Although the credentials are important, Leisha’s first love and her primary education is the garden!   Her 30 year self-education into growing and alchemizing herbs is evident and bursting in her gardens and this is where she finds her tools for healing.   She is currently growing over 120 medicinal and health supportive plants and love to share her fascination and wonder.    For 4 years (2012 – 2016) she lived outdoors and dedicated herself to learning about Nature and the simplicity of the Laws of Nature.

Her training includes a Certified Naturotherapy Practitioner by the Board of Drugless Practitioners, Homeopathy with The British Institute of Homeopathy, Iridologist, Herbalist and Ayurvedic Health Practitioner (certifications shown below).

In 2012, Leisha embarked upon a journey with the 13 Grandmothers and the Centre for Sacred Studies and completed the Ministry of Prayer Ordination. Becoming and being a Minister of Prayer denotes a practice of walking in the world in dialogue with Creation. This approach is one that is gleaned from the teachings of the “Original Peoples”—who related to the world by “listening” to the world around them as a form of guidance from Spirit. From this perspective, everything is considered as an expression of Spirit. This is a way of being that values being led by the heart, rather than the head.  The teachings and ways of The First Nations Peoples have been passed down from generation to generation, and link us with the forces of the Earth, the fundamental laws of Nature, and the original wisdom teachings—which are based on respect for all Life. The prevailing worldview of contemporary society is to look at the world through a materialistic lens—one that is competitive and wants to acquire things—a worldview that is based on fear rather than love.

Health is a combination of many factors of the human being and can not be just treated as a physical treatment.

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