About Me

Kylee Foote Herbalist & Reiki Master Teacher

 

       I truly believe when we share our knowledge and abilities with others, the whole world benefits. From a young age, friends, family, and strangers alike have sought me out for advice, so sharing what I know and have learned over the years, comes very naturally to me, and I just genuinely enjoy helping people.

       I believe it is essential to see and hear beyond what is right in front of us. There is so much that can be learned about a person or situation by seeing and hearing what is not said, what is not shown. In fact, often times being mindful of these subtleties is what uncovers the root of the problem and can help me as an herbalist and energy worker to aid a person more fully.

       My own journey to wellness began with Reiki and has spiraled upwards and out, ever evolving until it now encompasses energy work, herbalism, vitalism, spiritualism, mindfulness, and wild foraging--all things that help me stand in my integrity and connect more fully to my authentic self and the world around me.

       I am a certified Reiki Master Teacher in Usui-Tera Mai Reiki, which has a more Earth-minded and shamanistic focus. I encompass other energy healing techniques as well as my medical intuition, allowing everything to flow naturally and intertwine. Studying the healing art of Reiki sent me on a quest for a more holistic lifestyle, which led me to herbalism.

       As an herbalist I studied at the CommonWealth Center for Holistic Herbalism where the curriculum is rooted in Traditional Western herbalism and the vitalist tradition and informed by science. I have learned a great deal about supporting our bodies with nourishing foods and herbs that match our individual constitutions and have come to embrace the wisdom in the wildness of life. The more wild you can eat, move, sleep, and breathe, the more vital you will feel.

       I strive to be as mindful as possible in my foraging and harvesting in an effort to not only sustain our current ecosystems, but revitalize them where at all possible. Rewilding the population is important work for the people, as well as the planet!