Jessica Dibb is founder, spiritual director, and principal teacher of Inspiration Consciousness School, for which she has designed and facilitated workshops, classes, and ongoing trainings grounded in a highly integrated model of psychospiritual healing and development to support self-actualization.

Her teachings assist people in cultivating consciousness through all stages of life, from conception onward. Using Integrative Breathwork, psychodynamic principles, the Enneagram, and established and emergent wisdom teachings, Jessica facilitates embodied awareness of each moment. Her intuitive teaching style, individualized and attuned attention to students, and integrative approach helps to facilitate long-lasting transformations. She also teaches nationally and internationally, including at the Psychotherapy Networker Conference and at the International Enneagram Conference.

Jessica is the founder and host of the annual Enneagram Global Summit, produced by the Shift Network. She is codirector of the Global Professional Breathwork Alliance (GPBA) and chair of the GPBA’s Ethics Committee.

Her mission includes creating a set of ethical and training standards for Breathwork practitioners; cultivating cooperation among the diversity of breath practices and schools into a unified field of participation; creating bridges between the science and research of breath practices and the practitioners who apply them; creating a professional platform for Breathwork to interface with the public, giving them informed choices about types of Breathwork and Breathwork practitioners; and sharing the potential of optimal breathing and breath practices for our world.

Jessica’s background reflects a rich diversity that includes classical training at the National Academy of Ballet and Theatre Arts and performance experience with the Royal Ballet of England and the Bolshoi Ballet of Russia; yoga and meditation practice since she was 14, including four years at an ashram; pre-med studies at the University of California, Irvine; and social/civic leadership and service.

Jessica is a founding member of the board of Convergence, a non-profit organization working to promote dialogue and innovative solutions for challenging social issues of our time. She was an engaged advisor to the U.S.—Muslim Engagement Project, which published the report, “Changing Course: A New Direction for U.S.—Muslim Relations.” She also served on the board of the U.S. Consensus Council for Search for Common Ground-USA.

Jessica was one of the leaders who walked in the first large Silent Peace Walk in America in Central Park, initiated by Jack Kornfield and Stephen Fulder. She is honored to be one of the founding leaders of the nonprofit Silent Peacewalks. She is currently the chair of the organizing committee.

Her deepest passion is to support evolving creativity and positive possibilities on our planet by supporting awakened consciousness, and the embodiment of love, wisdom, and presence in every moment, for all life.