Trauma-Informed Yoga

Relationships Coaching

Wedding Ceremonies

About Letting Love In & Jess

Letting Love In

Creating space for connections where individuals, relationships, and communities can experience deeper levels of joy, peace, and love.

Our philosophy is to cultivate opportunities for people to let love in at each level of their lives. Letting love in within the individual, in relationships, in the community, and society

How can you let love into your life?

  • As an Individual
    • Trauma-Informed Yoga
    • Empowerment and Resiliency Workshops
    • Healthy Communication Workshops
  • For Relationships
    • Resilient Relationship Couples Coaching
    • The Letting Love In Path
    • Workshops
    • Private Couples Yoga
    • Wedding Ceremony Officiant
  • In the Community/Society
    • Community Yoga
    • Yoga in the Workplace
    • Empowerment and Resiliency Workshops
    • Healthy Communication Workshops
    • Community Events/Conferences
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Monday Closed

Tuesday – Friday 9AM–7PM

Saturday 9AM–5PM

Sunday 9AM–6PM

Meet Jess

Hi everyone! I’m Jess, creator of Letting Love In. I am passionate, empathetic, and driven. Working in social justice for over a decade has inspired me to start this business. After receiving my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Education from the University of California, Irvine, I worked in the Prevention Department at Peace Over Violence (POV), a rape crisis and domestic violence center. Following my time with POV, I worked at Shasta College overseeing the Shasta CARES (Campus Advocacy, Resources, and Education for Safety) Program. Within my previous roles at Shasta College and Peace Over Violence, I have had the opportunity to facilitate workshops and trainings on the following topics: Community Resiliency Model ®, with a goal to “help to create “trauma-informed” and “resiliency-focused” communities that share a common understanding of the impact of trauma and chronic stress on the nervous system and how resiliency can be restored or increased using this skills-based approach.”, Dynamics of Sexual and Domestic Violence, Transforming Rape Culture, and Being an Active Agent of Change.

I am now a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher. I received my certification from Empowered Yoga Teacher Training™. I have also been trained through Transcending Sexual Trauma through Yoga and Ma Yoga (Prenatal Yoga). Further, I have been trained by Dr. Brenda Ingram Ed.D., LCSW on the Neurobiology of Trauma, Trauma-Informed Care, and Trauma-Informed Classroom Management. I have been trained on the Community Resiliency Model ® through the Trauma Resource Institute. I have taken a course with Stephen Porges as well on Polyvagal Theory and integrating neural exercises for safety and connection. These experiences and trainings benefit my work as I teach yoga through a trauma-informed and justice-centered lens, recognizing that people may show up on the mat for different reasons, experiences, and/or traumas that the 8-limbed path of yoga can help to regulate and heal. I am a Master Level Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner, providing clients with the tools to elevate their minds and rewire their subconscious to be in more alignment with their higher self.  These experiences along with my degree and trainings allow me to facilitate workshops for couples and the community as well as providing insight as a Resilient Relationship Coach guiding couples on The Letting Love In Path. My passion for working with couples and celebrating love contributes to my ability to curate custom ceremonies for partners on their wedding day as a Wedding Officiant. I look forward to meeting you through one of my programs and services!