Meet Jordan Williams, the owner of Homebody Hands massage in Missouri
Jordan is a massage therapist, yoga teacher and reiki practitioner. At Homebody Hands, Jordan thoughtfully weaves together all of her practices to help others create a home within their body. We had the pleasure of getting to know a little more about Jordan and her practice – Learn more below!
What inspired you to create Homebody Hands?
“I want to help people feel at home in their own body, whether they’re recovering from trauma or just feel a disconnection with themselves. We all have a body, but the stressful non-stop world often forces us to spend more time in our head, over analyzing our emotions and experiences rather than being curious about how they’re physically manifesting. I wanted to create a space for people to slow down and foster that connection with self. Our issues live in our tissues, so I love being able to help people find stress relief through touch.”
What do you want to tell any female entrepreneurs in the industry?
“Always keep going. Heck, I need to tell myself that often! I feel like it’s easy for women entrepreneurs in any industry to feel defeated when things don’t go as expected, because it already feels like there’s so much working against you just by being a woman who wants to do her own thing. Keep jumping over every hurdle on your track.”
How has cannabis shaped your process as an entrepreneur?
“For someone whose work is helping others relax, I can be pretty high strung when it comes to my business. Cannabis helps me relax, take a step back and look at the bigger picture. It helps me reframe the moment, and remember that nothing is perfect so I don’t have to be either.”
If you could tell your younger self a piece of advice what would it be?
“Don’t ever let anyone outside of YOU dictate YOUR feelings, dreams, desires, anything. Also, never let another person take your peace from you.”
What lasting impact do you aspire to create for not only women but young bakers?
“That it’s ok to stray from the path of what’s considered typical or normal. There’s space for everyone to win, so you may just have to wander off the path to find your space.”
Visit https://www.homebodyhands.com/ to schedule an appointment and learn more.
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