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Join me as I talk to the powerhouse that is Jen le Marinel about the role of nature in reconnecting to yourself and how reconnecting to our inner wild woman can help us thrive in all areas of our life.
Wild soul, adventurer, coach, trainer and wild guide Jen Le Marinel is on a mission to playfully push the boundaries of what’s possible in life, and to inspire and encourage other women to do the same. After leaving her high-flying and promising career in corporate financial services five years ago, Jen embarked on a series of life-changing adventures. From walking solo from Land’s End to John O’Groats, to living off grid in a yurt in the woods, to spending time with the San bushmen in the Kalahari Desert, Jen is a passionate believer in the power of nature to heal, inspire and bring forth courage. Though her business Wildfire Walks, Jen works with women business leaders who are so busy being good at what they DO, that they’ve forgotten who they ARE. Through a combination of coaching and taking these women out on retreats out in the wild, Jen helps her clients reconnect to who they really are, get clarity about what they really want, and (re)discover the courage to go out there and do it.
Affectionately dubbed “the wild woman of the woods”, when not with her clients Jen can frequently be found out and about on some new wild adventure; camped out in the woods, foraging for wild food, hiking the moors, swimming in wild water or simply hanging out in a hammock or around the fire!
Find out more about the life affirming programs she offers on her website: www.wildfirewalks.com
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