PeoplesHub Workshop – Connect online as an individual

BIPOC Herbal Restoration for the Revolution


The work to disrupt and dismantle systems of oppression is exhausting. Compounded with racial trauma, generational trauma, chronic illness and the stresses of existing under capitalism, the work of creating liberatory futures can often result in poor health and burnout. This workshop offers participants the opportunity to tune into their bodies and cultivate a self care practice with the support of plant allies. We will explore herbs to help tune our nervous systems and sit in a collective meditation to invoke balance and growth to sustain our bodies through movement and revolution.




Asha Kuziwa

Training Length and Type:


2 hours per session


Connect as an individual

Workshop Offered:


Tuesday, July 14th


From 2-4pm PDT/ 4-6pm CDT/ 5-7pm EDT




Tuesday, July 21st


From 2-4pm PDT/ 4-6pm CDT/ 5-7pm EDT

This training is ideal for:


BIPOC people who are working directly in movement spaces or whose work contributes to the movement for liberation, and who are feeling burned out, emotionally drained and detached from their self care.

Training Outcomes:


You’ll come away with:

  • Tools to cultivate your self care practice through herbalism and meditation.

  • An understanding of adaptogens (herbs for supporting the body’s ability to process stress).

  • Information on the effects of trauma and stress on our physical and mental health.

What do you do to prepare?


Please choose a location with a strong internet connection, where you are able to share and listen comfortably. You’ll need a laptop or desktop computer, with video and headphones.



Free or by donation. Donations support us to offer more of these kinds of offerings. Our offerings are typically sliding scale from $20-$50. 

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Asha Kuziwa

Asha (they/them) is healer, teacher and student. They practice folk plant medicine as an integral part of their self care and survival, and believe in the transformational magic of healing with food. They are currently pursuing a graduate certificate in Holistic Nutrition, and are hoping to use this knowledge to help shift the way we care for people who have experienced trauma and live with chronic illness. You can follow them on Instagram at @asha.moon!