The Southeast Wise Women offices are based at Earthaven Ecovillage in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Founder and Director Corinna Wood and many of the organization’s staff also live within the extended Earthaven community.
The her-story of Southeast Wise Women is that the educational organization evolved out of Red Moon Herbs--a sister herbal medicine business--over the last two decades, to offer now renowned programs in herbal education for women.
The Southeast Wise Women programs, based in the Wise Woman Tradition, inspire women to deepen a connection to ourselves, the Earth and each other . . .
Connecting with ourselves
We support a connection to the self by fostering self love, body acceptance, innate intuition and deep nourishment.
Connecting with the earth
We encourage a connection to the earth by tuning into her cycles and connecting to earth-based healing traditions that include local plants as medicine.
Connecting with our sisters
We foster a connection to each other by weaving a web of sisterhood that is supportive and non-competitive, one that builds connections between women of all backgrounds, faiths, colors, shapes and sizes.