As a Certified Natural Vision Coach, Jen enjoys creatively guiding you to improve your eyesight and achieve your highest visual potential. When it comes to our vision, there is much more than what meets the eye and Jen will coach you through whatever vision related challenges you are currently facing. Along the way, you may even experience improved insight as well as clearer vision, less strain and a deeper understanding of how and why we view ourselves, others and the world around us the way that we do.
She combines her experience as a student of the Bates Method, 5 years as an Optometric Vision Therapist for Developmental (also known as Behavioral) Optometrists, and as a certified practitioner of Integral Hatha Yoga, Yoga Energetics and Healing, IGM Therapeutic Acupressure, SILVA Life System (Meditation, Visualization an Relaxation Techniques) and Reiki.
She provides one-on-one sessions in person in the NJ-NY-CT tri-state area as well as remote sessions via skype and/or over the phone. She also hosts various workshops, including "Eye Yoga Sessions", teaches group vision improvement classes and is willing to work with you to accommodate the needs of you and your group. Jen will also host private retreats for those interested in focusing on vision improvement over a more condensed period of time.
Jen has worked with clients of all ages, varying from 6 months to 96 yrs old, regarding a myriad of visual issues, including but not limited to: myopia, hyperopia, strabismus (eye turns), amblyopia (lazy eye), traumatic brain injuries, stroke patients, eye strain, headaches, concussions, blurry vision, discomfort, visual fatigue, double vision, computer vision syndrome, reading and learning difficulties, dyslexia, binocular vision disorders (convergence insufficiency), depth perception, as well as individuals with ADD/Autism Spectrum Disorders/ Special Needs/ Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Delays.
Jen loves adventures and spending as much time outdoors as she possibly can… kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and hiking with her dog Hope.