School of Magic
Wild Woman &
"It's not an accident that the pristine wilderness of our planet disappears as the understanding of our own inner wild nature fades," says Clarissa Pinkola Estés. Leah feels the same. She enjoys chatting with her animal and plant friends, manifesting with the lunar cycles, learning through oral tradition, and navigating the stars; but mostly, helping those in her community.
Leah has studied under many wise women in her life, but has learned most of her teachings from her mother and other elders [See pictured her Paternal Great Grandmother, Occupational Tealeaf Reader]. Some of her biggest influences have been Susan Week, Michelle Guerror, Scott Cunningham, Jessyka Winston, Vivianne Crowley, and the Appalachian Granny Woman. Leah is currently a Maryland Master Naturalist.
Over the years, Leah has developed a background in family-taught scrying methods such as tealeaf reading. She enjoys botanical and household magick; you may often find her foraging in the backcountry with Little Dog. She mainly appreciates the opportunity to support others in shadow work; metaphysical hygiene with self and home; practicing social meditation; and giving guided nature walks.