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.
Claire Chuck Bohman
Claire Chuck Bohman is a Certified Herbalist with over 8 years of private herbal practice. Claire Chuck is also a practicing Chaplain and serves as the Program Director for Sojourn Chaplaincy, the Multi-Faith Spiritual Care department at San Francisco’s only public hospital and Trauma center.
Margarita is a certified and licensed Massage and Craniosacral Therapist. She practices Curanderismo in combination with other ancient healing practices. Margarita Camarena was born in Mexico City growing up with the traditional medicine through her grandmothers and the elders in her family.
Alejandra Olguin is a doula and promotora of curanderismo deeply committed to community healing work. Shaped by her family’s immigrant experience from the Mixteca region in Oaxaca, Mexico her own journey of uncovering and reclaiming the ancestral practices of her family has guided her work among different communities.
Marisol Castillo is of Salvadoran decent, raised in New Jersey, who has lived in California for the last 15 years. She recently received her Master’s Degree in East West Psychology primary focused on eco therapy and indigenous ways of knowing. Her passion lies in her ability to teach, to write and to artfully create a space that brings people from diverse backgrounds together for transformative and self-empowering practices.