About Nadia Doe & Her vision
Nadia originally came into this work to resolve her lifelong depression, Borderline Personality Disorder and addiction. She was deeply unhappy with life and stuck in an unhealthy place when the plants and ancestors began to call to her.
As she began walking the Shamanic path, mentors and teachers appeared. She had the great fortune to learn traditional Ayahuasca Medicine with a Shipibo Maestro as well as mentor with an Armenian Shaman. Most of her work, however, was done in solitude as she unraveled her own childhood trauma of sexual abuse and learned to heal it through working with the plant spirits and ancestors who had called her forward.
Today, Nadia is best known as a Medicine Woman and her work takes many forms. Sometimes she is a healer, seeing and addressing dis-ease in the physical or energetic body. At other times, she is a portal, a bridge between worlds that allows people to reconnect with their true self, or the Divine. She stewards many into the Plant Medicine space, where she creates the ultimate safe and loving container for people to dive into themselves, to unfold and release what is holding them back.
It is important to note that while she has studied with several traditions, Nadia's work does not follow one tradition, but pieces of many. She believes that tradition means limitation and that nothing should be done the same way indefinitely. Just as in life, we are constantly in a state of change and Medicine Work is no different, it needs to change with the time and current need of our planet/collective. What does not change however, is the respect and reverence for working with Medicine and plant spirits.
Outside of Plant Medicine work, Nadia continues to offer healing touch and Shamanic counseling. She has been extensively trained in several energy healing modalities as well as in entity removal, land and space clearing, personality disorder treatment and animal communication. Nadia is the driving force behind Sacred Heart and is the pillar behind most of the church activities.
In 2019, Nadia was called to relocate to the Pacific Northwest to open the first branch of Sacred Heart Medicine Sanctuary. Her and her husband, Eric, are currently in the process of purchasing property to begin construction of the new facility near Vancouver, Washington.