Marcela Sabin is a cultural practitioner who has dedicated the last 20 years to working in the area of mental health in the Bay Area.
Dr. Pacheco’s teaching, research, and activist work focuses on engaging liberatory healing practices through Chicana, Latina, and Indigena feminisms and spiritualities, and critical decolonial psychology.
Candice believes that ancestral, community and ecological healing are the most urgent issues of our time. They coach leaders and train helping professionals throughout the nation, and work as an Intern Therapist at Queer Asterisk in Denver, CO
As a practitioner of Mexica Traditional Knowledge and Ceremonies Chicueyi-Coatl currently carries the Primera Palabra of the Calpulli Huey Papalotl from Berkeley, a cultural, educational, and Danza Mexica circle.
Berenice Dimas is a queer xicana, full-spectrum doula, bodyworker, and community healer.
Batul True Heart (they/them) is a Yo’eme (Yaqui) and Panamanian-American (of Indigenous, African, & European descent) Queer and Two-Spirit community herbalist, medicine maker, caregiver, and death doula.
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.
Music and sound is my souls medicine, meaning my soul resonates with the vibrations and the nature of sound and music internally and externally.
Cera Merrick (they/them) is a fourth generation grower of chili peppers, medicine maker, pregnancy loss/abortion doula, and fertility awareness educator. They humbly walk with the plants on the path toward liberation and reproductive autonomy.
Eleanor Barron Druckrey (Ellie) has been a student of dreams for most of her life, having kept a dream journal since 1976 when she graduated from Cal Berkeley where she studied US and Latin American History