Zaire Sabb is a mother, healer, herbalist, Registered Nurse, traditional midwife, and Iyanifa. From an early age, this native Floridian has had an intense connection to the spiritual and the physical. She has honored this connection by dedicating her life to healing and pursuing traditional western healing modalities as a nurse and ancient ancestral healing as a priestess of Ifa/Orisha. As a mother of two, she helps women find and reclaim their voices. Her goal is to integrate plant-based, allopathic, and spiritual medicine to rebalance the womb, heart, and spirit.
Her herbal studies include training and apprenticeships with Patricia Kyritsi Howell of the BotanoLogos School of Herbal Studies, Popoola Bankola Adenkunle of Ceiba Wellness Center in Nigeria, and Chief Adsenia Olatunji-Aresa of the International Green Circle in Ibadan, Nigeria.
Zaire’s professional path as a Critical Care Registered Nurse includes working with pediatric cardiac transplant patients, a clinical researcher for the FDA, and as a clinical educator for Registered Nurses. As a medical missionary, she has worked with communities in four different countries.
And she is a traditional midwife who specializes in helping women with complicated/high-risk pregnancies, using her passion and training as an herbalist to provide essential support.