I'm so glad you're here

I’m a guide, facilitator, space holder, and practitioner. I support women to align who they are and live as the most expressed version of themselves.

For me, the journey has been a path of remembering who I am.


I'm a naturally watery, emotionally driven, creative mystic who, up until several years ago, had lost sight of her truth in this fast paced, goal driven culture. From a young age– because of trauma and my need to "survive"– I closed up, people pleased, and abandoned who I was to protect myself and stay safe.

I had to unlearn who I'd become.

the journey home

I spent many years out of alignment. I followed toxic cultural expectations, suppressed my truth, and stayed in situations that made me sick. Eventually I burnt out and let it all fall down. Slowly over time I rebuilt my life and my identity, and learned to listen to my body and soul. I found my Self and learned to live from a place of alignment, peace and integrity.

I help women live more liberated.

my training

I'm trained in Somatic Experiencing™ (a body oriented trauma therapy), yoga, tantra, and energy healing. I've worked for a decade as a guide, teacher, facilitator and space holder. The work I do often bridges the physical (neuroscience) with the mystical (energetic). I draw from my professional trainings my own powerful life experiences and to offer safe, compassionate and transformative spaces for women to heal their own trauma and remember their way back to their heart, body, and soul.

Our soul contracts when we don't live from our deepest truth.

how to work with me

I offer 1:1 Somatic Experiencing® sessions (trauma/nervous system healing), bespoke 1:1 mentorship packages, group programs, and in-person retreats to support you on your path.

If you are feeling drawn to

work together

Get in touch to book a free 30 minute clarity call!

Read a few pages from my journal


why i went on a no man diet

from my journal why i went on a no-man-diet Jillian Arsenault – December 2nd, 2022 Nine months ago I left my relationship. If you’ve been through a big breakup before, you know exactly how painful that process is. Regardless of …

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Burn it down

from my journal burn it down Jillian Arsenault – November 25th, 2022 What happens when we don’t listen to our inner voice? A year ago, I was standing in a field staring at the stars and talking to the trees. …

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A Poem on rebirthing

Poetry rebirth Jillian Arsenault – November 18th, 2022 Let yourself sink Down, down, down Into the cool, wet soil linger for a while, meeting for the first time the rhythm of your own breath Wrap yourself in roots, Cover yourself …

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A Poem on phoenix rising

Poetry phoenix rising Jillian Arsenault – November 14th, 2022 It rises like wildfire Uncontrolled Recalling the smothered, drowned ashes You’d buried me in -Phoenix Sign up to Hear about when new words are shared

Turning Your Back on your Truth

reminder turning your back on your truth Jillian Arsenault – November 8th, 2022 Turning your back on your truth Even for a moment Is too high a price to pay For the temporary comfort of fitting in. These words came …

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Reminder: A Relationship Ending is a Big Deal

reminder A relationship ending is a big deal Jillian Arsenault – November 7th, 2022 A relationship ending is a big deal. It’s a disruption. A transition. It takes time to learn how to be in the world differently. It holds …

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Reminder: Your Sensitivity is a Strength

reminder Sensitivity is strength Jillian Arsenault – November 6th, 2022 People with a lot of sensitivity can be easier to take advantage of. With the right person, your sensitivity and vulnerability will be inspiring. It will appreciated and adored as …

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A Poem on Toxic Relationships

Poetry under the weight Jillian Arsenault – November 5th, 2022 It felt like the ceiling was caving in I sat crouched in the basement No room to stand Breathing dust and mildew, arms stretched up, fingers holding the floor from …

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A Poem on Falling Apart

Poetry I let myself fall Jillian Arsenault – November 4th, 2022 I let myself fall I put down the weight of my dreams I closed the curtains, hid under blankets While I taught myself about boundaries I said no to …

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permission to move slowly

Journal permission to move slowly Jillian Arsenault – April 26, 2022 It’s spring, officially. Today in my little corner of the northern hemisphere it was sunny and hot for the first time in well over 6 months. I’ve felt the …

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