Do you struggle with post-concussion symptoms? Foggy-brain, dizziness, headaches, overwhelm?
You’re not alone.

Hi! I’m Jessie. I’m a concussion survivor, a meditation practitioner & an educator. While no two concussions are alike, most concussion and trauma survivors tend to be easily overwhelmed. Learn ​how I modify mindfulness practices ​to help you stay out of overwhelm and cultivate calm clarity.

core elements

Learn the key concepts in the mindful concussion care approach so you can begin to integrate them immediately.

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I offer a range of courses and workshops to help you incorporate mindful concussion strategies into your life.

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I love helping people cultivate calm clarity. See what people are saying about my approach and teaching style.

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Hi, I’m Jessie.

Like you, I too am a concussion survivor. Or in medical terms, I too have a traumatic brain injury (TBI). I am not talking about the majority whose symptoms are resolved within weeks. I’m talking about the minority of us whose symptoms persist for months and years. It so sucks, right? ​No one seems to understand!

But I do. I do understand.

I am here to tell you that as hard as it is, there are so many strategies we can learn to cultivate calm clarity. I am here to humbly offer you the hard-earned lessons I have learned along the way.

Support from the experts

Rick Hanson, world-renowned neuropsychologist and meditation teacher:

“You’re a deep person, Jessie, and I’m really happy you are blossoming into a teaching role yourself.”

David Treleaven, educator, psychotherapist and author of Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness:

“Thank you so much for your continued work! It’s inspiring and makes this all worthwhile…..I passed your link along to a colleague who has a concussion and he was so blown away by all you offer. Thank you again for your generosity around your work and experience.”

Danielle Boyde, Functional Neurologist, The Balanced Collective

This is brilliant – thank you so much for sharing. I love your website and the trauma-informed nature of this amazing work. I will absolutely provide it as a resource to those who can benefit.”

Katryna Koenig, former Executive Director of the Watson Centre Society for Brain Health and Board member of the BC Brain Injury Association:

“I am SO impressed to see your fantastic program and website. I’m so inspired to see your work and passion to provide this practice.”

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