Celina Archambault

Celina Archambault, cannabis yoga and meditation facilitator, wins Cosmic Sister Ancestor Medicine Award
Cosmic Sister Ancestor Medicine Award
Cosmic Sister

Celina Archambault (@plant_tigress), a Nova Scotia-based cannabis yoga and meditation facilitator, received a Cosmic Sister Ancestor Medicine Award a year after losing her mother to explore her pre-patriarchal genetic matrilineal ancestry with sacred medicines.

Celina recently moved to Nova Scotia from her longtime home in Vancouver. While Vancouver, she co-organized the Spirit Plant Medicine Conference in Vancouver, BC; worked on the Psychedelic Psychotherapy Conference in Victoria, BC; and organized and funded the first Psychedelic Symposium featuring all women speakers, through Women’s Sacred Medicine Alliance, a group she founded in 2019. She also co-owned Urban Shaman Entheobotanicals, a legacy Vancouver store that provided sacred and medicinal plants and literature and art dedicated to shamanic and entheogenic culture, and Soma Institute, a retreat dedicated to celebrating and preserving sacred plant medicines, along with her partner, cannabis activist and author Chris Bennett.

Celina completed her certification in holistic nutrition at The Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN) in 2010 and became a certified yoga teacher at the Mystical School of Yoga Teacher Training in Bali in 2018. She offers Gunjah Yoga and Microdosing Master Plants workshops at One Love Healing Sanctuary and leads Return to Nature Ganja Retreats at The Sentinel (@thesentinelbc) in Kaslo, BC. She volunteers for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies.
She received a Cosmic Sister Emerging Voices Award in 2019.

October 2022