Jennifer Cormier (LMT OR #16470, CT # 6951) is an artist and Bhakti Yogi, a yogi of the heart. She was born and raised in New Britain, Connecticut and spent her growing up years in love with dance and all things performance and visual art. She went away to the College of Charleston and there, she took her first yoga class in the college gym in 1997. This class catapulted her onto the path of self-inquiry and healing where she’s been wide-eyed ever since.
“Jenn brings the gentle, graceful joy of her focused spiritual practice to her skilled hands-on therapy. I always feel so cared for when receiving from her, and experience a great sense relief from muscle tensions and emotional discomforts afterwards.” – Karin Kiteley, Licensed Massage Therapist
Jenn has been teaching Pilates since 2001 and yoga since 2005. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist specializing in Thai and Cherokee bodywork, as well as the transformational practice of Harmonyum Healing.
Her teachers include Lewis Mehl-Madrona, M.D., Ph.D., Dr. Joseph Michael Levry, Sri Swami Sivananda, Satguru Shri Mahayogi Paramahansa, Ouyporn Khuanhaew, Master Ajan Pichet, Jonas Westring, Sara Avant Stover, Joe Pilates, Karen Sanzo, Mary Bowen, Michelle Van Parys, Godfrey Say, The 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, The Divine Mother, her parents, the ancestors, her students, George the cat , Daisy the dog, the Earth, and the true teacher that sits in her own heart. Jenn is so grateful to be able to offer a collaborative space to the community where wisdom is shared and healing happens.