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  • RA MA VENICE Venice Beach (map)

In this workshop, Jessa Blades celebrity makeup artist, herbalist and pioneer in the natural beauty movement and myself will come together to share our combined knowledge:

To reconnect to the self in the present moment and design your future self using the teachings of herbs, self care rituals and short cut techniques to dispel old patterns.

We will use plants and flowers to guide you to uncover what the present and future self wants and needs, creating clarity to uncover what feels good and true in any aspect of your life.

Working with one of three plants:

  • Rose to soften and create healthy boundaries
  • Lemon Balm for grief
  • joy and merriment in the heart and Mugwort to dream your best self.

We will drink the plant, revel in the smell and journey using the plant as an ally in an active meditation accessing and creating a transformation. Space will be created for you to formulate your own bath soak which will support sealing your intention in after the workshop. Taking away a restored balance in the body, mind and spirt strengthening the connection to activate all of your senses and step into all of who you want to become.


JESSA BLADES is a celebrity makeup artist, herbalist and wellness expert and pioneer in the natural beauty movement. Well before entire media platforms were dedicated to dissecting the toxicity of the modern woman’s beauty regimen, Jessa was busy testing and developing her very own clean beauty line of skincare and herbal tea. Jessa launched Blades Natural Beauty in 2008, marking the beginning of a fifteen year journey to educate and empower women to heal themselves (and their skin) from the inside out using food, herbs, and the best products products available. In addition to coaching her clients one-on-one through simple plant-based beauty and food routines, Jessa has expanded her practice to workshops and masterclass trainings to educate inspire with a focus on wellness, cannabis, natural beauty, Ayurveda, and food-as-medicine. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, VOGUE, Well + Good, Glamour, Mind Body Green, Refinery29, and Into the Gloss to name a few.

Later Event: May 9