Sierra and Molly source inspiration from the rhythms of life created by Earth’s vital forces and elements, and are excited to share their insights with you
Sierra Brashear, MA is an Ayurvedic Practitioner, DONA-trained doula and herbalist. As founder of Vibrant Souls, Sierra has supported thousands of women to deepen their wellness and reconnect to their powerful centers using herbal blends, especially the yoni steam. As co-founder of Moon Bath, Sierra helps to curate earth integrated bathing rituals that connect people to the rhythms of nature. She is a graduate of Alandi Ayurveda's 2-year 2,000+ hour Practitioner of Ayurveda program in Boulder, Colorado, and has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Colorado as well as a Master's Degree from the United Nations mandated University for Peace in Costa Rica. Sierra believes that by tuning in to our unique womb wisdom, leveraging our feminine power and intellect, and drawing on our ancestral wisdom, we will discover contemporary ways to heal ourselves, our families and our planet. Sierra also loves to garden under the sun, dance under the stars and explore new places around the globe.
Molly is an Ayurvedic Practitioner (and self-proclaimed Self-Care Extraordinaire) dedicated to inspiring wellness in the world around her. She is an advocate for body-positivity, self-love and the realness of an individual’s experience. Upon graduating from The University of Missouri with a degree in Women’s & Gender Studies, Molly quickly surrendered to India and slowly surrendered to herself. Somewhere along the way, she accidentally became a traveler, discovering the power and patience of watching the Universe unfold. It was during this discovery that she stumbled upon Ayurveda and began to immerse herself in its wonders. After more than 2,000 hours of study and clinical experience with Alandi Gurukula, Molly is eager to continue sharing and exploring of the healing wisdom of Ayurveda. When not seeing clients in an Ayurvedic setting, Molly enjoys facilitating yoga/mindfulness for children and hosting women's circles on the New Moon.