“The sessions allowed me to feel alive and present in my skin. I was able to see myself in a way I never have.”

Meet the Healers and Facilitators

Hanifa Nayo Washington

Hanifa Nayo Washington (she/hers) is an artist, soul teacher, and the Principal & Co-Founder of One Village Healing. Hanifa is a certified Reiki Master Practitioner and views her energy healing as radical medicine for individual and collective liberation. Also experience Hanifa’s original healing mantras on her latest album Mantras For The Revolution, offering seven original mantras - one for each chakra.

Angela Clinton

Angela (she/hers) is a fiercely loving organizer and trainer committed to justice and joy -- to large, systemic change and deep healing. Body movement and dance have cracked open for her a path to healing, self-love and individual and collective liberation. During the retreat she will invite each of us to move, sway and shake our bodies to tune-in to the emotions that reside within and to turn-on to our power.

Thema Graves, RMT

Thema (she/hers) is a healing artist who specializes in Reiki energy healing, and the Managing Director & Co-Founder of One Village Healing. Thema is certified in Usui/Holy Fire Reiki. She supports and empowers people with a space to relax, while acquiring mindfulness tools and divine knowledge on their road to healing and wholeness.


TW (she/her/they) is a radical queer educator, farmer, justice love healing warrior whose work involves finding our ways to full expression on a path of liberation, internally and collectively. She is beyond honored to show up for everything that arrives on this Bloodroot path, from logistics to laughter to loud ass noises. She will come with herbs, salves, grounding practices, and wildness.

Rachel Liu

Rachel (she/hers) is the creator of Bloodroot Sessions, curator of healing photographic experiences for womxn, artist, and mama. She's a pursuer of justice and a deep lover of community. Rachel believes in magic, the power of healing and is committed to working towards liberation for us all. She knows that when a womxn comes home to herself there is collective healing for everyone.

“I am so open and grateful at this moment, for the way I’m loving my body and myself. I wanted to thank you but I also realized that I should thank myself...because this has actually been here all along.”