SELF CARE IS COMMUNITY CARE
COMMUNITY CARE IS SELF CARE
Welcome to the WeHive
Zoë Kosovic (she/ her[s]/ they/ their[s]) is a Certified Massage Therapist, yoga instructor, Master-level Reiki practitioner, Permaculture Women's Guild-certified regenerative systems designer, and biodynamic beekeeper. They graduated magna cum laude from Goucher College with a B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature having completed additional studies at Las Universidades de Granada, Salamanca, & Sevilla.
Since formally beginning her work life in the wine industry where she developed a fascination with natural wines, sustainable viticulture, and biodynamic practices, her career has traced a trajectory ever-more focused on generative health, personal and community empowerment, and liberation from dominant pathological systems. The permaculture ethics of People Care, Earth Care, and Future Care provide a tidy-ish framework to encompass the breadth and purpose of Zoë’s life work.
Regenerative design, resilience training, and biomimicry (learning from the patterns and processes of Nature) infuse and inform Zoë’s approach to the body, relationships, economics, and purposeful living. The ethos and eros of permaculture and apis arborea (aka apis mellifera/ honey bees) are frequently incorporated into their classes.
She values current evidence-based approaches to the body and aims to foster a culture of accessibility, agency, and consent in both her bodywork and yoga practices.
Zoë bows in deep respect to the indigenous cultures and practices that form the basis of permaculture. They live on unceded Awaswas (Amah Mutsun) land in Santa Cruz, CA.
Zoë is the organizer and founding member of The Loom Collective (aka TLC Santa Cruz), a community hub for integrative health services.