Bodhi Deva Ma ( Jennifer Holley, MA, LCMHCA)
Bodhi has a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies, specializing in Eastern Religions
a Master's degree in Community and Mental Health Counseling, and has passed the National Counselors Exam.
Her professional focus has been on stress management & healing emotional issues through developing mindfulness & working with the subtle energy body.
A certified meditation instructor since 2007,
she is also a 200 hr Certified Yoga Instructor trained in Mystical Yoga, which integrates traditional yoga and advanced shamanic practices from South & Central America.
She has over twenty years of experience with Tibetan & Southeast Asian Buddhist practices, Vedic yogic practices and has been trained in traditional shamanic practices
in North America, at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
and in the Sacred Valley in Peru.
Bodhi is trained in several modalities of Energy Psychology including:
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprogramming (EMDR)
Reiki Master/Teacher since 2003
Kolaimni Level 1
Eden Energy Techniques
Emotional Freedom Technique
Tappas Acupressure Technique
"I have known this healer for almost 12 years...
she has hands that are blessed with healing and soothing powers.
I have taken energy healing classes from her and have been to some of her meditation teaching.
She has an immense knowledge of western ways and eastern. I am an allopathic physican with an osteopathic influence. Also, my roots are from India, so I am in tune with Ayurvedic medicine and homeopathy.
When she lived closer I would seek times when she was teaching just to be around her essence and healing powers!
I would not just recommend but I strongly say get involved with this provider. I know her personally and professional and she is really the salt of the earth!"
-Dr. Rajiv Jain - Huntington, WV
So if you're asking yourself...what does Bodhi Deva Ma mean....well, let's just say you aren't alone in your curiosity!
Bodhi (Bow-dee) means Awakened
Deva (Day-Va) means Goddess or Angel
Ma means Mother
These are the Sanskrit translations. The first word is masculine, middle is both and last is feminine, to represent the balance of masculine and feminine within my being. I was named Bodhi Deva Ma on a mountain in the Andes in Peru in 2016.
I decided to be called Bodhi when I moved to Guatemala to work as the Spiritual Space Holder at the Mystical Yoga Farm at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. I loved it so much that I kept the name when I moved back to the U.S. and started my practice here.
My family of birth still calls me Jenny and many of my friends call me Jenn or Jennifer. My last name is Holley.
You are welcome to call me whatever feels great to you!