New moon in Taurus, lovely ones! Today I’m talking all about abundance in its many forms with my friggin’ amazing teacher-mentor-sister Rachel Thomas.
Included in today’s conversation:
- A Money practice that changed my game!
- Ancestral Medicine!
- Community and talking to your elders is important!
- On being a Healer!
- Independence vs. Interdependence!
- Other things worth exclaiming!
I’m so excited to share this conversation with you–enjoy!
- Hidden Garden (Facebook, Go Fund Me
- Chani Nicholas on the Taurus New Moon
- Chris Maddox on Being the Empress: Tools & Inspiration for the New Moon
- Kate Northrup & Money: A Love Story
A Holistic Health Counselor, certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Rachel has an honors degree from Brown University and 20 years of experience with alternative therapies.
She lovingly supports her clients in reaching their own health goals, using modern science, natural remedies, spiritual guidance and ancient healing techniques.
With more than 20 years studying natural medicine, native New Yorker Rachel Thomas works passionately to infuse modern lives with ancestral healing experiences. She is a Holistic Health Counselor, certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Rachel has an honors degree from Brown University, which she uses to design unique educational experiences for groups and individuals to achieve health through multicultural wellness traditions.
Rachel offers workshops on Caribbean and Latino Traditional Medicine, healing with plants, cultural sustainability and community development. Together with her team at Hidden Garden Wellness Center in Costa Rica, Rachel has created an ancestral medicine conservation project, using community gardening to preserve local medicinal plants and the traditional knowledge that surrounds them.