Born From Inspiration
Our mission at Healthy Hildegard is to become a deep resource for physical and spiritual wellness, offering a holistic approach to wellness, which is worthy of our namesake, Hildegard of Bingen. We are passionate about who Hildegard of Bingen was, and we hold her contributions to living well through spirituality, nature, herbal medicine, art, music, and discipline in high regard. After all, we did borrow her name.
Since 2014, we’ve been working on gathering information about Hildegard von Bingen and her remarkable life. Our initial motivation came from a genuine interest in Hildegard’s midlife awakening. Most of all, the notion that a purpose-driven life can begin at 40, and if we listen to our inner voice and spirit, we will find our purpose.
Hildegard became the first intellectual to establish the connection between spirituality, medicine, and self-reflection. Over the years we’ve discovered that Saint Hildegard offers not just inspiration but also much more.
Hildegard has long been recognized as a meaningful religious and historical figure. But it wasn’t until 2012 that her contributions to spirituality and medicine resulted in her canonization as a Saint and Doctor of the Church.
If you are interested in learning more about Hildegard and her herbal remedies, writings, and philosophies, you've come to the right place. Hildegard of Bingen is an incredible model of how inner awakening can influence and affect the world around you.
About Healthy Hildegard
Healthy Hildegard is a community to foster a holistic approach to personal growth. Whether you are deeply committed to living the ways championed by Hildegard of Bingen or if you’re just starting to explore a holistic approach to improve your life, Healthy Hildegard is for you.
While we are passionate about the benefits of the ancient wisdom and modern adaptations of traditional German herbal medicine and European herbal remedies, the breadth of our convent reflects a continuum of beliefs and lifestyles. Within the Healthy Hildegard community you will find curated information, resources, practices, and stories drawn from a variety of sources both old and new.