Susan Jai Jot Wichmann
For Susan, a healing path and balanced body, mind, spirit focus has been a lifelong passion. Her interest in healing emerged through her innate curiosity of her own body, mind and soul and her unique healing journey. Naturally her curiosity evolved outward and she wanted to offer her knowledge and experience in healing to others.
Susan is deeply rooted in her Massage Therapy background with more than 30 years of licensed practice and expertise. From this strong foundation and understanding of the physical body she continues to build new skills and services offering clients a myriad of healing modalities to choose from including Reflexology, Chi Nei Tsang, Thai Massage, Reiki Healing, Sound Healing, Gua Sha, FasciaBlasting ®, The Science of Stretching ®, as well as deeply relaxing and therapeutic massage.
When Susan discovered Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and began to practice regularly, she began to experience healing and clarity at an entirely new level. She discovered an understanding of her genuine truth and purpose. Once again, she was inspired to share this practice with others and enrolled in teacher training to become a Kundalini Yoga teacher. There she was given the spiritual name Jai Jot -- the Lioness with the victory of God’s light, which inspired the name of her business. Susan regularly teaches Kundalini yoga, both locally in Fairfield County and via Zoom.
Throughout this body-mind-spirit journey, her practices and studies stimulated her creativity and lead Susan to intentional jewelry making -- starting with mantra malas and expanding into unique and inspiring necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Most recently she has created a comfort-centered line of cotton clothing that is perfect for Kundalini practice and body-mind-spirit-based lifestyles.
Susan is always learning and listening, collecting an array of knowledge and experience to further heal and nurture herself and her clients. She’s thrilled to say that her offerings have become a culmination of everything she loves to do. She is endlessly grateful to be able to do this work that feeds her soul daily.