Hi I’m Renata.
I'm a clinical herbalist, and I help purpose driven women create profound transformation in their lives through healing power of herbal medicine and the practice of devoted self care.
I believe you’re doing important work in the world.
The world needs you out there doing the work you’re so passionate about, and your wellbeing is essential to your ability to pursue your work with passion and vitality. So, whether you’re struggling with, menstrual irregularities or menopausal symptoms, chronic stress and fatigue, or a specific condition like a thyroid or autoimmune disorder; herbal medicine can help.
You’re in the right place if you’re ready to dig deep, examine how all facets of life enhance or detract from your vitality; and most importantly – to let go of what doesn’t serve you in favor of what does.
Schedule a free 15 minute discovery call to see how we can work together to reach your wellness goals.
“The consultations were always wonderful! I felt listened to and cared for, I learned a lot about myself, about patterns and habits that were undermining my health. I would absolutely recommend Renata! I already tell all my friends about her!”
How herbal medicine is different and how it can help
Perhaps you’ve tried conventional medicine, or the latest herb being hyped by the media. These approaches don’t often bring healing and vitality because they are disease and problem focused.
Mass marketed herbs are hit and miss because they are designed for the broadest possible customer base. They are not designed you, the individual. And in some cases, product quality is questionable.
When we shift the focus from the disease or disorder to promoting innate healing processes and healthy function in the body, we make space for profound healing
When we shift the focus to you, the whole person, we can design an individualized plan and custom herbal formulas, target ways to restore equilibrium, and facilitate powerful transformation with the support of healing herbs.
When you unapologetically prioritize your wellbeing you cultivate the energy, focus, and vitality to fuel your work in the world and pursue your passions.
When you learn to listen deeply to your body and understand symptoms as information rather than threats, you gain the knowledge and tools to support your healing process and to truly thrive.
“I wasn't sure if herbal medicine would do much to address my issues since I had tried a lot of different options. My digestion improved significantly and I felt fewer symptoms of stress.”
Check out the Blog to learn about how herbal medicine can help you heal and thrive.
- Get acquainted with the plants
- Discover strategies to enhance your wellbeing
- Find ideas for living in harmony with natural rhythms and cycles
- Find recipes and ideas for incorporating herbs into your routine
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Does your daily routine support vibrant health?
The timing of your daily activities matters.
Aligning your daily routine with your natural circadian rhythms is one of the most powerful things you can do to improve your wellbeing. When your daily routine and your natural circadian rhythms are aligned you improve sleep, energy, and mood, and reduce your risk of chronic disease.
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