Atava Garcia Swiecicki, MA, RH (AHG)

Atava is the founder of Ancestral Apothecary.
She is dedicated to remembering and honoring the healing traditions of her ancestors and also to creating spaces to support others to also make this connection.

Abi Huff

Abi Huff is an ever- evolving community & clinical herbalist, medicine maker, intuitive life strategist, community activist, and overall plant nerd.

Angela Angel

Angela Basbas Angel is a traditional (Bontoc and Ibaloi tribes- Igorot, Philippines) and holistic healing practitioner, medium/channeler and ceremonialist.

Francine Madrid

Francine Madrid is a Bodyworker/Sobadora, Herbalist/Yerbera, Full Spectrum Midwife/Partera.

Myrna Cabán Lezcano

Myrna Cabán Lezcano is a queer Boricua herbalist, educator, and cultural organizer. She grew up eating mangos and being doused in Agua Florida. Her abuelxs inspired her to connect to Spirit and healing by growing gandules, raising chickens, making dream-based predictions, and singing spontaneous songs.

Melissa Reyes

Melissa (she/her) is an herbalist, writer, facilitator, and birthworker based in Ohlone Territory/Oakland, CA. Melissa’s family has roots in Puerto Rico and Poland and she has spent over 18 years working in a variety of social justice, learning, and healing spaces.

Batul True Heart

Batul True Heart is a two-spirit/queer Native American/Indigenous/Mixed (Yaqui/Panamanian/Spanish) ceremonial healer, prayer person, and medicine maker.

Tatille Jackson

Tatille Jackson, CMT, is a lifelong student of massage therapy, herbal medicine, and the ways in which our bodies innately strive toward a state repair.

RaheNi Gonzalez

RaheNi Gonzalez I’naru is a Two-Spirit Boricua Taino Ceremonial Prayer Warrior, Healer & Activist. They have spent the past 20+ years focused on healing and learning how to transform trauma, chronic illness & suffering into beauty, love and a higher consciousness.

Rebekah Sze-Tung Olstad

Rebekah Sze-Tung Olstad is passionate about building relationships and connections with nature in all its forms. She graduated from the first Cecemmana cohort in 2018, and is now practicing as a community herbalist.