35 episodios

Interviews with artists, herbalists, creatives and plant people, discussing growth, struggle, starting up, rooting, evolving, connecting and healing. Tools and techniques to improve health and vitality through nutrition, self care and connecting to plants and creative spirits.

Thyme in the Studio Sara Marie Miller

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Interviews with artists, herbalists, creatives and plant people, discussing growth, struggle, starting up, rooting, evolving, connecting and healing. Tools and techniques to improve health and vitality through nutrition, self care and connecting to plants and creative spirits.

    Brendan Ellis Williams on planting Seeds from the Wild Verge

    Brendan Ellis Williams on planting Seeds from the Wild Verge

    Conversation with Brendan Ellis Williams about herbalism, journeying, connecting to ancestral wisdom and pilgrimages in Ireland, using tarot and the Ogam for spiritual divination and the importance of initiation and ceremony in life. He discusses what it was like to write his latest book
    "Seeds from the Wild Verge: Myth, Nature, and Theology in the Border Stream of Celtic Wisdom" and the magic of storytelling.
    Be sure to check out his latest events, workshops, and classes.
    The Mystery School starts October 31

    From Brendan's website:
    Healer, traditional Western herbalist, spiritual director, counselor, teacher, and poet-seer, chanting old rebel tales; tracing back song-streams of indigenous European wisdom; ferrying souls on the ancient, mythic riverways of human transformation; guiding folk from all walks of life back to their birthright of wholeness, to their roots in the living Earth, to ancient ancestral wisdom, and communion in a cosmos ensouled.

    Links:

    https://www.brendanelliswilliams.com/

    https://brendanelliswilliams.tumblr.com/

    https://www.instagram.com/brendan.ellis.williams/?hl=en

    • 1h 14 min
    Jennifer Lord on being Juniper and Finding Yourself in the Verdant Fields

    Jennifer Lord on being Juniper and Finding Yourself in the Verdant Fields

    https://juniperlord.com
    https://www.instagram.com/juniperlord/
    https://www.juiceboxdenver.com/

    • 1h 6 min
    Megan Fuhrman Wheeler on Manifesting a Dream and creating an Herbal Community

    Megan Fuhrman Wheeler on Manifesting a Dream and creating an Herbal Community

    Megan Fuhrman-Wheeler is a phenomenal herbalist and artist who started an apothecary in Spirit Lake, Iowa. We talk about her path with herbs and how she has gained clarity about her path through her healing journey and has visualized and created a thriving business that helps her community.

    Bio:
    I am Megan, the owner of MEGAN & CO. Herbal Apothecary and Clinic.

    My path to herbalism was paved out of personal experience. As a child, I was in diagnosed with epilepsy at age of 10. Most of my childhood was spent juggling different pharmaceuticals with the hopes of calming my seizures. By the time I had reach my mid twenties, I was looking for another path and that road was herbalism.

    I attended the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism from 2014-2016. Through herbalism and nutrition I was able to heal myself, as I had never done before. My personal experiences strengthened me and I soon became determined to share these methods with others.

    I opened MEGAN & CO. in June of 2017 as a Certified Clinical Herbalist, a Certified Clinical Nutritionist, and Flower Essence Practitioner. It is my hope that the Apothecary is able to spread herbal knowledge to rural America in a safe, constructive, and accessible manner.

    Thank you for loving herbs! I sure do.

    -Megan Fuhrman-Wheeler

    Links:
    https://www.meganandco.com/service/general-terms-conditions/
    https://www.instagram.com/megan.and.co.apothecary/?hl=en
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/67Sf4uPfRvZs6oyOBZxO1j

    • 1h 7 min
    Herbal Marie on being an Herb Oracle and how to sit still to change everything

    Herbal Marie on being an Herb Oracle and how to sit still to change everything

    Sadie Marie Cherico is the podcast host of Herbal Marie and Herb Oracle-2 phenomenal podcasts about plants! Her solo shows are rooted in her deep understanding of plant medicine and her experience as a self taught gardener, herbalist and tarot/oracle card reader. She is also a phenomenal photographer, storyteller, medicine maker and mother of 3 children. We had so much fun talking about minimalism, meditation, intuition, celery juice and so much more. She is such an inspiration and a delight to listen to. In conjuction with this epidose she gave me a beautiful oracle reading-episode #20 of Herb Oracle-such beautiful heart medicine to hear this episode.
    Please listen to her podcasts/connect with her at:
    https://anchor.fm/herbalmarie/episodes
    https://open.spotify.com/show/1VGzwAQs1f21g5ZLYGGlEe
    https://www.instagram.com/herbalmarie/?hl=en
    https://www.herbalmarie.com

    • 1h 41 min
    TITS turns 1: Ode to Motherwort

    TITS turns 1: Ode to Motherwort

    The podcast has been around for a year now.
    Some updates and shoutouts and recipe ideas.

    • 19 min
    Davinah Simmons of Rooted Birth Doula Services on Being Born Rooted

    Davinah Simmons of Rooted Birth Doula Services on Being Born Rooted

    Davinah Simmons of Rooted Birth Doula Services is a full time doula in Seattle, Washington and in this conversation we dive into the magic of tears, suggestions for holding space and questions for parents to ask themselves and their partners. She describes her passion for working with people of diverse backgrounds and how she weaves her foundation in counseling and photography into her current work. She also discusses the importance of setting boundaries when you are doing deep work for others and the potent energy of placentas.

    check out Davinah's work:
    https://www.instagram.com/rootedbirthdoula/
    https://www.bornrooted.com

    bout Davinah (from her website)
    I’ve always been magnetized to pregnancy and childbirth. When I was a child, instead of cartoons, I watched “A Baby Story” on TLC and my family could never figure out why I was so obsessed with the bond between mother and baby. As an adult, I received my Masters degree in Counseling and Student Development, and spent years shepherding college students through the initial, disruptive years on their own. Working in the counseling field taught me to hold space for big emotion, to ask hard questions, and to help others find their inner voice during transformational experiences. I’ve always loved taking care of people, but as I grew into myself more deeply I began to realize that the people I love supporting most are one’s who give birth. When I learned about the role of a Doula, the dots began to connect. I love everything about this job: the complexities, the intersections, and the relational dynamics. Birth encapsulates all of the messiness of being human, and I love teaching people that the vulnerabilities of our imperfection bring us closer to one another.

    When I’m not supporting birthers and babies you can find me making magic in the kitchen, snuggling with my dog, reading comic books, hiking, hopping on a ferry, or taking a day trip for the sole purpose of a good meal.

    Links to the host, Sara Marie Miller:

    https://www.aidazea.com/ https://www.etsy.com/shop/AidaZeaArts http://www.saramariemiller.me/ https://www.instagram.com/aida.zea.arts/ https://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudio/ https://www.instagram.com/saramariestudio/

    Donate here: https://simplecast.com/donate/6016
    or https://www.patreon.com/thymeinthestudio

    music by Komiku

    • 1h 23 min

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