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The Beginning

About

The Jenesis House (TJH) was created for one who seeks to experience true self-care.  Our hope is to educate and expose individuals to the importance of mental and physical well-being.  In order to apply this education, our goal is to transform vacant spaces into wellness sanctuaries that will serve as an introduction to the benefits of whole-body care.  Then, we take it up a notch or two by bathing this lesson in luxury.

The Jenesis House Foundation Coming Soon

 

We acknowledge that wellness experiences and travel can be financially prohibitive for marginalized communities, which is why we are establishing a foundation aimed to provide opportunities for all individuals, regardless of their financial situation, to prioritize their mental and physical wellness through self-care practices and all-expense-paid retreat experiences.

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Mission

Thou shalt create experiences like no other. 

 

Our mission at The Jenesis House Wellness Resort & Spa is to provide a transformative and holistic experience for our guests, empowering them to achieve optimal well-being of mind, body, and spirit. We strive to cultivate an environment of healing and rejuvenation through personalized wellness programs, exceptional hospitality, and sustainable practices. Our commitment to promoting self-care, community engagement, and environmental stewardship is at the heart of our vision to inspire a healthier and more fulfilling way of life.

 

The First House

Less Than 1% of Black Women Own Hotels. 

Manifesting A 2030 Opening

100% of profits from our retreats & store contribute directly to help us become the first female, black-owned, adult-only resort in Arizona. The first Jenesis House Resort will offer a spa, healing arts, farm-to-table nutrition, and complete wellness experiences in a beautiful, energy-efficient, sustainable setting. The twenty-room destination retreat will be heavily inspired by Afro and Asian influences, a cultural mix in reflection of the creator's diverse background.

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