I believe that strong, successful women can achieve life balance and health in all areas of their lives, through any unexpected ‘curveballs’ that may come their way!
The world needs your light. The traditional system has not been set up to support women on their journey. It’s time for a new way.
Things I Love
- Outdoors and hiking
- Music and dancing (if you pass me driving you’ll no doubt see me groovin’ and singing in my car without a care as to who’s watching)
- Fitness (taught group fitness classes for 20+ years)
- Laughing (I used to do improve comedy!)
- Rain and snow! I’m in Arizona so I can’t get enough
Dr. Jenna Blasi has studied nutrition and natural healing for over 25 years. Her early interest in natural medicine led her to study herbs at the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies, massage and natural therapeutics at the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics, whole food cooking at the School of Natural Cookery in Boulder, Colorado and homeopathy at the New Mexico School of Classical Homeopathy. She was then led to naturopathic medical school, where she graduated with highest honors from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. After receiving her doctorate degree in naturopathic medicine, Dr. Blasi was selected from a nationwide pool of physicians to become the sole resident in Integrative Medicine at Yale University’s Prevention Research Center, Griffin Hospital, and University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine. After the successful completion of her first year as an integrative and family medicine resident, she was the first to be accepted as a senior resident in the Integrative Medicine program.
Dr. Blasi was an instructor and supervising physician at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine. She has been a guest lecturer on nutrition, homeopathy, and other areas of health at Yale University School of Nursing, Quinnipiac University, and Griffin Hospital, one of Yale’s affiliate hospitals. She has also taught healthy eating classes for cancer patients and their families at Griffin Hospital Center for Cancer Care.
In addition to her doctorate, Dr. Blasi is a nationally certified fitness instructor and teacher of whole food cooking classes. Her undergraduate studies were at the University of Colorado Boulder, where she received her degree in Biology, Theatre and French and was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.
Dr. Blasi’s medical practice includes lifestyle guidance, personal development coaching, clinical nutrition, classical homeopathy, LDI/LDA therapy, herbology, and an advanced form of craniosacral therapy called Core Synchronism. She was the first physician in Arizona to offer Low Dose Allergy Therapy (LDA) and LDI (Low Dose Immunotherapy). She also utilizes other natural modalities, as well as conventional medicines when indicated. She is a highly skilled homeopath, who has studied for years with internationally renowned homeopathic experts. She is also one of only a few certified Core Synchronism practitioners in the country, and continues to study with the founder of this highly effective therapy.
She was a member of the Sedona Professionals, and has served as President, Vice-President, Membership chair, and as Head of Programs, during her years with the group. She also served as President of the Running River Board of Directors for 6 years, a non-profit private Waldorf-inspired elementary school in Sedona.
Dr. Blasi has worked with people of all ages with a primary focus on helping women navigate menopause challenges. She takes great satisfaction in helping her patients overcome their health challenges in a permanent and gentle way.
In addition to her private practice, she upon request offers consultations and life coaching sessions for guests at Mii amo Spa at Enchantment Resort, a healing center that is consistently voted one of the top resorts and spas in the world. Here she is able to work with people from all over the world offering lectures and private sessions in wellness, mindfulness, life coaching and fitness.
When not practicing medicine, she enjoys hiking, meditating, reading, personal fitness, and spending time with her husband Paul and their two children.