Jessica Van Valkenburgh Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga | Body Confidence Coach
My Focus

My focus is helping women-in all chapters of life- to know and love their bodies through acceptance, self-compassion, dance and yoga. I believe developing the connection between the mind and body, through movement, is the most powerful channel of transformation and overall wellness in pregnancy and beyond.

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About Jessica

Jessica is a strong mug of coffee, in a cup covered in rhinestones.

From a very young age, Jessica Van Valkenburgh has felt a strong calling to champion
for women of all sizes, to transform the way they feel about their bodies and
themselves. After recently giving birth to her beautiful daughter Evie, Jessica found a
desire to work with women in this special and powerful stage of life and beyond.

Jessica is a Body Confidence, Beauty and Movement Coach and the founder of Brazenly
Beautiful LLC. A former professional dancer, she loves to incorporate elements of
somatic healing through dance and yoga in her classes, coaching and workshops.

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Additionally, Jessica holds her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance as well as a Michigan
License in Cosmetology and is certified in Body Confidence and Prenatal Yoga Instruction,
and TV and Film Makeup Artistry.

Brazenly Beautiful aims to advocate for women-in all chapters of life-to feel
comfortable in their own skin. Through acceptance, self-compassion, dance and yoga,
Jessica offers a variety of movement-based coaching, classes, beauty services and photo
opportunities which support the tremendous need for everyone to truly know and love
their bodies.

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Yoga for Body Confidence, Prenatal Yoga, Mommie and Baby Yoga, and Burlesque Dance in Westland, Farmington Hills, and Ferndale, Michigan. Virtual options available.

Where did everyone go?

You need more help after birth than before. When you’re pregnant, people open doors, carry things, and smile at how much you glow. Once baby comes, where do all those people go? You’re on your own now, expected to know everything, and take care of your baby like every other mom. As if doing it all yourself is some bullsh*t right of passage. We all love baby, but let’s not forget about mom.

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