28 Dec Amy Mea Woodruff
Mea is the founding Mother behind the Spirit Weavers Gathering. Her love for nature and earth play began at a very young age. She was raised on her family’s farm in Southern California, spending most of her childhood outdoors, camping, connecting with her animals and eating foods and fruits from her family’s abundant gardens.
Mea is a gatherer, artisan, student of the heart path and a Mother. For almost two decades now, Mea has been consistently honing her craft, expanding her creativity and love for earth based skills. With Spirit Weavers now at the forefront of her time Mea spends most of the year deep in gathering prep and organization.
Mea has spent many years diving into her ancestral lineage and understands the importance of honoring those who walked before her in a good way. The Spirit Weavers Gathering is an homage to those Ancestors who lived a life of simplicity and in harmony with the earth.
For the last 14 years, Mea has lived on the Island of Kauai with her partner and eleven year old daughter Naia. Together they enjoy traveling, creating music, and meditation. Most recently Mea and her family have been spending the summers on the Spirit Weavers land, Cedar Bloom in Southern Oregon.