Interviews on Herbal Radio with Thomas Dick | Featuring Patricia Cortez

Today’s Herbal Radio episode is released in conjunction with a Mountain Rose Herbs blog post by bilingual-bicultural holistic practitioner, Patricia Cortez. Patricia sits down with Thomas in his studio and recounts her childhood in El Salvador, her maternal grandmother’s role as a “Spiritist” in her community, and the history of Día de Muertos. We hope you enjoy this touching podcast full of storytelling, wisdom, and a deep heart.  

Patricia Cortez is a bilingual-bicultural holistic practitioner at Eugene Reiki Healing.

Mayan-Pipil is her maternal lineage and Aztec-Chorris her paternal lineage. She was trained by Mamá Trini, her maternal grandmother who was a Spiritist” -the one who talks to Spirits, in the healing arts and in indigenous practices. She is a Sacred Fire tender and performs Sacred Fire Ceremonies on behalf of this community. She graduated from Portland State University as a Clinical Social Worker in 2005 and worked as a mental health clinician for over 15 years. She is currently an Adjourn Professor in Latinx Family and Culture at Pacific University and Administrative Program Coordinator at the Trauma Healing Project a nonprofit organization in town. She leads a small private practice offering Reiki, Energy Medicine, Abdominal Massage, Sound Treatment and other healing arts; for the past 8 years she has offered classes and workshops on Indigenous and Reiki Practices, Self-Healing, Ancestral Healing, Mayan Calendar, Healing of Earth, Reconciliation of Feminine & Masculine, Toltec Numerology, Dream Implantation, Working with Weather Beings and Energies in English and Spanish. She performs Womb Ceremony and works with Invisible Realms, Sacred Fire, the Moon, Copal, Weather Beings and Cacao.

You can find Patricia here: www.eugenereikihealing.com

Read Patricia's blog "Copal: A Healer, Protector, & Guide for Dia de Muertos" here

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Patricia Cortez on Herbal Radio

 


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Written by Elise on October 28, 2022

Elise is a proud mother and Marketing Coordinator at Mountain Rose Herbs. She completed a two-year apprenticeship with the Columbines School of Botanical Studies and completed Rosemary Gladstar's The Science and Art of Herbalism online course. She enjoys continuing her herbal education through inspiring books, talks, and homemade herbal preparations. In addition to her plant-based studies, she has a BA in Business and a minor in Cultural Anthropology. Also an artist, Elise loves to draw and fill her time with her family and sweet Aussie, cooking up good food, working on their property, and exploring the Oregon wilderness.


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Interviews on Herbal Radio with Thomas Dick | Featuring Patricia Cortez

Today’s Herbal Radio episode is released in conjunction with a Mountain Rose Herbs blog post by bilingual-bicultural holistic practitioner, Patricia Cortez. Patricia sits down with Thomas in his studio and recounts her childhood in El Salvador, her maternal grandmother’s role as a “Spiritist” in her community, and the history of Día de Muertos. We hope you enjoy this touching podcast full of storytelling, wisdom, and a deep heart.  

Patricia Cortez is a bilingual-bicultural holistic practitioner at Eugene Reiki Healing.

Mayan-Pipil is her maternal lineage and Aztec-Chorris her paternal lineage. She was trained by Mamá Trini, her maternal grandmother who was a Spiritist” -the one who talks to Spirits, in the healing arts and in indigenous practices. She is a Sacred Fire tender and performs Sacred Fire Ceremonies on behalf of this community. She graduated from Portland State University as a Clinical Social Worker in 2005 and worked as a mental health clinician for over 15 years. She is currently an Adjourn Professor in Latinx Family and Culture at Pacific University and Administrative Program Coordinator at the Trauma Healing Project a nonprofit organization in town. She leads a small private practice offering Reiki, Energy Medicine, Abdominal Massage, Sound Treatment and other healing arts; for the past 8 years she has offered classes and workshops on Indigenous and Reiki Practices, Self-Healing, Ancestral Healing, Mayan Calendar, Healing of Earth, Reconciliation of Feminine & Masculine, Toltec Numerology, Dream Implantation, Working with Weather Beings and Energies in English and Spanish. She performs Womb Ceremony and works with Invisible Realms, Sacred Fire, the Moon, Copal, Weather Beings and Cacao.

You can find Patricia here: www.eugenereikihealing.com

Read Patricia's blog "Copal: A Healer, Protector, & Guide for Dia de Muertos" here

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Patricia Cortez on Herbal Radio

 


Topics: Herbal Radio

Elise

Written by Elise on October 28, 2022

Elise is a proud mother and Marketing Coordinator at Mountain Rose Herbs. She completed a two-year apprenticeship with the Columbines School of Botanical Studies and completed Rosemary Gladstar's The Science and Art of Herbalism online course. She enjoys continuing her herbal education through inspiring books, talks, and homemade herbal preparations. In addition to her plant-based studies, she has a BA in Business and a minor in Cultural Anthropology. Also an artist, Elise loves to draw and fill her time with her family and sweet Aussie, cooking up good food, working on their property, and exploring the Oregon wilderness.