Mimi Hernandez, MS, RH(AHG) comes from a background as a clinical herbalist, educator, and ethnobotanist. Her herbal practice integrates scientific understanding, traditional reverence, and intuitive awareness. Her clinical strategies are influenced from teachers such as James Duke, Kevin Spelman, James Snow, and Simon Mills through Maryland University of Integrative Health. She is also influenced by herbal grandmother lineage, the Indiana Amish, and South American Shamanism. The foundation of her work includes stress management, anti-inflammatory living, and support for chronic conditions. Mimi has directed, designed, and instructed herb school curriculum for 8 years. During that time she has managed a student run herbal clinic and a fully stocked apothecary and product line. She currently continues her mentorship and clinical work through One World Healing Community and works with 3-4 commited and independantly creative mentees per year in a “pod” or round table fashion. Students are responsible for bringing clients to the table and client intakes are conducted by teleconference with Mimi's participation. Mimi only works with clients who support her mentorship work by allowing learninig experiences. She is skilled at formulation but currently works with reliable formulators to provide her clients’ herbs. Mimi specializes in Appalachian herbs, local abundant plants, antioxidant support, common sense kitchen and garden herbalism, and uses a simple constitutional model of differential assessment.
- Mostly Distance but available for in Person, Mostly Work Trade, Students in my mentorship pod join the One World Healing Community and are given administrative responsibilities. We have a price per hour time exchange formula. They also serve as Instructor assistants and mentors to our beginner students.
- Clinical Specialties: clinical intake, paperwork, formulation, client compliance issues, chronic conditions, cardiovascular health, herbalist career planning, personal responsibility and life perspective.