Show Notes



Shamanic Medicine Woman, Community Activist


Suzannah Tebbe Davis is a contemporary medicine woman who weaves a diverse blend of mind/body/spirit offerings based on over two decades of study in indigenous wisdom traditions and western theoretical practices. Suzannah has also held key leadership positions in social justice issues and systems change. In addition to her private practice, where she offers workshops, retreats and ceremonies internationally for individuals and groups, Suzannah serves in a leadership role within Asheville Community Roots, a local grassroots movement which incorporates spirituality as a fundamental aspect of activism.

We discuss:

  1. Sacred Activism: Standing for the Rights of Nature

  2. Ñust`as: Healing Forces of Nature – England Training with Ellen Kittredge

  3. The body as a reservoir for memories.

  4. Blending Chakras and Shamanism

  5. Ayni - Sacred Reciprocity

You can find Suzannah Tebbe Davis at

Show Notes:

Sacred Activism For Modern Times | Learn More

Community Roots | Get Involved

Ellen Kittredge | Shamanic Practitioner | Learn More

Ñust`as | Indigenous Andean Healing Modalities | Learn More

Anodea Judith | Chakras & Activism | Learn More

Steve Norris | 10-day Fast and Prayer Ceremony | Learn More

Sumak Kawsay | Indigenous Teachings | Learn More

Pachacuti | Overturning of Space & Time | Learn More

Taripay Pacha| Age of Knowing Ourselves Again | Learn More

Ayni | Sacred Reciprocity | Learn More

Hoocha | La Limpia Ritual | Learn More