Sarah Wu is the current Educational Director of the Punta Mona Center for Regenerative Design & Botanical Studies and leads projects and workshops in nutrition, holistic cooking, permaculture and herbal medicine. A qualified herbalist for 15 years, her practice is enriched by formal studies in Traditional Chinese, Cherokee and America Eclectic Plant Medicine. Sarah currently practices and teaches Planetary Energetic, Traditional Chinese and Wise Woman Tradition herbal medicine with a focus on food based healing and herbal first aid. Sarah is a co-producer of Envision Festival, Uvita, Costa Rica, curating the Village Witches: healing sanctuary, sacred fire, elixir bars, herbal first aid clinic and educational workshops. She is also the founder of Medicines from the Edge: A Tropical Herbal Convergence, hosted annually to unite herbalists of plant enthusiasts of the Americas. Dedicated to education and practical regenerative living, ethnobotany, specializing in food, culture and traditional plant medicine, Sarah is an avid naturalist, endangered plant advocate, permaculturist and environmentalist with a deep understanding of the complexities of sustainable living, transitional ethics and positive movement towards a more sustainable and evolved future. We are excited to have her as a mentor and facilitator in our May 2017 program.