Jennifer Pastiloff, the founder of The Manifest-Station, is a writer living on an airplane. Her work has been featured on The Rumpus, The Nervous Breakdown, Jezebel, Salon, among others. Jen’s leading one of her signature retreats to Ojai, Calif over Labor Day in Ojai, Calif and she and bestselling author Emily Rapp will be leading another writing retreat to Vermont in October. Check out jenniferpastiloff.com for all retreat listings and workshops to attend one in a city near you. Next up: Seattle, London, Atlanta, South Dakota, NYC, Dallas, Tucson. She tweets/instagrams at @jenpastiloff. Join a retreat by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Thank you Jennifer, for shining your light on mine.” ~ Christy Turlington.
“You’re a beautiful force for good in the world, Jen. I’m proud to know you.” Dani Shapiro
I am a fan of Jennifer Pastiloff and her blog! ~ Naomi Shihab Nye
As well as working on my first book, I also have been featured in or write for:
Mantra Yoga & Health Magazine
As featured on Good Morning America!
Jennifer Pastiloff is a writer and retreat leader based in Los Angeles. She travels around the world leading her signature Manifestation Yoga® workshops and retreats (a combination of yoga and writing.) She is also the creator of Karaoke Yoga. Jen has been featured on Oprah.com, Good Morning America, New York Magazine, The Rumpus, Origin Magazine, as well as many other TV shows and publications. She is currently working on her first book: a memoir. Jen encourages people to live their best lives by being authentic and honest, and most of all, by having sense of humor. You can join her tribe on Facebook facebook.com/jenniferpastiloff or Twitter/instagram @jenpastiloff. She also has a weekly column on Positively Positive and in the wellness/inspiration expert for Reimagine.
Jennifer is partially deaf and wears hearing aids. After spending 13 years working in the same restaurant she believes that everyone should have a job in the service industry at least once in their life. “It’s good for the soul” she says.
You can send an email to Jen at email@example.com. Be patient with responses please.