Our mission is to improve the planet by helping as many people possible reach their individual potential through better health and wellbeing. Healthier, happier people carry an energy that ripples out amongst humanity. We look out for each other, encourage, and empower one another to tap into our full potential.
The Whole Health Wellness vision is one of bringing our individual talents and passions together to make an even greater impact. By partnering with our amazing network of wellness providers and bringing our services to you, we’re able to ensure that ripple is a limitless force for good. As the saying goes, “a rising tide lifts all boats”.
Whole Health Wellness Founder, Jessalynn L. Hudgins, has over 20 years of business experiece, having begun her career in financial services, gaining experience in consumer and commercial banking, boutique investments, and private equity. One year prior to the pandemic, she decided to finally pursue one of her lifelong dreams of completing her yoga teacher training in Bali, widely considered a yoga mecca of the world. Her personal practice and study of yoga, mindfulness & meditation span over 15 years and has had a profoundly positive impact on her own health, wellbeing, and quality of life. Jessalynn's desire to share the benefits of a healthier lifestyle led her to merge her professional background with her passion for wellness to benefit the world in a bigger way.
Just a few short years ago, few would have imagined that a virus would suddenly alter the way we live, work, and play so drastically. While we continue to adapt, most of us have figured out what works - such as flexible, remote workdays, and equally if not, arguably, more important, what doesn’t work – zoom fatigue, isolation, and a lack of emphasis on one’s overall wellbeing.
I admire the changemakers who are taking the time to really dissect the situation we’re in and see it for what it is – a systemic sickness that has made its way to the surface– but also a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to align our intentions with our actions. Most of us want to be the best version of ourselves, but how can one tout family values, while spending 10-hour days at the office, or health and wellness as a top priority, while staying primarily sedentary and making food choices out of convenience? How can one remain present for their family and practice gratitude for what they have when they’re dealing with anxiety, depression, and the stress of finances or making ends meet? Despite the horrific amount of suffering that so many have experienced, I have also witnessed a lot of good in the world – neighbors looking out for each other, communities rallying to support their local, small businesses, and realizing the massive importance of connection in insolation. I started this company at a time when others were shutting their doors because I believe in the power of people and that our differences are what make us special and unique. By empowering one another to live healthier, more fulfilling lives, we are helping all of humanity tap into its highest potential.
The perseverance of the human spirit is truly awe-inspiring. By being forced to slow down, we were also forced to come face-to-face with ourselves and ask what really matters most. You might even say we were granted a gift in being able to re-connect with those things. And just as not all lessons come in one, easy-to-read textbook, not all gifts come wrapped in a pretty bow. It is our attitude and response to a situation that will determine our outcome from it. While some of the changes we’ve seen arise from COVID have already proven they will far outlast the pandemic itself, one thing is certain: the trend towards improved health and wellness - which was already on a steady incline - is here to stay. Let us align actions with words. Walk the walk. Practice what we preach and be a force for good - that positive ripple effect enabling everybody to thrive in a world of health, wealth, and happiness.
Amanda specializes in slow flow vinyasa yoga with a focus on longevity of the body and inclusivity through props and modifications. She is experienced in leading beginner through advanced students, in addition to desk yoga, breathwork, and meditation. Her passion for sharing the benefits of a regular practice shows in her commitment to making it accessible for everyone.
Khadaura is a Leadership and ZenBodiment™ Coach who helps clients ensure all levels of the organization are maximizing their genious zone and in alignment as individuals and a team. He supports the mental and physical aspects of inner growth through Zen practices and Embodiment Coaching. This supports the alignment of mind, body, and presence to create spheres of success and personal development in all areas of life.
Dietitian and Nutrition Therapist, Lexy Penney, works one-on-one with women to find peace with food and their bodies. She helps them to overcome unhealthy eating behaviors and other food-related issues so that they can live the lives they desire. “I help my clients unlearn arbitrary food rules, identify roadblocks to self-trust, and eliminate harmful health behaviors so they can fully trust and respect their here & now bodies, and experience joy and freedom with food, and in their lives.”
Mathew is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Yoga Instructor whose style is a blend of both practices. His anatomical knowledge allows him to effectively assist clients with proper form and joint mobility, while incorporating breathwork with massage and assisted stretching allows clients to better release tension and stress.
Michelle Wax is the founder of American Happiness Project, a movement across 50 states focused on creating more joy in the everyday. Wax works with top companies and schools across the US to help teams thrive in uncertainty, use stress to their advantage, and create positive mindsets through workshops and accountability programs that build community and connection.
Bryan is a Certified Personal Trainer and Body Specialist from south Florida, now residing in New England. Bryan helps clients reach their weight loss goals, improve athleticism, and gain confidence to power them throughout their lives.
Danielle discovered a passion for cooking at a young age when she first learned how to make her grandmother’s blueberry pie. Danielle believes that good food has the power to delight, nourish and bring people together. She loves the challenge of crafting the perfect meal for any occasion, and can easily customize dishes based on preferances, health, and dietary restrictions.
Jess is a Boston-based Yoga, Barre & Pilates Mat Instructor with a decade of teaching experience. She loves sharing the gift of movement and invites clients to have fun while making time to strengthen the body, mind, and soul.
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