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When you’re looking for items that are supposed to benefit your spiritual health: a healing crystal or totem, a special bracelet, yoga and meditation tools—you want to make sure you trust where it’s coming from—that everything from the materials to the impact on the artisans you’re supporting checks out.


At Majestic Hudson Lifestyle thoughtful curation of handmade goods and blissful experiences from someone deeply connected to the space of mindfulness and makers is a priority.

The Majestic Mailer of Sacred Rituals and Seasonal Blessings.  Llewellyn's "current labor of love" is a curated mailer of handmade and hand-selected, super blessed, seasonal items to honor yourself. - MAJESTIC HUDSON LIFESTYLE
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  • The Majestic Mailer of Sacred Rituals and Seasonal Blessings. Llewellyn's "current labor of love" is a curated mailer of handmade and hand-selected, super blessed, seasonal items to honor yourself.


The brand was born three years ago on “the foundation of experiences that ‘fosters connection, inspires creativity, and supports a compassionate lifestyle one blissful experience at a time,’” according to Jennifer Llewellyn, Chief Wellness Officer at Majestic Hudson Lifestyle.The growing online store and Katonah-based brick and mortar boutique grew naturally out of Jen's “ever-growing quest” to enhance those blissful experiences.



Given her background as a Hudson Valley artist and maker, with a BFA in Graphic Design and minor in printmaking from SUNY New Paltz, Llewellyn approaches curation and sales with her artisans in mind. She makes sure that everything in her boutique gallery is Hudson Valley-made and Fair Trade, coming from makers that she’s come to know intimately.

One of Llewellyn's designs, "Speed Limit Om®" is about “Changing the Speed of Consciousness." - MAJESTIC HUDSON LIFESTYLE
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  • One of Llewellyn's designs, "Speed Limit Om®" is about “Changing the Speed of Consciousness."


“As a maker myself, I enjoy tooting people's horns, not only my own. As the saying goes ‘makers gonna make’ and I just felt local artisans needed a home and a cheerleading squad. The Majestic Hudson Lifestyle Boutique is that Mothership,” Llewellyn says. “Every artisan represented has a story, you do not have to hunt for them on a shelf. I consider it a high priority to know the maker and their craft personally I want to tell their stories every day, all day long. The actual power of selection will make you feel good about your own purpose in the commercial cycle.”

Llewellyn also prides herself on being able to source specialty crystals and creating bespoke healing art based on what a customer is experiencing. Recently, she helped source a rough watermelon tourmaline from Brazil, which was recommended by a customer’s healer for a special ceremony in her daughter’s honor.


“Often customers are comfortable enough to show up and ask for what they desire and I am always happy to walk them through the selection process to create or procure what they need,” she says. “I knew I could curate a plethora of handmade, earth-made tools that enhance creative and spiritual practices that help us grow, heal and develop as conscious, warm-hearted individuals.”

As a self-proclaimed "crystal junkie," Llewellyn says she will "source specimens from around the world and create Bespoke Totems and Rituals for those who need them." - MAJESTIC HUDSON LIFESTYLE
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  • As a self-proclaimed "crystal junkie," Llewellyn says she will "source specimens from around the world and create Bespoke Totems and Rituals for those who need them."

Llewellyn also works to make sure her store and brand promotes a real, lived-in approach to mindfulness. A devoted fan of Joseph Campbell (he’s her pick for anyone in history she’d like to have dinner with), she says she’s constantly inspired by the quote “follow your bliss.”


“Mindfulness practice is not just about taking a yoga class; it is making a painting, walking your dog, baking bread, and taking a hike, being present with your children…. The list is long and very personal to you. Do what you love,” Llewellyn says. “When you leave my boutique or float out of one of my experiences you have homework: Smile often. Do what you love. Practice your craft often. Go Outside. Surround yourself with reminders to be present, in the now. Follow Your Bliss.”


Visit Majestic Hudson's website to browse some of their cool, curated items and reach out to Jennifer to see if she can help you find the right spiritual items for you. 

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