herbalism ● restorative ecology ● education


Using plant medicine  and holistic assessment to support your health and well-being.

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Restorative Ecology

Supporting the recovery of damaged and
degraded ecosystems.

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Building confidence and skills through
engaging training and workshops.

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Kaleigh is a clinical herbalist, a restoration ecologist and an educator.

I work at the intersection of human & environmental health. In my herbal practice, I matchmake people with plant medicines and work with clients to support them in meeting their holistic health goals.

I weave an understanding of physiology, processes of disease and disharmonies, constitutional assessment, plant chemistry and herbal–medication interactions with client-centered, trauma informed care.

In the years I have been studying herbal medicine my teachers have included Savayda Jarone, RHP, CHT, MNIMH, 7Song, RH(AHG), Ember Peters, RHP (HANS), Stascha Stahl, Vilde Chaya Fenster-Ehrlich, Shabina Lafleur-Gangji RAc RTCMP and Colleen Emery, Cl.H, RHT (BCHA).

While I was a student at the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine, I completed clinical mentorship with 7Song at the Ithaca Free Clinic, working alongside

an integrative health team supporting community members at no-cost.

I completed a Graduate Certificate in Ecosystem Restoration at Niagara College which built my skills in working with the ecosystem, soil and water to support harmed and degraded landscapes move towards repair.

I know human and environmental health to be inseparable and see it as a big honour and responsibility as a herbalist to support the repair, recovery and resilience of the land. I work in deep reverence for the living world around me and with a strong commitment to dismantling the structures that degrade, displace and destroy the land and water.

I am a settler of Scottish ancestry working in Hamilton, ON, available to collaborate in person or virtually.

My practice is based on the territory of Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, Mississauga,
Neutral, Erie and Huron-Wendat in Hamilton, ON.

I believe that our personal wellbeing, community health and health of the ecosystem are dependent on abolishing
the racist colonial Canadian state and the violent systems that uphold it.