Episode 5 | Jennifer Kruidbos

Episode 5 | Jennifer Kruidbos

Hailed as a “yoga success story” by notable.ca, Jennifer Kruidbos is a writer, yoga teacher and sensitive soul who is passionate about using creative expression and movement to process life experiences. Her vocation was borne partly from watching her father, a social worker and songwriter, use a combination of therapy and music to rehabilitate heroine addicts. Today, she speaks and leads workshops and trainings in Canada as well as Central and South America on yoga for grief, yoga for disordered eating, workplace health, and entrepreneurship as “pro-activism”. She mentors a group of over 100 women monthly on how to improve their physical, emotional and financial health using dooTERRA essential oils. When she is not teaching, reading, writing, playing music or practising, she is biking around Montreal 12 months a year and practicing the art of radically chilling.  

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About the Podcast

Every month, I interview someone about their creative work and process. The podcast is available on Stitcher and iTunes.

Thank-you to Emily Campbell for teaching me some basic sound recording and interviewing skills, and to Athena Holmes for composing and recording the music you hear before and after each episode.

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