Workshop: Self & Community Care for Trying Times
A skill-share/workshop by Felicia 'Fe' Montes of La Botanica del Barrio and Mujeres de Maiz discussing and sharing tools for beginning self care. Simple herbal recipes are shared focusing on dealing with anxiety, insomnia, stress and supporting our immune systems.
1) VIDEO : The workshop is 40 minutes long in English and will be shared within 1 week from purchase by digital share. This is for those who want to do it at your own time. A skill-share/workshop by Felicia 'Fe' Montes of La Botanica del Barrio and Mujeres de Maiz discussing and sharing tools for beginning self care. Simple herbal recipes are shared focusing on dealing with anxiety, insomnia, stress and supporting our immune systems
2) VIDEO EN ESPAÑOL: Un video de 40 minutos de infrormacion y remedios de auto cuidado. Incluye información sobre aromaterapia, hierbas, comida y mas que ayuda a aleviar el estrés, anciedad, nervios y mas. También platicamos de remedios para apoyar a nuestras sistemas y cuerpos. Lo comparto por un link de video. *aunque dice precio - me gustaría ofrecerlos gratis cuando se puede para gente que lo pide o lo necesita.
More about Fe.... Felicia ‘Fe’ Montes is a Xicana Indigenous artivist, organizer & holistic wellness practitioner focusing in the healings arts of herbalism and indigenous cultural traditions. She is the director of Mujeres de Maiz, a women of color holistic artivist organization and the founder of Ten Fe Healing Arts and La Botanica del Barrio. She is on a lifelong journey of education, growth, and transformation and has sought teachings and education in herbalism, Mexican traditional medicine and curanderismo since 2012 and indigenous traditions and philosophy for almost since 1997. She is an attuned Reiki 1 Practitioner and a certified organic Victory Gardener, Western Herbalism Student Apprentice (2+ years) and also studied with the Steam Healing Institute and many workshops with various maestras. Felicia has also danced in the Aztec/Mexica and other Indigenous traditions. She has facilitated monthly indigenous based talking circles on full moons since 2010 and is a trained facilitator of Xinachtli, a young women’s rites of passage circle. Since 1997, she has shared song and drumming with the group In Lak Ech and has facilitated various blessings and rituals. Felicia has connected with indigenous communities from across Mexico since 2000 when she participated as a runner and coordinator in the Peace and Dignity Prayer Run. She has been a key coordinator for the L.A./Tongva area every 4 years since 2004. She also creates altars, intentional spaces and healing circles and has coordinated Day of the Dead festivals based in the Aztec and Chicana/o artistic and spiritual traditions since 1997. She is honored to have studied under Estela Roman, Atava Garcia Swiecicki, Julie James, The Portillo Family and various Mexicayotl and Xican@ Indigenous elders since 1997.