Berenice Dimas (she/ her/ ella pronouns) is a queer herbalist and birthworker. Her work encourages people to (re)connect with plants, the land and their own ancestral traditions. Berenice is the founder of Hood Herbalism, a community based herbal education project. Find out more about Berenice’s work by visiting her website berenicedimas.com
Trauma-informed Support and only for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color).
“Berenice brought to my family the intentional care, deep listening, and sincere support we didn’t think we needed during my pregnancies. She is not a regular birth worker, she is also a healer and brings all her knowledge from plant medicine, reiki, massages to her practice which makes it so enjoyable and trustworthy. I can’t recommend enough of her services because I never though birth could be such a magical process and it’s only because of her continuous support that I felt empowered to bring the best of me while bringing my babies to life.” – Client
“The program is both practical and spiritual. It is both magical and concrete. It allows you to both explore the inner and make connections with the outer. You’ll undoubtedly leave the program with an itch to learn more about herbalism for yourself and your community!” – Client
Doula Training with Roots of Labor in the Bay Area.
For our online classes, we offer ASL interpretation as closed captioning. In private sessions, I offer ASL interpretation (if needed) and closed captioning as well. I’m not offering anything in-person at the moment.