House of Gaia is a re-incarnation with a twist of a few favorite projects I had, Gaia House Supply and The Mystic Lotus, I felt that there was so much growth over the years it was time to move in a more fulfilling and collective version of what I’d like to offer. Gaia is the all mother -she is nature, she is abundance and bounty, she is nourishment and health, she is life as we know it, the one who nurtures and heals us. I am Gaia, you are Gaia. She plays an important role in my (and my family’s) holistic lifestyle, and I am here to share her wisdom.
In this platform small batch, sustainable and holistic goods are offered to help support my work, but the main goal is to offer a holistic lifestyle education. House of Gaia’s focus will be to provide helpful information, services and goods to those who are interested in crafting their own plant allies/medicines, yoga, meditation and affirmations, wholesome recipes, healthy and affordable meal planning, becoming more self-sustainable, holistic living, health and wellness that is easily grasped and attainable in hopes to connect our community together so we can all flourish.
I’m Abigail, I’m a wife, a mom, a kitchen witch, and a nature obsessed yogi. My passion is to live a conscious lifestyle by homesteading, utilizing sustainable resources, crafting herbal remedies, creating rituals, practicing yoga, cultivating community, and sharing helpful tidbits / adventures / experiences along the way with hopes to inspire and enlighten others to create a healthier, happier, and more sustainable lifestyle for the greater good.
More About Abigail:
Abigail, a yoga instructor/educator, herbalist, holistic health + nutrition enthusiast, small business owner, and cannabis advocate, spends the majority of her days playing outside with her kids, working with plants + crafting medicines. She continuously expands her mind + body awareness through studies/practices, and sharing them through mindful writings to encourage and discuss healing the body of physical discomfort and emotionally stored pain through holistic nutrition, folk medicine, sustainable living, yoga and meditation.