Anne Louise Burdett

I am a flower and medicinal plant farmer. I make kitchen experiments and dance choreography and I am deeply in love with marine mammals and ocean ecology. I am excited to create space for imaginative and generative conversation around your desires and dreams. 

I have a clinical practice of 10 years focusing on Western Constitutional herbal medicine & intuitive counseling. I am a gatherer of tools, exercises and resources and integrate somatics and movement for trauma release and nervous system attunement. During a consultation I will hold space to collaboratively create goals and a comprehensive plan for you to meet them. 

I believe deeply in the unique contributions we each make to one another’s wellness, aliveness, and discovery of who we become every single day. I offer my own particular blend of imagination, intellect and curiosity to whomever shows up at my door.


A few words on Tradition

This is from talented colleague Miel Rose of Flame and Honeycomb. Look up her amazing work!

“Traditions are living, breathing, evolving creatures; they are not stagnant.  They are defined by and meant to meet the people’s needs.  Traditions are recognized by colonizers as an essential part of a people’s spirit, and are therefore immediately under attack.  Colonization and genocide have a way of interrupting tradition and freezing it in the moment, destroying its continuity and evolution and making it a static thing of the past.  It is important to remember that while traditions draw on past knowledge and practices, they are meant to serve the needs of today. For white people coming from various European pagan heritages, our traditions were largely destroyed a very long time ago.  We grasp at the fragments that have survived, or pilfer from more recently colonized peoples to fill the gaping hole in our spirits.  The latter is, more often than not, hugely disrespectful and appropriative and salt in the wounds of peoples who were not only most likely colonized by our biological ancestors but whose cultures are still under attack today. We all have ancestors that practiced earth based spirituality at one point.  We need to remember that all traditions find their source in spirit, that traditions evolve out of an active relationship with spirit, and because the spirit source is always there for us to access, no knowledge is ever truly lost.”

Zell Maude Crews was my maternal great grandmother. My name, Anne Louise, comes from my two grandmothers: Anne Shaw Richardson, and Louise Baker Lineberry. My work is for and from them.



DONA Labor and Birth Doula

Western Constitutional Clinical Herbalist

OWL- Our Whole Lives Sexual Health Educator

Hatha Flow Yoga Instructor

Pre-Natal Yoga Instructor

Biomagnetic Pair Therapist

Somatic Experiencing Pracitioner- 1st year completed

Feminarium Sex and Sexuality Counselor

Permaculture Designer

Holistic Management Farmer


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