In a world full of hurry, it is easy to feel depleted or dehydrated. WELLwomen, like a WELL, is a resource for women of all ages where women can go to find replenishment, friendship, and resources to travel through this world as their best, most empowered selves.
WELL began in 2016 when Founder Sheena Jeffers noticed the human inclination to feel alone. She invited her girlfriends over for wine and cheese and talk. Twenty-five women showed up with ready and willing hearts to discuss vulnerability and personal values.
Now, through in-person and online workshops and one-on-one or group coaching, WELLwomen helps women design their personal and professional lives. Workshops provide opportunities for women to learn, grow and connect with likeminded hearts. Coaching is about having a neutral third party guide you through life transitions. Putting workshops and coaching together helps guide you toward an abundant, balanced, thriving life.
From 25 women sitting in Sheena’s den to a powerful network of talented women of all ages and backgrounds seeking to integrate wellness into their lives, WELLwomen connects you with other women of different talents and skillsets who are ready to work with you on whatever life project you’re currently undertaking.
At the core of WELLwomen is education and the desire to ignite women of all ages and backgrounds to live a life that feels healthy and happy for them.
Sheena is the Founder and Chief Experience Officer of WELLwomen. As a Certified Wellness Life Coach, Sheena works with women of all ages, backgrounds and experiences to explore life and mindset clarity, balance and re-design. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Sheena has her BA (English) and BS (Mass Communications) from Virginia Commonwealth University, and her MSEd from Old Dominion University. She is a certified yoga instructor and brings together physical movement, meditation, and wellness exercises to help women design lives that feel happy, healthy and thriving for them. Follow Sheena’s adventures on Instagram at @sheenajeffers.