Giving tools to community to grow and give better care for ourselves and our environment
Want a series of short classes or a few longer classes? I curate the lesson plan to what is needed.
Some examples of lessons:
This is curated to your unique and special needs, please inquire within.
Specializng in cultural events with BIPGM hand-makers. HeartfulRootz.org
Planning time, class size and ticket cost may alter price point. Please inquire within. This can be a in person or virtural or even a recorded video and shared to whom you desire.
Inviting Black, Indigenous & People of the Global Majority hand-makers to your lovely event to sell their goods and bring cultural energies to the space. Event date and details must be secured 2 months prior to that event date. This funding supports each vendors sustainability.
Inviting Black, Indigenous & People of the Global Majority hand-makers to your event, store, restaurant, etc to sell their goods and bring cultural energies to the space.
This funding supports each vendors sustainability.
Specializing in family gardens and those with special needs. With emphasis on food and herbals plants that help us connect to the land and our health.
Specializing in Airbnb vacation homes, family homes, kid activity spaces, workshop spaces, deep organizing and wellness-centers.
Specializing in hand-makers and wellness community business planning
This is to discuss first steps, hear your needs, wants and desires and come up with our plan.
Wide variety to how this meeting can go, please direct message me to share more details of your ask.
Design, Business planning, Organizing & Consulting
No need to hire four different people
together we can make the world a better place, one turtle step at a time
Everything is energy, what we invite into our body, especially ingesting is the energy we will represent. The life and energy something is grown or raised in is the energy their cells grow from. A plant or animal treated with love, respect and honor when ingested will make you feel honorable, you did your best. Anything on the other side of that is why most humans may have their body screaming at them, frustration, depression, cancer, etc. When fried foods and heavy wheat foods came into human culture it was purely for survival, never meant for us to consume at such a consistent or high level. We must connect back to our roots, honor what our cells are calling out to, to feel most nourished and alive.
Why it’s important to eat ancestral foods especially maternal ancestral foods that connect your microbiome to home. The womb we grew in, the blood we have has been nourished in ways we call back to. Our womb holder already had their entire lifetime support of eggs when in their womb holder and this continues on the womb holders lineage. This is why traditionally we follow the womb holders tribal side, as it's their eggs and blood we were fed from. This helps us connect back to our lands and eat the food most connected to. This is why when eating those foods you will feel the support of your ancestors. Some of us removed from our natural lands didn't have foods that our ancestors would have naturally aligned to. This is especially why when you have them now, they form generational healing.
Cultural food representation matters, the whitewashing of foods has brought unhealthy ways to our peoples. I'm not talking about the white women who thinks she invented a flat taco, I'm talking about all recipes promoted, shared in households, shared with communities that don't firstly welcome deep body nourishment with the spiritual connection of grown energies of reciprocity. The food pre packaged with preservatives and additives that your body doesn't know how to digest properly because they were never meant to be invited. The saying “ a reason, a season or a lifetime” is for many relationships, including plants, animals and any food relationships. Certain plants fruits in certain seasons, certain animals (would naturally) migrate to certain regions at certain seasons. Certain plants grow all year round, mostly leafy greens and roots. The reason we eat is firstly to nourish our bodily needs, yet our sugary and starchy taste buds have made a massive switch to otherwise whitewashed unhealthy recipes. So much so the word "diet" had to be brought in.. Normalizing earthy flavors once again can help cleanse us. Taking back our stewardship to land will give us more loving energy in return. Eating what is most local, fresh and in season will give our bodies a deeper relationship to land and home.
The way our home designs have been colonized and capitalized is to keep us in an unhealthy body, mind and spirit and a ruthless hustle culture. Bringing back root cellars, medicine making rooms, harvesting and drying spaces, growing our own foods and medicines and ways of trading will bring us to a harmonizing community collective space. Forming home builds in ways that work with nature will help us have lower or non existent utility bills. Planning communities that are sustainable is not just a dire need, it's our demand! We no longer will take living in a new age way of slavery. Everyone's birthright is free shelter, free food, free medicine, free care, and the honoring of our individual gifts to be shared.
Indigenous heritage on my mothers side:
Nahua - Otami
Andes: The Quechua and Aymara Indians
I'm also mixed with Spanish on my mothers side and trying to heal from colinazation within my family.
On my father side we are of First Nations: Algonquin: Mi'kma, Cree, Montagnais, Ojibway. Iroquois, Ottawa.
I'm also mixed with Scandinavian, my great grandmother on my father's side was the first to come to the America's in Minnesota. A decendant of the Indigenous Sámi peoples.
I'm not enrolled but im working towards it. I'm not federally recognized and want my culture back! I'm still searching for my family & tribes and would love to learn more Indigenous language and songs. I welcome others to share any info with me♡