The sisters behind Holy Herbal
They are known as The Brazilian KAKAO Priestess who modernised ancient wisdom to fit today's society.
The sisters love to bring sacredness to our every day lives in a fun, light and simple way as they believe rituals don't need to be boring but respected. There's no need for fuss, you just need to respect Mother Nature and connect to the spirit of the plant and you have access to its healing power.
MEET THE GIRLS
Liza, millennial witch, medicine woman and holistic therapist.
She has been studying and working with herbs and holistic therapies for over 10 years. She is now on her final year of TCM/acupuncture besides being a qualified herbalist and naturopath. Liza believes that all women are sacred and deserve daily rituals to fill our self-love cups.
You can find her running her shop in Northbridge, one of the business in conjunction with her sister Lili, helping customers to empower themselves through the use of herbs and stones.
Liza is also a cacao and sacred circles facilitator, where she is happy to be of service activating the herbs during smudging for aura and space cleansing. She is now developing a new business as a beauty/wellness and higher vibes influencer to teach women how to incorporate daily rituals in their everyday life for self care and self love.
“We all have the power and tools we need to heal ourselves and become the goddesses and gods we are meant to be, we just need to learn how to access that within ourselves”.
Lili is The KAKAO Fairy & Sacred Circle Facilitator
"A Mayan prophecy tells us that when
the balance between human beings and nature
becomes threatened, Cocoa comes from the
rainforest to open people's hearts and bring the
planet back to a state of harmony.
This time has come! Many people have felt the call of
this powerful medicine that is Sacred Cocoa."
"...When serving Cacao my heart beats with gratitude. My serving to the world. I allow myself to feel this loveliness and with each Ceremony more hearts vibrate in this expansion."
Lili was called to work with Brazilian women, and since then she started a new movement in the local community.
She is now studying with a mentor in Brazil to become a Lithotherapy practioner, which is an alternative system of medicine that uses the mineral composition, energy and colours of stones to harmonise and balance the body, mind and soul.