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Awakened Woman Self Care podcast

Jun 20, 2018

Asia Suler is a writer, teacher, mystic and herbalist who lives in the blue folds of the southern Appalachian mountains. She is the creator and concoctress of—One Willow Apothecaries—an Appalachian-grown company that offers lovingly handcrafted medicines and alchemical gateways of education.

Asia’s work is a unique combination of western and energetic herbalism, stone medicine, earth-centered shamanism and intuitive healing. She holds a B.A in English, Anthropology and Native American studies from Vassar College and a Reiki Master degree. Her training includes work with shamanic dream teacher Robert Moss, psychiatrist Brian Weiss, and Chinese stone medicine practitioner Sarah Thomas of the Jade Purity Lineage. She teaches locally for The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, The Blue Ridge School of Herbal Medicine and Ashevillage as well as at her apothecary studio on The Island in Marshall, NC.

Asia offers divine ONLINE and in person learnings and retreats. (Both Christine and Emma have been past participants in her online offerings, and were impressed by the depth and beauty Asia brings to her work.)

 In this episode Asia shares some of her journey into healing and plant-based medicine after living with chronic pain. She credits the experience with, leading "her to the altar of the green world." We talk about the creative energy behind her blog post, Nice Girls vs. Kind Women, and it's viral impact on so many women as she defines what true kindness is about. Oh yeah, and, we also talk about embracing silliness as a form of self care that turns everything on its head. Visit Asia's website 

For more information of the Solstice offering from Christine and Emma