Clients Who Inspire Us_Jennica Joyce Arrklev, Chief Joyologist

Clients Who Inspire Us: Jennica Joyce Arrklev, Chief Joyologist  

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By Jen Corley

Clients Who Inspire Us: Jennica Joyce Arrklev, Chief Joyologist  

Expectant Mamas Find Community While Sheltering In Place

About Jennica

Job Title: Chief Joyologist
Location: Joshua Tree, California, USA

Jennica Joyce Arrklev

Jennica Joyce Arrklev is a mother, yogini, and kin keeper. She lives in Joshua Tree, California with her husband and two boys, aged one and three years old, making a living doing what she loves.

Given her affinity for bringing people together, she holds space for pregnant women, fellow yoginis, and birth workers who all look to work together to empower and support expectant moms as a community. Her vision is that all women feel calm, capable, and connected in their unique motherhood experience so it comes more naturally for our next generation.

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How Has COVID-19 Impacted Your Business?

My online prenatal yoga offerings more quickly became a reality thanks to COVID-19. Prior to COVID-19, I was focused on filling my prenatal yoga teacher training retreats and classes where I live in Joshua Tree, California. Today, I am teaching students in several time zones and training yoga teachers all over the world via Zoom.

In What Ways Has This Changed Your Perspective?

This outbreak is one of the best things that could happen for our world. It allows many of us to slow down a little, reflect, and grow closer if we so choose. For my life and business, it has been a time of unprecedented growth and opportunity. Making yoga more accessible for pregnant women, both cost-wise and regardless of location, is now truly possible given the current environment,”

What’s Your Current Business Outlook?

By serving a wider geographic area virtually, I was able to get more specific with my pregnant population and focus on what I do best: helping pregnant women relieve pain, have fun, relax, and keep active.

I used to spend hours thinking about how I could get pregnant women who live near me in Joshua Tree to come to a yoga class, and then even more time thinking about how I could fill my prenatal yoga teacher retreat.

I now think about how I can engage pregnant yoginis from around the world, many of whom are also aspiring prenatal yoga teachers, to join my growing online community.

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Jen Corley

Article by Jen Corley

Jen Corley (CYT-500) heads the wellness travel division here at WeTravel. When she’s not traveling or practicing yoga, she enjoys cooking with her family and exploring her hometown of Oakland with her French bulldog, Taco.


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