We're so excited about our featured healers presenting offerings & workshops at HeartCamp and other Blind Seed events throughout the year!
Tara Purnell has dedicated her life to celebrating wellness and mindfully meditative arts– empowering people to feel better in their bodies and express their humanity. In 2013, she joined friends to introduce a hydrating, cold-pressed watermelon beverage to the market. WTRMLN WTR is now sold nationally, and Tara continues to develop partnerships and boldly represent the WTRMLN WTR tribe in new markets.
Sara Elise is the owner-designer of Harvest & Revel, an alternative catering company creating elegant, nutritious and ethically produced culinary experiences. She is also a private chef and a freelance wellness coach- providing sliding scale, community-focused guidance in realizing/remembering your fullest Self and personal expansiveness.
Lauren Silbert is a neuroscientist who studies the underlying neural correlates of communication. Lauren is also an educator and curricula-builder, teaching innovative scientific courses through art at various institutions including NYU, Princeton, and Pioneer Works in Brooklyn NY.
Trae Harris is a Brooklynite by way of Baltimore who incorporates movement, poetic writing, film, and esoteric spirituality to re-imagine and highlight the lives and experiences of Queer Back Women in the Americas. Trae is passionately invested in artivism as a form of protest and praise and extends this passion as a facilitator for both youth and adults alike.
Derrick Little is a NYC based artist and spiritual warrior who moonlights as a sacred sound musician and kundalini yoga teacher. He also practices the art of Palmistry, Tarot, and the language of symbols.
Azza Gallab is Sudanese-American experience architect living in Brooklyn, NY. She loves to beautify and aroma-fy everything she touches everywhere she goes through candle making, interior design, styling and event design and production. Azza concocts potions for her candle company, Haremesque by mixing classic Sudanese fragrances with other captivating scents she’s fallen in love with throughout her travels to create a unique and spellbinding experience.
Eugene is a human development specialist, polyglot and entrepreneur. He spent 6 years studying and working with the foremost leaders in human change around the world, before blending the best of NLP, systemic, somatic, and trance work into his own method for his international clients.
He is also VP of the world-class private coaching organization, Handel Group.
Christi is an artist and designer working with traditional methods of textile arts, with a focus on plant derived colorants and their possibilities. Her work unites the transforming and evolving qualities of natural materials with precise and consistent mathematical forms, embracing the dynamics between these contrasting elements. She lives and works in the Catskills, NY as creator of Mixed Color, a collection of naturally dyed fabrics for your body and home.
Jenna Wortham is a writer for the NY Times, podcaster (check out Still Processing!), urban herbalist, empath, and amateur videographer in Brooklyn. She also crafts a collective care newsletter that can be found by clicking the link below.
Cleo is a community healer, educator, coach, trainer, speaker, events curator, organizer, writer, social responsibility strategist, activist, and social emotional learning expert whose mission is focused on innovating learning and development, inclusion and belonging, empowerment, advocacy, and wellness. She is the founder of BLK PALATE, a lifestyle brand and multimedia platform paying homage to the African Diaspora through food, set to launch January 2018. She is also currently the National Manager of Learning and Development at Step Up.
Jessie is a filmmaker, visual artist, and an arts educator based in Brooklyn. She is passionate about exploring the ways in which individual and collective creative processes can be used to heal and feed us- opening up access to the deepest, most alive, most honest and joyful parts of ourselves. Jessie is inspired by all things wild.
SUNG UNI LEE
Sung is a chef, culinary educator, health counselor, and artist who has been implementing health supportive diets for the last 15 years in various retreat centers, restaurants, and food related businesses. Having gleaned the best attributes of ancient wisdom and nutritional science, she can help you understand what foods are right for you, right now. Integrating home and professional cooking techniques, she works with her clients to build proficiency in the kitchen prepare nourishing foods simply and lovingly. Uni's mission is to instill her passion and reverence for plant-based foods to her clients on their journey to an integrated and healthy lifestyle.