga practice & teachings with you. It helped/helps me through some seriously dark times, and I hope it can help you, too.
It’s 100% free
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You can always contact me if you have questions
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Check out my YouTube channel for some calming meditations & yoga practices: