Archive for April 2018

Guest: Karen Rose, Master Herbalist
 

Trained in Eastern and Western Herbal Medicine, Master Herbalist, Karen Rose created an outlet for her teachings and healing modalities with the opening of Brooklyn-based Sacred Vibes Healing and Sacred Vibes Apothecary.  Her inspiration for this work began as a child in her native home of Guyana, where she was exposed to how African, Caribbean and Latin American traditions profoundly influenced plant medicine and community healing.  The legacy of these lands is the foundation of Karen’s spiritual and healing practice. 

  Karen is dedicated to empowering individuals to make informed decisions not only about their health, but their total lifestyle.  She has developed authentic and enlightening materials as well as an extensive line of herbal products, all of which are available through the apothecary, apprenticeship classes and mentoring programs, such as her Get Off Your Knees platform, in which she weaves myth, fairytale, folklore and her own experiences to uniquely coach clients on how to become their spiritual, physical, and emotional best selves based on their innate talents and gifts.
A strong advocate of community partnerships in healing, she believes that all spiritual traditions offer guidance on the path to finding truth, and she has authored articles on the power and simplicity of herbs used to heal and nourish mind, body and spirit.
Karen and her work have been featured in a variety of media outlets, including on The FEED, featuring culinary celebrity Marcus Samuelsson, the New York Times, Black Enterprise Magazine, Organic Life, and the New York Daily News. Aside from her dedication to healing, Karen is also a devoted mother of three, who she proudly believes are her best apprentices.
 
Contact Information:
  
sacredvibeshealing.com
 
 
Karen Rose
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Dr. Patricia  Jordan, DVM,  attended North Carolina College of Veterinary Medicine and practiced conventional veterinary medicine for fifteen years. After discovering   Holistic at the AHVMA American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association Conference, it ignited a pathway towards many of the modalities that provide her inspiration to follow the path of healing with energy and intention. She completed a Master’s Program in TCVM Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, and went on to become a Doctor of Veterinary Naturopathic Medicine.
 Dr. Jordan’s words, “it was  energy work that has allowed me to move past just the physical and channel healing for the nonphysical, the emotional, mental and spiritual, a communication that addresses the entire macrocosm and for the purpose of the highest good. We never learned that in conventional training!”
Her book, Mark of the Beast , discusses  vaccine damage in both pets and people.
Contact: www.dr-jordan.com 
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