The Bright Life Podcast

Sacred Self-Care with Jenny White

April 05, 2021 Season 1 Episode 10
The Bright Life Podcast
Sacred Self-Care with Jenny White
Show Notes

To put it simply, Jenny White wears a lot of hats. She is a DJ, yoga teacher, designer, crystal dealer, and mama, to name just a few of them! In this conversation, Samantha and Jenny sit down to chat all things self-love and self-care.

What does self-care look like for you? Are you aligned with your core values? Are you playing and experiencing pleasure every day? This conversation pulls apart the importance of self-care as a proactive practice, instead of what we resort to as a result of burnout. They talk about the practice of deep internal listening as a precursor to coming home to ourselves and as a way to ground into our authenticity.

The inner work we do informs our external world. Take a moment to reflect on the ways your internal awareness affects the way you engage with self-care.

Jenny is based in Denver Colorado, she runs MoonRise Self Care and Crystal Boutique - she's also a Savvi rep (scroll down for some discount codes)! She ethically sources crystals from around the globe for the MoonRise Crystal Boutique, and educating her community about how to incorporate them into their lives by setting intentions with them. She teaches women to RISE into themselves by turning to self care, and to style a life of their own design.

To get in touch with Jenny, send her an email at To follow her work, you can -

visit her Moonrise Self Care website here (and, psst, use code MOONRISE for 10% off your first MoonRise Crystal Boutique Order),
her DJ site here,
the Savvi clothing site here (Use code SHARE25 for $25 off your first Savvi purchase),
follow Moonrise Self Care on Instagram,
follow Jenny on Instagram,
like Moonrise Self Care on Facebook,
and like Jenny her on Facebook.

Learn more about Samantha and The Bright Life here.

Samantha Lawrence (Host, creator.) Jenny White (Guest.) Graphic design and production by For The Love Media, LLC. This episode was edited by Alex Lee-Ammons.