Jill is now offering herbal holistic wellness consultations at Farmacopia on Wednesdays in Santa Rosa, California
Clinical Herbalist, Yoga Instructor
Jill Barnattan is an integrative Clinical Herbalist and Registered Yoga instructor (RYT 200). Her specialty is working with women and teens with stress, fatigue, anxiety, digestive ailments, menstrual related issues, insomnia and sensitivity to the environmental stresses of modern society.
She incorporates perspectives of both eastern and western herbal medicine from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda and Western Herbalism. Jill applies a variety of tools such as herbal remedies, yoga, abhyasa (spiritual practice), flower essences, nutrition, and nourishing food into her practice.
Jill holds a certificate as a Professional Planetary Herbalist from Lesley and Michael Tierra's East West School of Planetary Herbology and is an herbal medicine making teacher and yoga teacher at the East West School's annual herbal seminar.
See Jill for:
- Women's nervous system disturbances
- Modern day stress
- Anxiety and sleep issues
- PMS and menopause support
- Skin ailments
- Relaxation and unwinding
For appointments, call 808-357-0830
Holistic Wellness Consultations
Initial Holistic Wellness Consultation (1.5 hours): $100 (includes flower essence remedy)
Herbal Client Follow-Ups (45 minutes): $75
Holistic Wellness Program (series of 4 after intitial) $275
Mini Holistic Wellness Consult: $30
SpecialTea Consult: $30
Flower Essence Consult: $30
Private Yoga (only after initial consultation): $80/hour
BioMat Thermotherapy Sessions (20 minutes): $30.00
Jill's scope of practice as a Clinical Planetary Herbalist is based on the cycles of nature and how they relate to the body. Nature affects our behavior as humans; in fact, Five Element Theory in traditional Chinese medicine views our bodies as individual ecosystems similar to a magnificent organic garden. A bio diverse garden needs healthy soil, ample sunlight, water, nourishment and air flow to attract beneficial insects, bees and organisms to create nutrient dense food. Similarly, our equilibrium is subject to internal and external factors.
Keeping these analogies in mind, Five Element Theory assigns a function, color, taste, emotion and organ systems (both yin and yang) to each season. Like the garden, each element is interdependent on the others for their function. Therefore, when one becomes out of balance, the effect trickles down to affect one or more of the other organ systems.
So, what can you expect in your holistic wellness consultation?
Jill begins by listening, questioning and assessing patterns of imbalance according to ancient wisdom techniques. She works side by side with each client as a a wellness concierge and her goal is to provide each person with the exact program that suits their individual needs, including detailed lifestyle, yoga, nutrition, herbal and flower essence protocols.
Jill advocates, empowers and provides self reliant tools and medicinal herbs rooted in traditions of Ayurveda, Chinese medicine and Western herbal medicine to enable clients to move toward their vital equilibrium. She offers several packages to foster ease, accountability and compliance from each individual.
So, there's no better time than the present to take the first step to reclaim your health and vitality. Malama (Take care) of your health and remember that personal Kuleana (Responsibility) is the key.