A word from the founder of
Beautiful Feet Wellness, Jenny Footle:
“You would think getting over a drug addiction or exiting the sex trade would be the hardest part, but honestly, reintegrating back into society is scary and complex. I work with people who are currently in or have completed holistic healing programs reenter “normal” life. Everything from how to answer questions, engage in healthy social activities, and how to feel comfortable in their own skin when it feels like no one understands or can relate to you.
I also help individuals gain confidence and physical health through exercise. When your life/value revolves around what your body looks like and what you can do with it, reorienting your brain and body is key in the healing & empowerment process.
Freedom doesn’t come with a completion certificate. Instead, freedom is a journey that starts out as hard and scary, but can become life giving as you discover the depths of how you’ve been set free. The heart behind Beautiful Feet Wellness is encouraging people to move from surviving to thriving by discovering healing through fitness, self-care and appreciation, spiritual growth, and wellness practices.”
An introduction to Beautiful Feet Wellness
Founder & Fitness Instructor
Jenny Footle received a Bachelor's of Arts degree in International Relations with a focus on human rights and a minor in Dance in 2013, from Knox College, and holds certifications in Group Fitness, Zumba, yoga, wellness coaching, and personal training. She has been teaching various kinds of dance and fitness since 2008, and has been working with survivors of exploitation and the organizations that support them for over a decade, including 7 years in Denver.
Maggie is a Colorado Native. Yoga has been a powerful part of her journey to a quiet mind and love for herself. Her yoga practice has helped her build a connection to her body and spirit, releasing anxiety and depression, among other things that weigh us down and hold us back from life. She has experience working in a mental health treatment center with girls looking for healing from the sex trade. She also has a passion and experience with serving the recovery community. Maggie holds a degree in Psychology from Metropolitan State University, a trauma informed yoga certification, and her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training certification. She has a passion for sharing the beautiful gift of yoga and helping others feel safe in their bodies.
Jenny helped form Breaking Chains with Love, an activist group, to help bring awareness to the issue of human trafficking and lobby for policy change in favor of victims. They were able to help pass an Illinois law that gave international HT victims refugee status and benefits.
From there, Jenny moved to Texas where the fitness and dance instructor side of her career really took off. Within months she was bringing dance and wellness to everyone from seniors to at risk youth.
Jenny moved to Denver and began working directly with organizations combatting human trafficking, people exiting the sex trade, and survivors along the front range.
Jenny had been volunteering her time to bring fitness and wellness to human trafficking survivors and those exiting the sex trade in the Denver area for 4 years. In 2018 she had to start turning down requests as she was still working full time to help support her family.
Jenny formed Beautiful Feet Wellness to better serve these populations she has a heart for, utilizing her expertise in fitness, wellness coaching, and spiritual growth.
Beautiful Feet Wellness officially launched to the public with our "A New Awareness: a dance performance non-profit launch event."
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