Jenn Sauer is an avid traveler, experience maker, insatiable learner, massage therapist and accidental entrepreneur.
After 14 years of working at spa after spa, after cruise ship after another spa, she was burnt out and unsure how to get out of the rut. “What do I actually want to be “when I grow up?!” Was a question on the forefront of her mind everyday.
She knew her mission was to “do good things and make a big impact”... It was just unclear HOW.
Anyone else wondering this?
"You don't have to solve your whole life tonight. You just have to SHOW UP and TRY. Focus on the most immediate thing in front of you. You'll figure out the rest along the way." -Kirsten Corley
Moving back to Wichita, Jenn had a friend out of the blue, offer some space in her basement to do massage (not sketchy at all, right). But the practice grew quickly, Jenn's clients trusted her, and soon Jenn’s basement rental turned into The Pushy Goat, a unique, holistic spa nestled near College Hill.
Over the course of 4 years, The Pushy Goat has grown into 2 locations, 9 GOATS working (the wonderful practitioners that reside within the cozy rooms), DONATIONS, COMMUNITY, and, as a collective, The Goats affect change in the minds and bodies of real people.
The ups and downs of building the business and it's day-to-day responsibilities were daunting, yet exciting. Jenn used this as an opportunity to not only help her clients, but to impact the community, giving Jenn the drive to push through the frustrations and keep growing The Pushy Goat’s reach.
Now, Jenn not only leads the Pushy Goat Pack as the CEO, but she still offers massage and now mentorship to people around the globe.
You can learn more about how to work with Jenn to become your own kind of GOAT (Greatest Of All Time).
“Everyday I have the opportunity to affect change, no matter how small, in the minds and bodies of my clients and community, because I’ll never forget that feeling of “what the heck am I doing”. Although The Pushy Goat was a big hap-hazard, I know there are other people feeling the same way, and I’ve got to use what I know to show them what’s possible” -Jenn Sauer