Sky Blue Dreams Wellness Center

Sky Blue Dreams was created to help anyone that has a desire to change and become happier and healthier. We are still Sky Blue Dreams but because we have grown you can find me, Jane Govoni at Sky Blue Resilience or at  The services I provide are  designed to make people more resilient and stronger. You have the options of private session for  Coaching, Hypnosis, Classes for Hypnosis Certification, Resilience for life classes, and Yoga classes. 

My sister Jill Bachmann has been a part of Sky Blue Dreams for the last 10 years, specializing in Tapping. In 2013 she purchased the building that is our Sky Blue Dreams home found at 135 W. Ormsby St, in Oxford Wisconsin. The mailing address is 264 county Road EE Oxford. The building is right next to a little park. We are open by appointment.

Jill created and is President of a 501c3 called Drops of Kindness. Drops of Kindness will be found in the Sky Blue Dreams building. This non-profit has many different practitioners that create a healing highway many of them provide services at Sky Blue Dreams. Please check us out at

We both have published books this year, Jill’s book is the story of a butterflies transformation called Trust the Process.  My book is called Faith Love and Hypnosis  and is the story of healing from my stroke.

Jill also has created a wonderful get-away called The nature nook


As before, Sky Blue Dreams is only open when there is a class or an appointment with one of our practitioners. To reach us:
For Jane call 608-586-5820  or text 608-697-4457
For Jill [Drops of Kindness or Nature Nook] call or text 715-252-4421 or email

Thank you for your continued support as we work to bring Harmony, Happiness and Healing to our community. 

                                           Sky Blue


Butterfly4 “How does one become a butterfly?” she asked pensively.

“You must want to fly so much that you are                                       

willing to give up being a caterpillar.”


Sky Blue Dreams is just two blocks east of the famous Frannie Mae’s Café


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