Born + raised in Missoula, Andreja finds bliss in life’s nectar. She takes pleasure in honoring the feminine divine + being a sensual Goddess through a journey of self love + connecting to her community. Andreja is a Tantric Sexuality Wellness Coach trained by The Tantric Institute of Integrated Sexuality. She's here to share her mojo.
Hailey is a graphic designer, stylist and creator of The Lovely Wild. Her early years were spent traipsing around the fjords of Norway and Alaska, where she and her siblings whiled away the the long dark winters crafting things by hand and playing make-believe in the forest.
In 2007 she moved to Montana and fell deeply in love with the West. In addition to design, Hailey also teaches branding and animation classes at the University of Montana. She loves slow living, seasonal recipes and any excuse to play with herbs and flowers.
Justene Sweet is an herbalist by trade and a plant woman by nature. She was born of the arid hills of south central British Columbia and transplanted to the mountains and valleys of western Montana. Justene has studied with herbalists in Canada and the United States, she finds great joy in the fusion of many herbal traditions and hands on experience.
Here in Montana, you can find her wandering and wildcrafting the fields and forests or along the rivers edge seeking warmth and wisdom beneath the ponderosa pines and junipers.
Justene is the creator of Wild Iris Herbs; the name behind her herbal musings, photography, classes, herb walks and consultations. She also works at Meadowsweet Herbs in downtown Missoula.
Kendra began practicing yoga in 1999 and teaching in 2005. Her yoga practice has helped her navigate life in Los Angeles, New York, through her transition from single woman to wife and finally mother to daughter Sukha Belle and Lucian Moon. In 2014, she found herself elated to be back practicing in the mountains of Missoula, MT.
Her fascination with yoga began with the revelation that one can move while in prayer, and has continued through the joyous exploration of Sukha Sthira, the balance between exertion and ease. Yoga has made her a nicer person, and she continues to work toward encountering the Self through sharing the practice. She is also a professional actor, reiki practitioner, and birth doula.
Bridget Ambrose is an energy medicine healer that provides both remote and in-person sessions.
Leveraging her work as an Intuitive Reiki Master, Integrated CranioSacral Practitioner along with additional healing modalities Bridget is able to help people to understand how they are and who they are at a deeper level. By intuitively identifying stagnant energy in the body she can facilitate a shift to allow energy to move in and increase healing.
In addition to this she is a self taught interior stylist who creates spaces for people to feel energetically balanced and nourished in their home.
Bridget has a degree in Psychology and an extended background in Child Development. Prior to her healing practice she worked with children and parents in a variety of settings including mommy-and-me, preschool and parenting classes.
Jessica Peeblson completed her first full-immersion yoga teacher training in Spring 2008. Post-graduation, she spent five years traveling the Pacific Northwest, New Zealand and Canada, teaching full-time and gaining invaluable working knowledge of many body types and common injuries. She returned to Missoula in May 2010 and has taught Gosh-lineage hatha yoga in some capacity ever since.
In August of 2016 she held her first class at her own healing and retreat space, the Hummingbird Lodge – a dream conceived into reality with the help of her husband and supportive family. In addition to teaching hatha yoga, Jessica holds a bachelors degree in Human Biological Sciences from the University of Montana. She teaches prenatal and postnatal yoga, is a Reiki practitioner and is currently building her sound healing practice out of her home space. She is passionate about holistic health, spirituality and wellness, and takes any opportunity to expand her own offerings to her hometown community.