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Philosophy & Practice

In the Taíno language of the Antilles, the word "bi" carries two meanings: beginning and life.

The word "bibi" means mother.

"Ni" means water.

Water is life, the first medicine—it connects us—bearing gifts of nourishment, community, ritual, & healing.

Atabey is the Great Mother of the natural world to the Taíno people.

She not only carries the Earth Spirit, but also the Spirit of all horizontal water, lakes, streams, and the sea.

Atabey is a deity of fertility. She is to whom we owe our sustenance and nourishment.

Taíno women have prayed to Atabey for generations to ensure a safe childbirth.

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We believe in healing through natural, preventative, ancestral, and ceremonial holistic care.

The basis of health is balance, which is also to say, the basis of health is living in right relationship.

The development of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual illnesses stems from imbalance in the body. 

Medicines help us to keep ourselves in balance. 

Many of our ancestral traditional medicine systems, which call upon all kingdoms of life as tools of healing,

support people in living in right relationship with ourselves & the Earth.

Plants, animals, fungi, minerals, rocks - all contain their own distinct healing powers.

Connection with the Earth and our ancestral healing traditions is our birthright.

How can we start to live in right relationship to the Earth on Turtle Island?


Fighting for Indigenous Land Sovereignty & Black Liberation


Decolonizing our relationships with ourselves, others, and the land


Returning to our roots, as our ancestral plant traditions have much to teach us about cyclical living

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Sarah Serrano

Sarah is a birthkeeper, urban farmer, ethnoherbalist, and educator


Her practice draws on Indigenous & Afrodiasporic plant medicine and history as well as birthkeeping traditions from Turtle Island. She focuses on Taíno, Black-American, and Caribbean folk remedies and birthing ceremonies. Some of her favorite plants include sunflowers, okra, cashew, cassava, and tobacco. She also provides comprehensive body literacy, plant medicine, and counseling to those who seeking to nurture their womb, sexual and/or reproductive wellness.

National Black Doula Assoc. Certified Fertility, Sex, and PP Doula

BEST Doula Certified CBE and Placenta Encapsulation Specialist

Masters of Arts in Teaching (Tufts University)

Naomi Spector

Naomi is an ethnoherbalist, plant historian, and educator.


She believes that herbalism is a powerful tool to help us connect to our ancestors and to many parts of our cultures and faith traditions. Some of her favorite plants include garlic, pomegranate, chamomile, mulberry, and cedar. Her practice draws on Sefardi, Ashkenazi and Mediterranean plant medicine traditions. She provides holistic plant-based care (physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual) to those seeking root cause changes in their lifestyle.




Masters of Arts in Teaching (Tufts University)

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