Refined By Fire; The Five Keys To B.L.I.S.S. After Tragic Loss
Join us for a special 90 minute workshop with Jennifer Bichanich!

Jennifer is no stranger to grief. After the utter devastation of losing her beloved husband to a church fire, Jennifer slowly found ways to rebuild her life. Her personal healing journey led her to identify five keys that can help reconnect us with our intrinsic sense of joy and purpose. With these keys Jennifer was able to reduce her anxiety, enhance her sense of inner peace and self love, and facilitate the release of inner blocks to receive more from life's abundance. From the literal and metaphorical ashes of the fire she forged a renewed sense of purpose and a deep desire to help others heal. Now, she transforms the lives of people globally who have experienced dramatic loss. This workshop is one expression of her generous aspiration to share her life learnings with others.

The Workshop Flow will include a window into Jennifer's lifestory and an introduction to the five keys, followed by an in-depth and interactive exploration of two of them. Before the close of the circle there will also be time for participant reflections and Q&A.

More about Jennifer:
Jennifer Bichanich is a published writer, award-winning speaker, transformational workshop facilitator, healer and life coach. Her passion for serving and connecting with others is a throughline in her life, beginning with her first job serving ice cream as a car-hop at a drive-in, followed by decades as a corporate trainer and leader of leaders, to now stepping into her biggest role as a healer of healers. She is the founder of The Light Academy. As a “Tour Guide of the Heart”, Jennifer facilitates deep-level healing through storytelling, art, dreams, and intuition. Through The Five Keys To B.L.I.S.S. Program, Jennifer walks experts and entrepreneurs through her B.L.I.S.S. process so that they too can transform their sorrow into sunshine, their fear into faith, and their grief into greatness. Recently, Jennifer received the “MWC Advocacy Award” for her volunteer role as a window advocate for the non-profit organization Modern Widows Club. When Jennifer is not coaching her clients, you can find her in her garden, hiking with her dog, traveling, or in her writer’s studio where she is currently working on her memoir, “Road To Asheville.”.

We look forward to the possibility of having you with us!