Maryanne Moodie is an innovative fiber artisan from Australia who is now residing in Brooklyn, NYC. Her art takes the form of woven tapestries and all things fiber inspired, and she is best known for creating heart-opening pieces that enchant the eye through unexpected techniques and stunning colour combinations. Her work is intricate, modern, expansive, and always brings a touch of the natural world to any sacred space.
Andrea Rokosz is a mystical-chic jewellery artisan and the owner of Army of Rokosz in Vancouver. Her jewels are both spirited and bad-ass, infusing feminine power into ceremony and daily ritual. Army of Rokosz hand-crafted pieces are inspired by ancient techniques and contemporary beauty, infused with both symbolism and intention.
Lane Edwards is a natural scent alchemist and the creator of Pura Botanicals from Edmonton, Alberta. She has loved making healing elixirs with natural ingredients since childhood, spending her days on the front steps crafting potions. Lane’s passion for organic products led her to create a skincare and beauty line that infuses the natural world with luxurious indulgence. The Pura process of creating personalized fragrances is nothing short of a sacred ritual that brings forth the spirit of the individual wearer. Lane’s work and purpose is to elevate women through inspiring their most natural beauty.
Erin Ross is a wildly talented artist, drawing and painting (and soon tattooing!) in her Edmonton, Alberta studio. Known for her stunning landscapes and high vibration crystal art, Erin’s work is moved by her raw experience with the natural world and her surroundings. She is inspired by the land she grew up on, and she continues to derive inspiration from the art community she is engaged in. Her art is expansive, bringing life and dynamism into the sacred space it abides.
Julia Wills and Alex Kummerow are the creators of Herbivore, an ethical, natural, and luxurious skin care brand founded in their Seattle kitchen. Julia and Alex were inspired to create a collection of products that are nourishing for the body, both inside and out. As everything we put on the skin is absorbed into the body, Herbivore ethically sources wholesome and high-vibration ingredients for everything they craft, also infusing the utmost intention and love in each part of the process. Believing also in the ritual of bathing, Herbivore’s products are indulgent treasures, designed to inspire the richest source within.
Sophia Rose is a Master Herbalist, nomadic medicine maker, and fierce lover of the Earth’s magic. Trained clinically and moved by spirit, Sophia created La Abeja Herbs to share her plant wisdom with the world. Always travelling with the winds and the folk medicine show, she brings whimsical artisanship and healing clarity to each community she finds, and to those who are blessed to find her.
Sarah Bowker is a spirited yogini and goddess entrepreneur from Edmonton, Alberta, where she creates the ceremonial and luxurious Shakti collections. Moved by symbolic adornments and a heart wide open, Sarah’s designs communicate the power of feminine liberation. Making jewelry from a young age and inspired by travels to India, Shakti’s radiant pieces are derived from both ancient wisdom and individual creativity. Sarah loves the unconventional lifestyle that accompanies the bohemian spirit, and she conveys the power of trusting one’s intuition and personal truth in her artistry.
Moon Minded Medicine was created by herbalist, Siena Perez del Campo & her partner & creative entrepreneur, Gabriel Vicente. Moved by her love of plant life, Siena created this small business with the hopes of connecting people to the natural world. Holy Smokes are a mode of uniting plants and humans, as we breathe in the herbal blends during daily ritual or significant ceremony. Siena’s partner in both life and business, Gabriel, is a problem-solver and an artisanal bread-maker.
Myrah Penaloza is a designer and yogini from California, currently residing in Edmonton, Alberta after following her heart to the prairies. Myrah is moved by gathering community for the purpose of deepening the understanding of Self, and she lives this passion through the co-creation of Bloom and other events that honour the spirit of this beautiful life. Myrah’s Kundalini Gowns are inspired by her vast knowledge and training in the realms of Kundalini yoga, as well as her skillful sense of the simple and the luxurious, of ancient yet contemporary design.
Brittany Hopkins is an elegant, boho jewellery artisan and the owner of Anice in Toronto. Brittany was inspired by jewels at a young age, always loving and admiring the gems of her grandmother, Anice. Brittany’s spirit lies in weaving vintage treasures with modern design, gracefully restoring older pieces into unique and radiant collections. From bringing women together to learn the skill of jewelry-making, to uniting loved ones separated by centuries through the jewels that travel through time, Brittany’s artistry speaks to the sacred timelessness and purpose of adornment.