Welcome! I am so pleased you’ve found your way here.
Whether you are giving birth to a new baby, or a new way of life, you came here looking for more. My heartfelt desire is for you to have the courage to dive deep with all that you are - and make the most of your journey, on all levels.
I am an Earth and Birth keeper. A student and stewardess of the ever changing seasons and cycles of mother earth and women alike. From the spring time blossoming pre-teen, to the wise, winter, silver crone, I work with women in all ages and stages. I study, create, grow and work intimately with plant medicines that assist women in their lives.
I am an herbalist, teacher, medicine maker, birth enthusiast, traditional postpartum wellness provider, entrepreneur, homesteader, wife and mother. I love studying ancestry and astrology, spirituality and the metaphysical, thrifting vintage, eclectic fashion and home decor. I love travelling, music, Harry Potter, and of course my dogs, my family and our home.
I feel my work with women and birth in particular keeps me close to the Great Mystery of life, and serves as a great reminder that we, too, will venture back into that beautiful unknown at some point, so everyday we wake up is a gift. Here I am on the grand spiral, and it brings me great joy knowing that I have awoken into this life and live in my passions, doing the work I have come here to do.
Really, I am a heart centred Cancerian gal that just wants to make the most of this grand voyage… I want to travel all the peaks and valleys with an open heart and mind. I want to manifest the dream I see in my mind’s eye, and I want that for you, too!
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Women’s healing arts have been around for thousands of years. It is a cross-cultural common thread that knits our human family together, and despite what the popular culture would have us believe, we have much in common with one another. Our foremothers knew the value in tending to the new mother because she was the Read more about Women’s Healing Arts[…]
I sliced open the last of my fresh butternut squash harvest this morning to add into a lentil soup. Amazing heartiness and shelf life for something I gathered in early October. But you know … the quality of the seed affects the quality of the stock. This squash pictured here is from a third generation Read more about Seeds of Sovereignty[…]
I had a long and overdue brain jam with my dear friend, Sarah yesterday, where our conversation eventually lead us to talking about (as it so often does) plant medicine and our love for it. We chatted about our creations with plants and the politics and differences between “all natural” products and plant medicine. I Read more about Plant Medicine vs All Natural Products[…]
Imagine that every day you wake up you are given a certain amount of energy to get through that day with. Once you use it up, it’s done and you begin to use your energy reserves. On a larger scale imagine that when you are born you are allotted a certain amount of energy for Read more about From fear to focus[…]
Gardening in minus temperatures is not as fun as when the sun is beaming down on me, but I finally got the rest of my onions, beets and carrots out of the ground. My hands were frozen!! It’s a hell of a lot of work and commitment to grow your own food. It’s possible, as Read more about Real Food Rebellion[…]
I had to work hard and truly want to change my life to wear a grin like this on my face, which is why I am proud to show it. I spent many of my years walking through what felt like an endless winter. Happiness and joy were visitors that would come by occasionally and Read more about Life is for learning[…]
For the past 6 years, on August 28th, I have had to pause and acknowledge the pivotal mini-death that happened in my life on this date. It was the beginning of my re-wilding and series of not-so-unfortunate events that occurred after this big moment. I believe we are given experiences to help us grow, and Read more about Mini-Death and a Re-birth[…]
A nutrient and mineral dense condiment featuring nettle seeds, @harmonicarts 3 seaveg blend, toasted sesame seeds and himalayan sea salt. It can be added to salads, soups, rice, oatmeal, roasted veggies and anything you like really. As mentioned in a previous post, nettle seeds are wonderful for the adrenals and sea vegetables and himalayan salt Read more about Nettle & Sea-veggie Gomasio[…]
07/07 As women, I think we’ve been sold this idea that as we hit middle age we are supposed to shrink, and fade and disappear into the background. And I just have to say that it is just such the biggest load of bullshit ever! With every year that passes I feel like I occupy Read more about 07/07[…]
You carry the other end of this cord and organ around with you as an indent in your abdomen. What a funny reminder of such an important connection. We all commence here. We all begin in the dark waters of our mothers womb. We all feel before we see with our eyes. It is believed Read more about Placenta[…]