Healing & Support Space
Devote yourself to your longing,
reclaim a life that truly nourishes you,
and expand into the person you already know you are meant to be
...so you can break the cycles of loneliness, overwhelm, and disconnection from your inner knowing.
Hearthfire is for the womxn who is ready to move forward in her life and fully embody the person she knows she is meant to be.
The world is changing, culture is shifting, and you want to feel rooted and resilient enough to be responsive. You want to overcome the ancestral stories and cultural narratives that are keeping you small and immobilized.
You are ready to claim your own sense of belonging so you can show up more deeply for yourself, for the wild, for your ancestors to come, and for the community you are building.
You are ready to break the cycle, and you are ready to do it alongside others who are doing it too, in their own way.
This is ancestral healing work. This is the work of rewilding. This is resilience practice. This is magic making. This is ancient wisdom reclamation. This is empowerment.
And it is needed now more than ever.
It’s time to remember the parts of you that you’ve lost
We live in a society that subtly encourages us to disconnect and even criticize every aspect of who we are. No matter your story, I believe it's possible to feel a sense of belonging to yourself and your body again.
to the wild.
These days, we dwell in our heated homes with running water without knowing the names of the trees or the source of the water we drink. We have strayed from our first home—the wild. But we can return again.
to a lineage.
You have a lineage of around six million ancestors and all of those lives existed to create the life you are living today. When we don't connect to who they were, their stories, and their ways of life, we continue the cycle of feeling like we don't belong.
We yearn for meaningful connections with each other—the kind of kinship where we can drop the masks of perfection and performance and be our messy selves. We want to lean on each other when times get hard and share the load that comes with being alive in these times. We cannot go this life alone.