Jessica Ly is a certified life coach through Behavioral Health and Leadership Dynamics, LLC and graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.S. in Exercise Science. She has studied various meditation and breathing techniques including the teachings of Taoist Master Mantak Chia, Mindfulness Meditation, Spiritual Principles and Meditation at the Agape Spiritual Center, and Transcendental Meditation. Jessica has taken her own personal journey to meditate with Buddhist monks in the Himalayas and continues to attend silent meditation retreats to strengthen her own connection.
Currently, she teaches at Grandma’s House of Hope, a non-profit organization, and holds classes at the Common Ground Spiritual & Wellness Center. She also leads classes for the Wounded Warrior Battalion West as part of the Mind-Body Program, and holds a class for Semper Fit Marine Corps, both at Camp Pendleton. She leads classes for Yellow Ribbon Events which includes diverse military divisions and their families. She has also taught for the Jewish Community Center in Orange County and a local LGBT group.
Jessica is also a trained doula and works to educate mothers on stress awareness and reduction. Additionally, she provides one-on-one Meditative Breathing services for expectant mothers.
She is the bestselling author of The ABCs of Authentic Me: A Collection of Simple Truths to Change Your Life and has been a guest speaker for various local events. She also blogs for the Huffington Post and for Transcendental Meditation sites for women.
Jessica’s greatest blessing is to consciously and continuously choose to practice the qualities that she teaches. She learned that by going direct with life, life becomes simple and beautiful. Her deep love is to increasingly expand a sense of flow and grace with others. She believes it is not so much about gaining knowledge, but living it moment to moment that leads to infinite peace and joy—and the empowerment of leadership and great change.