REBEL HUMAN RESILIENCE

The Rebel Human Resilience online course has been designed to systematically train your body and mind in proven resilience-boosting practices from Kundalini Yoga, neurocoaching, Yin Yoga, Calisthenics, and Ayurveda. It features fourteen classes, writing activities, and experiential exercises to help you bounce back from stress and adversity with grit and grace.

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CLIENTS & FEATURES

Mental Toughness

Do you feel lonely, mad, anxious, sad, scared, or jealous? Do you feel a tightness in your chest? In your gut? Butterflies in your chest? Tightness in your throat? Is your jaw clenched? Do you feel trapped by bad habits?

 

Building resilience allows you the strength to sit with these emotions and understand them. Grit, high tolerance for uncertainty, and the ability to consistently choose courage over comfort are skills that can be developed through this training.

 

You will finally break free from the suffering and bad habits that hold you back. 

YOUR TEACHER

Co-Founder of Rebel Human and Wellness Advisor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, Jenny Arrington believes that obstacles aren’t in our way, they are the way. After a decades long struggle with clinical depression and an eating disorder, it was a combination of somatic therapy, asana, meditation, and Kundalini Yoga that finally gave her the ability to process past trauma, forgive, and heal. It was through these challenges and the healing that Jenny found her calling as a teacher.

Trained under Harvard neuroscientist, Dr. Srini Pillay, and certified under both the Kundalini Research Institute and the Yoga Alliance, (E-RYT® 200, YACEP®) Jenny integrates the ancient tools of yoga, meditation, and ritual with the modern science of neurocoaching to help her students unlock their inner wisdom, connect with their instincts, and overcome their limiting fears.

Jenny works with all populations and ages, including private executive coaching. She has been featured in publications including US News & World Report, Chicago Tribune, Shape, and Chicago Magazine to name a few. And her first book, The Kundalini Yoga Posture Manual: A Comprehensive Guide to Teaching and Practicing the Postures, is launching this summer.

Jenny is a master at making connections between the wisdom in ancient practices and recent findings within the fields of neuroscience and acoustical physics. Her students like to say that she teaches only those things that either have been proven through thousands of years of practice or have been peer-reviewed. She is also known for her ability to explain esoteric concepts such as the infinite, the spirit, and energy in ways that make sense in our real life and are not too “woo woo.”

When Jenny is not teaching and developing educational programming you might find her on the high-wire or the flying trapeze at a circus and performing arts school whose board she chairs because as she likes to say, “I try to do something that scares me at least once every day.”

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

14 Sessions of Personal Guidance from Jenny Arrington

YOUR INVESTMENT IN YOU

LIFETIME ACCESS

Lifetime access to 23 hours of video instruction 

Monthly livestream webinar

Access to Jenny throughout the course

One private coaching with Jenny

Access to private FB Group

Downloadable motivational materials

Rebel Human Certificate 

20% discount on other Rebel Human courses (active for one year)

6 month membership to Rebel Human TV

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30-DAY ACCESS

THIRTY day access to 23 hours of video instruction 

One livestream webinar

Access to Jenny throughout the course

One private coaching with Jenny

30 day access to private FB Group

Downloadable motivational materials

Rebel Human Certificate 

20% discount on other Rebel Human courses (active for 30 days)

30 day membership to Rebel Human TV

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"We want mental toughness through increased resilience so that we don’t fly off the handle when things don’t go our way, so that we don’t shy away from physically and emotionally challenging situations, so that we don’t continue to hide in escape behaviors because we can’t handle facing our emotions. This isn’t something we can think our way into doing. It takes practice."  

-Jenny Arrington