Our own quest for wellness has been our greatest teacher.
Good JuJu For You's unique, one-of-a-kind products are created with healing intentions for the mind, body and spirit. Good JuJu was birthed into existence so that we may be a source of Love and Light. Click 'Testimonials' to explore what others have said about us and our products.
Good JuJu goodies are handcrafted by a family of artists and healers based in North Carolina, USA. You're part of the family when you shop Good JuJu. Click 'Meet our Team' to learn more about us and our process.
Our team is compassionate, knowledgable and experienced in a variety of healing arts modalities. We are available to answer any questions you have about us, our products, and services.
Kaylee is Co-Founder and Content Creator for Good JuJu for You. She is a Shaman (wise woman/medicine woman/healer), Minister, Psychic Intuitive, Empath, Reiki Master (Energy Worker), Spiritual Advisor, Life Coach, Friend and Mixed Media Artist.
Kamaira is Co-Founder and Editor In Chief of Good JuJu For You. A true Renaissance woman, she is an aspiring dentist, artist, musician and research scientist.
Swami Jack is Good JuJu For You's Guru of Reflexology and Business Consultant. He brings over 30 years of sales experience and enjoys helping others pursue their passion.
Kaylee has a lifetime of experience in a variety of healing modalities. She is a Shaman (wise woman/medicine woman/healer), Minister, Psychic Intuitive, Empath, Reiki Master (Energy Worker), Spiritual Advisor, Life Coach and Friend. She is also a Mixed Media Artist.
Kaylee is featured in the UNC Chapel Hill Program on Integrative Medicine’s Complementary and Alternative Providers directory.
"Since a young age Spirit has spoken to me and conveyed that I should share my gifts by filling a need. This has been my journey.
Over twenty years ago my Spirit Guides and Guardian Angels led me to my present location. My home and land have served as a sacred space where I channel my energy and the abundant energies of the universe. I draw strength from its focal point, known as the Crystal Healing Circle.
This vortex (the Crystal Healing Circle) is a portal to the Divine and a center for all things positive—healing & happiness, love & light, and peace & wellbeing of mind, body and spirit. As all is connected, each unique item is energetically connected to this circle of healing.
All offerings are ritualistically bathed, cleansed, blessed, imbued with Reiki energy and given a purpose. Each item has been held, worked with and loved. Whether you are purchasing jewelry, an intention doll, massage wand, bath and beauty products, paintings, cards, kits or any other of our fine, handcrafted items, you are receiving a piece of me in everything."
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Kamaira is a Renaissance woman and polymath. She received a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and a minor in Chemistry from UNC Chapel Hill. She holds a Master's degree in Physiology from North Carolina State University and is a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) candidate for the UNC Chapel Hill School of Dentistry Class of 2023.
Kamaira is a talented soprano who has studied classical voice and opera singing for well over a decade and is sought-after for private vocal training. She is an aspiring dentist hoping to incorporate music and other healing modalities into her practice. Kamaira is certified in Hypnosis and Integrative Reflexology© massage. Kamaira is also a licensed NC Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
In undergrad, she founded an organization called Mind, Body, Spirit Connection, which provided students with experiential education in stress-reduction and wellness. Kamaira has extensively taught deep breathing, meditation and self-healing techniques to members of her community, including university students, faculty, patients, caregivers and nurses at UNC Hospitals.
Kamaira works in research with Dr. James Beck at the UNC Adams School of Dentistry. Kamaira is researching the relationship between oral and systemic health, the mind-body connection, and novel therapies for pain and stress management. She presented the results of an original pilot study on Didgeridoo Sound Meditation at the 2018 International Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health (ICIMH) and a systematic literature review on Women's Health at the 2017 American Public Health Association (APHA) conference. She received the Best Student Poster Award from the Integrative, Complementary and Traditional Health Practices (ICTHP) division of the APHA. Kamaira is a published author of a research paper regarding the efficacy of a Telehealth videoconference mindful self-compassion intervention for young adult cancer survivors. She has several other papers currently in press.
Kamaira enjoys music, art, massage, hypnosis, meditation, yoga, reading, oil painting, gardening and creating new Good JuJu goodies.
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Jack, also known as Swami Jack (or Guru Supreme in the spiritual community), is a grounded and stable wise man.
He is an experienced business professional with over 30 years in sales and marketing. His other passions include keeping up with Kaylee and Integrative Reflexology©, in which he is a certified practitioner.
In his spare time he enjoys physical activities such as golf and yoga, as well as relaxing pursuits, such as meditation and massage.
As an Ordained Minister, when he is not deep in spiritual contemplation, he is helping others navigate their own personal journey into healing.
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