We’ve got a little bit of ‘body’ and ‘badass’ coming at you this episode with a very dear friend of mine, Jen Oliver. I’ve known Jen for over 25 years and I now have the pleasure of working with her on a nearly daily basis as she is the Director of Coaching under the Entrepology umbrella!
And, in addition to working with us as part of our team, Jen also has her own amazing gig going on! She is the host of the FitMama Podcast as well as the curator and leader of the FitMama movement. And while Jen started her career talking about fitness and core health, she’s now transitioning into some new elements through her work — namely, bringing self-pleasure, self-worth, and embracing the elements of who we are as women into the conversation.
This was such a fun and enlightening conversation. We really dove deep into some incredibly important topics. Jen spoke about the work she is doing with her clients in transforming the core of motherhood, how we can get started on our own journeys of accepting our bodies as they are, how we can become more empowered and confident as women and mothers, how to begin exploring these ideas of sensuality and sexuality, and much, much more.
I’m sure, when you listen to this episode, that you are going to be challenged, uplifted, entertained, deeply curious, and most of all, inspired.
[1:55] About today’s episode with Jen Oliver!
[3:24] Welcoming Jen back to the podcast!
[4:05] Jen takes listeners through her personal and professional transformations that she has been through in the last 18 months.
[7:50] What FitMama is all about and how it is currently evolving in terms of her coaching and educating.
[14:05] How motherhood can lead us down a profound path of finding our confidence, self-acceptance, and loving our body and the life that we have.
 How our sensuality and sexuality play a role in our confidence, self-acceptance, and connecting to the core of who we are.
[24:45] Jen shares how we can begin to access confidence and self-acceptance as women through our sensuality and sexuality.
[31:21] How did Jen first explore these ideas around sensuality and sexuality? How does she help her clients begin to explore this in a way that feels emotionally safe?
[37:29] Jen highlights the profound shift we can experience in our sexuality when we open up the conversation and connect with our partner/s.
[44:13] Jen’s key performance indicators!
[48:07] Where to learn more about what Jen is up to and access her special offer for Entrepology listeners!
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More About Jen Oliver
Jen Oliver is the author of the international bestselling book, The Love FitMama Way: Transforming the Core of Motherhood, as well as the creator and host of the FitMama Podcast. As a Sex and Intimacy Coach, podcaster, and speaker, Jen inspires, educates, and motivates moms around the globe to begin all things with self-love. Through awareness of safe core fitness, self-care, and sensual self-love, she draws on science and the mind-body data to support moms to embrace, nurture, and enjoy their motherhood journey. What she is most passionate about is spreading the message that if you love the body and life you have, you will have the body and life you love. Jen shares this message beautifully in her recent TEDx talk, “How to Love Yourself to the Core”.
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Whether you’re single or have a partner (or partners), you can get started on the journey of bringing in more sensuality, sexuality, self-love, and self-acceptance into your life. This week, we’re challenging you to do some self-exploration and to let us know what your biggest takeaways were from today’s podcast! What did you learn? What are you going to try out? How did it turn out for you? Follow-up on The Entrepology Collective and let us know!
“We can succumb to diet culture … and all of the pressures we feel when we scroll social media … but really what I find to be such an essential takeaway … is choosing … a more empowering route … of loving the body and the life that you have.” — Jen Oliver
“In terms of connecting this piece of self-love and bringing it to the deeper place of sensual and sexual self-love is really about acceptance. It starts with acceptance of … ‘This is where I am; this is where my body’s at.’” — Jen Oliver
“We are reluctant often to truly look within, at the power we have in our own body, that starts with truly loving and accepting ourselves.” — Jen Oliver
“I think there is a huge opportunity out there right now with sexual education … to educate ourselves on our sexuality … and our bodies.” — Jen Oliver