Jenny graduated from Kingston University, England in 2013 with a dance degree; unsure of what she wanted as a career, she stayed in Kingston upon Thames and started working in a nearby Starbucks. She worked her way up to management and danced in her spare time. A Starbucks customer and Bikram Yoga teacher suggested she try a class in the local studio where he taught. Jenny participated in her first class a year after graduating from University, and fell in love with Bikram Yoga immediately. She signed up for the introductory offer and attended classes as often as she could. Before starting Bikram Yoga Jenny had decided that she would move back to her birthplace and family in Norwich, Norfolk. As her introductory month was ending she was concerned that there would not be Bikram Yoga in Norwich, but it was meant to be because Bikram Yoga Norwich had newly opened. Jenny moved back to Norwich and joined immediately; a couple of months in she completed a 60 day challenge, doing Bikram Yoga every day to raise money for a suicide charity, a charity close to her heart. Jenny believes that Bikram Yoga helped her mentally, not just with daily challenges but with a deeper tragedy that she had never been able to accept. 6 months from her first class Jenny decided to become a teacher and she has never looked back. She no longer works for Starbucks, she is now working full time as a Bikram Yoga teacher and is looking to open her own dance classes. Starting Bikram Yoga is the best thing she has ever done.