Meagan Claire Hall is a herbal educator, certified herbal practitioner, and student of healing touch.  She is trained in Southern Folk Medicine and Western Herbal Traditions.

Originally from Middle Tennessee, Meagan grew up amongst the trees and leaves, rocks and waters, heat waves and ice storms of the South.  After receiving a BFA in textiles from the Appalachian Center for Craft, she headed west and began her plant education in the Pacific Northwest on a medicinal herb farm off the coast of Seattle.  Inspired by her experience at the farm, she took an herbal medicine making class at Bastyr University and never looked back.  Since then, Meagan has completed two well-renowned herbal certification courses, the most recent of which was a three year herbal practitioner program with fourth generation southern folk herbalist Phyllis Light, MH, RH(AHG).  She is also a current student of Healing Touch, a nurturing, heart-centered energy therapy that assists in balancing physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Meagan is a member of the American Herbalist Guild (AHG) and founding member of the Tennessee Chapter of the American Herbalist Guild.  She is particularly interested in women's reproductive health, grief processing and recovery, and using plants and food to instigate radical self care and discovery.


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