85 Peppersass Lane, Bethlehem, NH 03574, us

"Restore your vitality, the power to self-heal"

What We Do


Proper nutrition is essential to address deficiencies and provides the body with all the essential nutrients required to restore vitality and the ability to self heal. 


Medicinal herbs can assist in the process of restoring vitality and easing uncomfortable symptoms during the process of supporting the body in healing


Yoga can be used to assist in the healing of the body and mind and can be integrated into any program of healing from anxiety to arthritis and anything in between.

Reiki channels the healing energy from the universe to areas of the body that are in need, assisting the body in restoring vitality, or simply providing comfort in the process.

From the herb garden

  • These are only some of the medicinal herbs blooming right now.  Mother nature is providing an abundance of medicine all around us.  All of these herbs have many benefits but some are highlighted below.

Mullein (Verbascum thapas)

This herb pictured above is used for dry harsh hacking coughs, asthma and hay fever.  Weak lungs and kidneys and nervous system.  An oil made from the flowers is used for earaches.  The flowers are more demulcent and leaves more astringent.  Leaves are wound healing - skin inflammations, wounds, ulcers and hemorrhoids. 



(Tanacetum parthenium) equalizes blood flow which is beneficial for some forms of migraines.  Also used for arthritis and colds and flu. It has anti inflammatory actions by inhibiting inflammatory prostaglandins.  It has also used for digestive problems


(Inula helenium) is tonifying to the lungs and digestive system.  It is strengthening and cleansing to the respiratory tract and mucous membranes.  Great for persistent bronchial mucous where there is an irritable cough.  Common conditions treated are chronic bronchitis, sinusitis, asthma and emphysematous conditions.  Good for gastrointestinal users.  Improved digestive via increased bile flow

Burdock (Arctium Lappa)

Burdock has so many benefits but some of the more common uses can be associated with it's influence on the skin, kidneys, liver, gallbladder and mucous membranes.  It is considered a digestive stimulant, liver tonic, good for blood and lymph circulation, and a mild laxative.  Also acts as a prebiotic.

Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum)

Milk thistle is mostly know for its restorative benefits for the liver.  Good for congestion and inflammation of the liver, spleen and kidney.  Protective against liver toxins

Queen Annes's Lace

(Daucus carrot) Also known as wild carrot.  Supports the liver and stimulates urine flow and the removal of waste by the kidneys as it's a diuretic.  It can also act as a carminative, for cystitis and kidney stone prevention. 

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)

Hyssop is used for infectious conditions of the lungs and digestive system.  It is good for chronic low grade fevers and children's respiratory and digestive issues.

About Us


Traditional Healing Practitioner

Tish holds a B.S. in Nutrition, was trained in medical herbalism through the Boston School of Herbal Studies and the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism.  She is also a 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor and Reiki Level II certified


As an herbalist and nutritionist,  I work with clients with the aim to restore their vitality, giving the body the power to self-heal.  The healing practice will focus on identifying the root cause of underlying symptoms or health conditions to work toward recovery or a better state of health.  Combing the practice of life style changes (proper nutrition to address the health issue and perhaps exercise), yoga to address mind, body and spiritual elements of healing, and reiki where appropriate to help the body along its healing path.  These healing practices can help the body to regain its vitality to achieve a state of good health.


Consultations will involve an in-depth health history assessment to gather important information to understand potential root cause(s) of ailments and general health status.  Evaluating the client's diet, nutritional status, supplements /medications, digestion and elimination, sleep patterns and current medical conditions, are all essential to assure the proper health plan or treatment.  The client will also be consulted on the best forms of treatment that would be most comfortable incorporating into their protocol.

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Phone:  603.560.1966   Email:  healingbirchstudio@gmail.com

Healing Birch Studio LLC

85 Peppersass Lane, Bethlehem, NH 03574, us