Maven Medicine ~13 Moons of Meditation, Motivation & Manifestation

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Invite & Reunite with your Inner Maven

Your one & only True You Expert!

 What is your medicine?

Together, let’s go within and seek the maven of your true heart’s desire, that one that honors and serves you for your greatest good and highest healing.

 When you heal yourself, you heal so much more…

family, community, worldwide.

Your impact is greater than you know
You are powerful indeed.

Join us in the co-creation of sisterhood, anointing ritual, holistic self care, energetic attunement & sacred nourishment.

During the 13 moons of Maven Medicine you will learn:

to create a heartlink to your angels

Basic Meditation

Basic Woman’s Yoga

Sacred Nourishment

Transformation Techniques

to identify & begin to utilize your healer skills

Yearly Medicine Wheel

How to create Sacred Space

to craft Sacred Tools/Objects

to create Prayer Flags

Maven Goddess Anointing Ritual

Your Lunar Cycle

to implement Plant, Stone & Energy Medicine Modalities

Fire Ceremony

with so much more to come 😉


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13 Sundays from 12:00PM – 6:00PM, included is an amazing vegetarian, farm to table seasonal lunch, herbal infusions, yummy snacks and spa water to keep us nourished, hydrated and grounded.

(Please let us know of any food allergies)

*NOTE: Maven Medicine Gatherings will be held on the third Sunday for 13 moons (monthly).

2017 Dates:

January 29

February 19

March 19

April 16

May 21

June 18

July 16

August 20

September 17

October 15

November 19

December 17

January 21, 2018

A deposit of $300 is required to hold your space.

Click here for questions on how to register.

There are 2 payment options:

*Pay in full by first class: $1100, making each gathering less than $85 including lunch.

Your balance (fee minus your deposit) is due by or on the first class.
*Pay monthly: $100 including lunch.  You will need to make the required deposit of $300 to hold your space.

Your first payment of $100 is due on January 29 for your first class.

The deposit will be applied to the last three classes.

* If this gathering resonates with you, What would you like to get out of joining us?

I would love to hear what’s on your mind and weighing on your heart. For me, it is about creating a synergistic community of racially diverse sisterhood, self-love and care. With that being said, if you are called to join this gathering of womyn, please know there are no “Drop-in’s “and space is limited to foster trust, transparency and co-creation.

We are creating a circle together and the womyn you will meet will become sisters, so creating a safe container that all can feel at home, honored and respected.

Space will be reserved for 13 womyn only.

Gathering will be held monthly for 13 moons, beginning January of 2017

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If Maven Medicine is calling you, please get in touch with me as soon as possible.

I will be able to answer any questions you have about attending and opening yourself up to your Inner Maven and experiencing the Divine Medicine within.


Mastering Your Time

The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.

-Mark Twain

Time Management 101

Have you ever wished for a few more hours in the day?

Why is it that some people seem to get everything done effortlessly and others feel that time constantly eludes them?

The secret to managing your time well isn’t working more hours.

It is about prioritizing the important things and learning to use the time you have more efficiently and effectively.

The secret is working smarter, not harder.

Some of us, by nature, organize and get tasks out of the way before we relax, while others of us play first and work later. It is important to first recognize which type you are and whether your style is allowing you to have the life you really want. Maybe you are super-organized at work, but burned out because you don’t know how to make time for yourself. Maybe you are naturally a less organized person who knows how to relax, but you are dissatisfied because you aren’t fulfilling your goals and dreams.

Rather than labeling yourself or beating yourself up, realize that time management is an area of your life that you can strengthen. Like a new muscle, it takes practice and repetition to make it stronger. To help you get started, here are some steps to streamline your days at work and at home. Try the first one or two that jump out at you:

  • Allocate time for planning and organizing.
  • Create to-do lists that are realistic, not intimidating. Use only one to-do list.
  • Under-schedule your time: Leave time for the unexpected and for interruptions. When you estimate how long something will take, add on a third of that time.
  • Schedule your time in a way that reduces interruptions that lower your productivity.
  • Practice the art of intelligent neglect: Eliminate trivial tasks.
  • Prioritize what is most important and do that first.
  • Consider your biological prime time: At what time of day do you work best? Plan to do your most important work at that time.
  • If you say yes to everything that comes your way, learn to say no.
  • Ask for help and delegate.
  • In the evening make your to-do list for the next day, so it will be out of your brain and on a piece of paper. Leave work with a clear head and a clean desk.
  • Acknowledge yourself daily for all that you have accomplished.

Also take a look at the two biggest hindrances to using time effectively: procrastinating and lacking purpose. We usually procrastinate when a task seems too daunting, too large or too complex, or when we feel we won’t be able to handle it. When you get that “deer in the headlights” feeling, try “chunking”: break the large task into smaller, manageable action steps and start with the first one. We also often drag our heels or use our time inefficiently because we are bored, un-engaged and uninspired. The most effective people will tell you that they love what they do and are aligned with a greater purpose.

When it comes to managing your time, you may need to ask the larger questions, “Am I doing what I love to do? Am I doing something meaningful to me?”

As you strengthen your new time management muscle, keep your focus on getting organized so that you can live the life you came here for. Instead of being a chore, good time management can be your ticket to more fun, greater satisfaction and a vibrant, exciting life.

Food Focus:

Root Vegetables

The roots of any plant are its anchor and foundation; they are the essential parts that support and nourish the plant. Root vegetables lend these properties to us when we eat them, making us feel physically and mentally grounded and rooted, increasing our stability, stamina and endurance. Roots are a rich source of nutritious complex carbohydrates, providing a steady source of necessary sugars to the body. Instead of upsetting blood sugar levels like refined sweet foods, they regulate them. Since they absorb, assimilate and supply plants with vital nutrients, roots likewise increase absorption and assimilation in our digestive tracts.

Long roots, like burdock, carrots, parsnips and daikon radish, are excellent blood purifiers and can help improve circulation in the body and increase mental clarity . Round roots, like turnips, radishes, beets and rutabagas, are nourishing to the stomach, spleen, pancreas and reproductive organs and can help regulate blood sugar and moods, and alleviate cravings.

Recipe of the Month:

Roasted Root Vegetables

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cooking time: 25-35 minutes

Yield: 4-6 servings


1 sweet potato

2 parsnips

2 carrots

2 turnips or 1 large rutabaga

1 red onion (if you like)

1 daikon radish (or substitute/add in your favorites, like squash)

olive oil

salt and pepper

herbs: rosemary, thyme or sage (fresh if possible)


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Wash and chop all vegetables into large bite-sized pieces.
  3. Place in a large baking dish with sides.
  4. Drizzle with olive oil; mix well to coat each vegetable lightly with oil.
  5. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and herbs.
  6. Bake uncovered for 25-35 minutes until vegetables are tender and golden brown, checking every 10 minutes to stir and make sure veggies are not sticking.

Note: Any combination of vegetables will work.

Roasting only one kind of vegetable also makes a nice side dish.


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