Community Herbalists

 
 
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alicia welu, co-Manager

Herbal kitchen witch Alicia received her herbal training from the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism. She most loves delving into the world of herbal formulation; from teas to tinctures and salves, she adores creating in all herbal forms. She's passionate about dogs, mushroom medicine, daytime snacking, and herbs for anxiety, trauma, and grief/loss.

 
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Hannah Hadaddi, CO-Manager

Hannah is a spoken word poet and writer pursuing an education in holistic health and human services. She holds deep curiosity, gratitude, and love for mother nature, plants, and the human connection. Hannah is very interested in the power of owning and speaking one’s truth, which she finds for herself within performance, art, and teaching. Her dream is to be able to incorporate the many aspects of healing that she has learned through experience and education into her work and one day as a health practitioner.

 
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Lauren cannon

Lauren is a certified Clinical Herbalist, Flower Essence Practitioner, and Nutritionist who received her training from the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism. Lauren is a skilled listener who is passionate about guiding people on their journey to uncover their best, most vital selves. She believes strongly that the state of the emotional body influences the wellness or dis-ease of the physical body, and vice versa. Through varying approaches including herbal remedies, flower essences, dietary and lifestyle protocols, Lauren’s goal is to bring her clients to a state of greater vibrancy.

 

 
 

OLGA SIEVERS

Olga comes with a background in gardening and landscaping. She has an endless curiosity about the role that plants can play in the lives of humans and human communities. Her interest in horticulture and ethno-botany gradually translated into learning about herbal medicine. Through her own healing journey Olga has come to appreciate how the health of the physical body relies on the harmonious balance of the mental, spiritual, and emotional bodies. She plans to continue her studies to one day include herbal medicine among several healing modalities