About Feather

Feather2Feather Jones is a Registered Clinical Herbalist in Western Herbalism who integrates herbal remedies, holistic nutrition, flower essences and stress reduction guidance.  Her 30 year career in teaching herbal medicine and clinical practice, coupled with a background in Native American (Mandan) tribal teachings, provides her clients and students with a synergistic approach to health and healing.

Presently she is Adjunct Professor of Botanical Medicine at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. As well, Feather was twice past president for the American Herbalists Guild. Her latest creation and focus is a new organic herbal tea company, Sedona Tea Blends. Sedona’s famed vortex energies and selected desert flower essences are infused into a mandala of medicinal botanicals that provide a wellness tea for body, mind and spirit. www.sedonateablends.com

An international lecturer, teacher and author, she is a strong animal rights activist and voice for the wild plants. Feather’s love of the land has kept her close to the earth, she is an avid hiker and spends most of her free time exploring off trail to hidden ruins, magical side canyons and red rock overlooks of Sedona.

Feather is available for speaking engagements. For resume e-mail Feather or leave a message.

Feather Jones is a Registered Clinical Herbalist in Western Herbalism who integrates herbal remedies, holistic nutrition, flower essences and stress reduction guidance. Her 30+ year career in teaching herbal medicine and clinical practice, coupled with a background in Native American (Mandan) tribal teachings, provides her clients and students with a synergistic approach to health and healing.

She is an instructor of botanical medicine at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. Feather served as the president for the American Herbalists Guild twice. She holds a certificate from the Santa Fe College of Natural Medicine as Clinical Herbalist from 1982.

Feather is an herbal consultant for the natural products industry and offers classes in Western Herbal Medicine open to the public as well as various gatherings and conferences around the country.

She has an organic herbal tea company, Sedona Tea Blends. Sedona’s famed vortex energies and selected desert flower essences are infused into a mandala of medicinal botanicals that provide a wellness tea for body, mind and spirit.

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