Ready to respond to your calling amid the tugs and seductions of 21st century life?
Ready to meet the full humanity of each person in your life with your your own?
Ready to commit to the difficult and nourishing effort needed to know and live as who you are?
Ready to craft a potent life of practice that reflects and supports your evolution?
LET’S WORK TOGETHER AS YOU ANCHOR YOURSELF IN THE DEPTHS OF YOUR OWN KINDNESS AND HONESTY: IN PRACTICE, SMACK IN THE MIDDLE OF YOUR LIFE, SMACK IN THE MIDDLE OF PUBLIC STRIFE AND UNCERTAINTY
Sara Eisenberg is a healer, herbalist, activist and elder. A life-long learner, Sara draws on her many years of questioning, practice, training, and experience as a guide, facilitator and educator in community, academic, and spiritually-based settings. She is the founder of A Life of Practice, her online home where she integrates her work in Nondual Kabbalistic Healing, Herbal Medicine and Radical Inclusion with A Life of Practice©. She meets with clients in her Baltimore office and online.
"Thanks to your treatment this is the best day I’ve had in over a week, month …. I felt a discernible shift about 11:15 p.m. last night. Today I feel grounded, intact, in the flow of things. Not anxious, overwhelmed, irritable."
"The herbal powder is wonderful...My back issues are improving, and I am finding that taking the whole day’s worth of herbs just before yoga class provides a huge benefit."
"When I was recovering from Lyme disease several years ago, I developed terrible allergies. Sara concocted an herbal formula for me that both helped alleviate my symptoms and helped to rebuild my immune system. I no longer suffer from any chronic allergies and when I do have periodic recurrences of symptoms, I know just how to manage them without the chemical medications that often lead to uncomfortable side effects. Thanks so much for your detailed attentiveness."
"I want you to know that I like what you said: 'The effects will also build cumulatively and help rebuild your resilience at deeper levels as time goes on.' As I read those words I could hear you and I took a spontaneous deep breath when I read those words… they are like a promise, encouragement that I can/will rebuild, replenish, replete. Thank you, Sara!"