Orange County Regional Coordinator
Jennifer Thoma lives with her husband and three children at Lettuce Bee Farm in Walden, Vermont. She has been and continues to be healed, awakened and inspired by her Reiki practice which began in 2008. She is trained in Usui Reiki Ryoho (Master Teacher level) and in Jikiden Reiki (Okuden level). She was blessed to originally learn Reiki in a true mentor style relationship with her wise woman teacher, Ifetayo White, in their homes and out in nature here in Vermont. Jikiden Reiki took place in Connecticut in a seminar with many participants learning an authentic Japanese style of Reiki, led by inspirational author and teacher Frank Arjava Petter.
Jennifer practices Reiki with clients in their homes and in her healing space at the farm, helping each access their own innate healing capacity held within the body, mind, emotional body and soul. She understands Reiki to be a powerful tool in preventative care, as well as in healing disease once it has manifested physically. She believes that regular practice of Reiki helps people reach their highest potential by living in their authentic state of being. Thus, they are able to discover and offer their unique gifts to the world.
As part of her healing practice, Jennifer also offers Astrological readings, continuing in the tradition of her cherished and gifted teacher, Atmo of Sacred Grove Astrology in Woodbury, Vermont. Jennifer also has created a collection of homemade flower essences and she offers consultations and custom blends to aid in her clients' healing paths. Lettuce Bee Farm is a sacred healing land and shared walks and meditations in the woods and fields complement her unique healing practice, renewing clients' deep centering within themselves through their connection with the heart of Nature.
Jennifer is pleased to serve her community in Caledonia County as Regional Coordinator for the Vermont Reiki Association. Please feel free to contact her with questions or ideas of how we can bring the blessing and light of Reiki into more hearts and homes of our fellow Vermonters.