Archived Programs

April, May, June 2018

Medicine Woman Beata Alfoldi - Listen to her interview ...

Beáta is a medicine woman, workshop facilitator, shamanic practitioner, healer, ceremonial leader, seer and speaker with a gift for assisting individuals through deep transformation. She facilitates private sessions, classes, workshops and international retreats in Australia, Bali, Thailand and Mexico.

Second Nature Project Jody Dunphy - Listen to her interview ...

Jody is an artist, designer and the creator of the Second Nature Project; an endeavor that resides at the intersection of art and activism. The project was born while she was earning her MFA in Applied Craft and Design at the Oregon College of Art and Craft + Pacific Northwest College of Art. Her practice is driven by a desire to share her fascination with plant life and inspire people to think about their relationship with the natural world. She makes jewelry and sculpture for holding plants and seeds that are dispersed via diverse channels: in galleries, on the street and through retail. Collaboration, engagement, ephemerality, labor and craft are underlying themes in the work she creates.

Visionary Women Entrepreneurs Kaya Singer - Listen to her interview ...

Since 1973, Kaya Singer Has been a potter, therapist, life coach, author, business mentor, and now a painter. Kaya started Awakening Business in 1997 when she was still living in New Zealand and felt called to support visionary women who needed mentors and help to grow a business the Wise Woman Way. After helping thousands of women and creating her own success, and entering her Crone years she is integrating all her work together and still helping women to be more empowered, while working less. Kaya's recent book, "Wiser and Wilder, A Soulful path for Visionary women Entrepreneurs," is the book she wished she would have had thirty-five years ago when she was just starting.

'Hallucinogens and Culture' Jerry Brown - Listen to his interview ...

Jerry is an anthropologist, author, and activist. From 1972 to 2014, he served as founding professor of anthropology at Florida International University in Miami, where he taught a course on "Hallucinogens and Culture." Julie M. Brown, M.A., LMHC, is an integrative psychotherapist, who conducts research on the role of sacred plants in religion.

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower & Lacy Johnson - Listen to her interview ...

Marguerite is an RN, Clinical Herbalist, Wild Crafter and, is also a cautious wild foods forager. She is co-founder and director of Plant Pioneers, a Human-Plant Relations Movement, where her work invites the beginner to the experienced to become interested in plants, through hands-on, outdoor Nature experiences, that bridges wild crafting, traditional herbal medicines, plant intelligence science and phenomena. In recent years, her outdoor explorations have additional tools that connect humans to plants: Music of the Plants and Cymatics. Lacy Johnson - co-founding Plant Pioneers member; she was born and raised in Texas and moved to the Catskill area in 2015. The move led her to her current studies in herbalism with Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, where she is now entering her 2nd year. Additionally, Lacy plans on adding to her studies as an ecology major in the near future.



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