I imagine you found yourself here because you are tired of aches, pains, stiffness, and lack of mobility. You may also be here because you have limited ability to participate in the activities that mean the most to you. You have probably tried a myriad of things to try and address the pain but nothing worked. I am here to tell you there is hope, and a sustainable way to movement freedom.

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About You

Does pain keep you from engaging in the activities you love?

Do you suspect that your pain has roots in trauma from your past?

My clients come to me to heal from the chronic pain that keeps them from engaging in activities they love and leaves them feeling exhausted. They secretly suspect that their pain has roots in early trauma. 

Let’s see if you can relate to any of the following:

1. You suffer from chronic pain. You experience constant aches, tension, and stiffness in your body that leave you exhausted by the end of the day. Perhaps you’re fed up with unexpected pain flare-ups that demand all your attention or you experience generalized weakness, tightness all over your body, or discomfort in a very specific area. Maybe your pain is triggered by repetitive movement, stress, anxiety, or another emotion. Perhaps your pain showed up out of nowhere or you have lived with it for years. Either way, you just want relief.

2. Your pain holds you back from engaging in daily routines or activities you love. Maybe you love yoga but your pain has gotten so bad that you can no longer take classes. Perhaps your weakness makes it hard to do physically demanding tasks around the house. Maybe your menstrual cramps or low back pain feel so intense that you have a hard time doing even simple things like washing the dishes or doing the laundry. You long to be able to go for a long walk, run, or a hike.

Whether you’ve had a stroke, a shoulder injury, a broken bone, or any other injury, you want to be able to do the activities you love without pain.

3. You have a hard time resting. You constantly feel the buzz of stress and anxiety. Perhaps you turn to food, alcohol, over-exercising, the television, or critical self-talk because that is the only way you know how to cope. But these strategies still leave you chronically exhausted. Or maybe you struggle to fall and stay asleep at night or have anxiety-filled nightmares. During the day, you might feel easily overwhelmed and have a hard time processing the stimulation of everyday life. 

4. You experienced childhood trauma and have never felt safe in your body. You have lived through traumatic events. Perhaps you grew up with a neglectful caretaker, were in the hospital several times as a kid, or moved around a lot during school. Whatever the trauma, you sense that the pain in your body has something to do with your early experiences.

You notice that certain emotions can set off your pain:  When you get angry, that nagging feeling in your low back shows up. When you’re stressed, the neck tension intensifies. When you feel anxious, the knot between your shoulder blades seems to get tighter.

You are ready to finally heal your pain and live a life of joy.

Imagine being able to do the activities you love without pain: taking a yoga or fitness class, going for a swim, hiking your favorite trail, dancing, playing on the floor with your child or pet. Imagine getting through your daily routines with ease: making your favorite meal, washing the dishes, doing the laundry, walking your dog, or going to the gym. 

Of course, you’ve probably already tried a myriad of modalities to heal your pain.

Perhaps you have tried physical therapy, personal training, massage therapy, talk therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, yoga, or pilates. Perhaps you have modified the activities you love or stopped them altogether.

If you’re longing for support to heal your pain, I invite you to sign up here for a complimentary clarity call. I’d love to hear from you!

Meet Jahara

Jahara Sara Seitz is a licensed occupational therapist and registered yoga educator who is committed to helping others move through the world with a greater sense of joy, safety, and authenticity.

As a life-long movement artist and embodiment coach, Jahara is devoted to forever growing in her understanding of the body-mind-spirit connection and encouraging others to unabashedly stand in their truth.

With a natural grace and intuitive approach, Jahara is a facilitator, therapist, healer, mentor, and teacher who is spiritually oriented, capable of seamlessly unifying principles of alignment with a philosophy that embodies a celebration of the heart.

Experience, Certifications, & Trainings

*E-RYT 200: Karuna Center for Yoga and Healing Arts
*15 years of teaching movement arts, yoga, and embodiment
*100 hour Anusara Yoga Immersion with Amy Reed, E-RYT 500
*Mentorship with Lorraine Aguilar, Physical Therapist + E-RYT 500
*Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy: Bay Path University
*Graduate school research: The Effects of Yoga on Veterans with PTSD
*John F Barnes Myofascial Mobilization Training
*John F Barnes Myofascial Release I Training
*John F Barnes Fascial-Pelvis Training
*Lori Zeltwanger Myofascial Connections Training
*Anatomy Trains Fascial Book Club with Kelly Clancy, OTR/L
*The Science of Rolling Training with Stacy Jackson, E-RYT
*Emotional Freedom Technique Intro Course with Emmy Vadnais, OTR/L
*The Body Keeps the Score: Trauma Healing Course with Bessel van der Kolk, MD



Jahara is an incredible practitioner… I was pleasantly surprised by how gentle and relaxing the Myofascial Release treatment was. She had to peel me off the table! If you are having chronic pain or have sports injuries, this is definitely the therapy to try, and Jahara is the one to see. I feel like I have been walking a little taller since my visit.

Bianca, L.Ac


Jahara helped ease my hip pain with Myofascial Release. Her gentle, precise guidance felt nurturing and safe. The techniques she taught me are continuing to make me feel better. Receiving this beautiful work from such an inspiring and knowledgeable soul is such a gift. I really enjoyed my session and am looking forward to more!

Lorelie, RN, RSMT/E


Jahara is a skilled and intuitive Myofascial Release practitioner who I’m so thankful to know! She came into my life at the most perfect time to help shed some light on a decade long struggle with sciatic hip pain and a shoulder injury. These issues were becoming chronic areas of need in my body for which I had sought many avenues and paths to healing, including years of chiropractor visits, Orthopedic Specialist appointments, and massage therapy. It wasn’t until I had my first Myofascial Release session with her that I realized this was the key I was searching for to unlock and ultimately release the habitual patterns of pain and inflammation in my body. Her program is based on teaching you how to carry over the Myofascial Release (MFR) techniques into your daily life using an individualized plan with easy to follow exercises. Jahara’s website is not only full of beautiful Central Coast images that reflect her love of the ocean, but also provides information on her rates with affordable packages, upcoming yoga events, and what MFR entails.

Laura Martinez Ruffing, Early Intervention Specialist

SaraE Circle

I knew I was going to get what I needed from the moment I stepped into Jahara’s office. I had been experiencing really intense hip and occasional knee pain that struck when I was getting up from the ground or out of bed. She helped put some of the pieces together as to why these pains were occurring and also helped me uncover some current emotional pieces contributing as well. I felt seen and heard without any preconceived notions or judgements. I no longer experience the pain in my joints and feel excited to go back to get adjustments to stay relaxed and in my body.

Sara E, Certified Holistic Nutritionist


Jahara’s personal journey brings depth and compassion to her many offerings. She is highly educated in the realms of the mind and body integration. I have learned a lot from her. She exudes divinity; she is a blessing to our community. Thank you Jahara for bringing the goods!!

Katie Franklin, student


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