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Jessica Sharp, TJT, RMT

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Work Life Balance

Difficult Decisions

Welp.Here we are.It's with a very heavy heart that I have decided to conduct my work 100% remotely until May of 2021. This means that all in-person classes are also cancelled.This isn't a sign-off -- I'm still working! My available... Continue Reading →

Finding Footing in a Virtual Economy

TL;DR: Irony and fears about money. I'm trying to put myself on a schedule of only doing 1-2 work "things" per day. Like all small business owners right now I do have moments where I freak out about money, and... Continue Reading →

Is Reiki Sex Work?, Part 2

In my earlier post, "Is Reiki Sex Work?", I cheekily outlined best behavior Do's and Don'ts for potential clients on how to speak appropriately to both Reiki healers and sex workers (hint: treat them both respectfully.) However, I don't want... Continue Reading →

Is Reiki Sex Work?

Honey, have a seat. Have several seats, actually. No, Reiki is not sex work, but recently my colleagues and I have all been getting a spate of requests from what I'll politely refer to as, "gentlemen callers." They are not... Continue Reading →

“I wanted to cry. Is this normal?”

In our culture we very rarely *allow* ourselves to take complete, unadulterated joy in someone else's joy.

3 Questions To Ask When Choosing a Reiki Healer

Maybe you've found yourself looking for a Reiki healer, but you're not sure who will be the right fit -- that's totally normal!  Feeling comfortable with someone is good start, but here are some more tips and tricks for making... Continue Reading →

Important Changes Coming in Mid-July

Changing my work hours to incorporate work-life balance.

In the Past 3 Days…

Stories of how my Reiki clients are thriving!

In Which I Get It So Wrong. Like, So, So Wrong.

You know that feeling when your ass gets CALLED OUT and then you feel like you have to question everything?  And then the embarrassment creeps in, like "how could I have gotten it so wrong?"

Oh, honey.  Pull up a chair.

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