Samantha Zipporah is a practical & radical medicine woman. She serves her curiosity & community by offering love & education for navigating the womb continuum. Samantha has been tracking her menstrual cycle for 20 years & her ovulation for 13, has taught sex ed classes for youths, adults, & practitioners, been a doula for birth, abortion, miscarriage, & infant loss. Her approach is grounded in a solid understanding of biochemistry & biology, & nourished by playfulness, sass, & reverent spirituality.
Vienna Farlow is a Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner intern and the founder of The Cuntsultant, Your Vagina’s Consultant. She is currently studying at Justisse College and is a member of the Association of Fertility Awareness Professionals. Her work is focused on demystifying the female body and teaching women and people with vaginas ways to connect with their bodies.
The Cuntsultant is the culmination of her lifelong pursuit to learn as much as possible about the vagina and the people who have them -- physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She believes that all female bodied people should be empowered to know more about their bodies and the way they work. She is passionate about reproductive justice, LGBTQ+ inclusion, full spectrum care, abortion access and provocation in the name of education.
Blake is a breath facilitator helping fellow humans connect to the innate wisdom within. She sees the Earth as a reflection of our inner landscape and believes that through working and attuning to our body we can attune more deeply to the Earth. She encourages deep listening and holds space for others to find their own unique truth and path to wholeness. She invites each of us to work with and trust our bodies as a map for our souls guidance.
Kailea Frederick is a mother and First Nations woman dedicated to supporting individuals of all cultures in remembering their ties to the earth. Growing up off the grid in Maui, Hawai`i forever imprinted in her the importance of reciprocity through indigenous world - view. She feels raised by wild spaces and intimately tied to Honua, our island earth. A graduate of the International Youth Initiative Program, she has in-depth training in interpersonal communication, community building across cultural and linguistic boundaries and large group facilitation. Kailea carries a multifaceted and expansive capability to support individuals through group learning and process. She is a Spiritual Ecology Fellow, and has served as a youth delegate twice to the United Nations Climate Change conferences (COP). Her work on the front-lines of international climate justice has forever connected her to the lives of those most impacted by climate change and extractive based industry. These are the foundational pieces that fuel her as she observes the radical disconnect that most human beings experience from our only living habitat. Currently, Kailea is a board member with Black Mountain Circle and a columnist for Loam Magazine. Earth Is `Ohana is her personal response to the many stories that have and continue to shape her.
Jeevan comes from the Sanskrit जीवन (jīvana), meaning life, or more specifically that which animates every living being. A name that’s fitting, as it speaks to her life’s work - guiding womxn and people with vaginas back into the sanctuaries of their bodies, to reclaim their birthright of aliveness and embodiment. As a visionary, womb-keeper, guide and doctor, Jeevan offers work that is experiential and holistic. She believes that one of the most radical things we can do we can do for ourselves and the collective is to cultivate tender self-friendship. In her seasonal practice, Jeevan offers womb + pelvic healing, as well as embodiment coaching. Additionally, she teaches workshops and leads groups on herbal pelvic steaming, holistic menstrual wellness and somatic mindfulness. Jeevan aims to provide a container that is inclusive to all identities. Jeevan holds a doctorate in East Asian Medicine, and is completing a masters in integrative mental health. To learn more about Jeevan, visit her website: flowerhandwellness.com
Marie is student of mysticism, weaver of lineages, a queer witch, an activist, and an artist. With formal education in women’s studies and religious studies, her fields of study and work encompass activism with undocumented workers, refugees, the queer community, and survivors of sexual assault. Resounding belief in body and earth based wisdom textures Marie’s dedication to overturning and nullifying systems of oppression through the reclamation of ancestral knowledge, by healing intergenerational trauma, and by creating a world that values cultural, social, emotional and spiritual intelligence. The union of activism, art, and spirituality informs Marie’s devotion to creating safe and affirming spaces for all people.