fe·ra /ˈfera,ˈferæ/adjective, feminine of feral

    1. wild, found in nature, untamed

    2. Wellness classes and consultations based in wisdom traditions, herbalism, and trauma informed yoga


  • Class Schedule

    Don't see what your are looking for? Contact to customize your experience!

    Nov 6 Intro to Herbalism

    What is Herbalism? What is an Herbalist? What are some safe, local herbs and how are they used? What is a tincture, infusion, decoction, poultice, liniment, and salve? Why am I in this hand basket?

    Nov 20 Herbs for Anxiety, Stress, and Sleep

    Learn about Fresh Milky Oats, Lemon Balm, Passion Flower, Scullcap, Tulsi, and others to become herbal allies to support the body and improve sleep. Perhaps we will even include a teaser for Adaptogens.

    Dec 5 Herbs for the Holidays

    Give these gifts to yourself and beyond. Learn to make a Mulling Spice Sachet d'epices perfect for wine or cider, Room Spray, and a Honey Wine to enjoy in the new year.


    Lets create another class for an Herbal First Aid Kit!

  • Western Herbalism

    Herbalism treats the body, mind, and soul as

    integral parts of the whole.

    Plants are sustainable and empowering.

    Individual Sessions

    90 min initial intake $120

    20 min increment follow up $40


    Intake is 90 minute Q&A discussing chief complaint/symptom, medical history, current prescriptions, family history, and systems of the body. Herbalist will offer nutrition and lifestyle changes, outsource as needed, and suggest herbal protocol. Herbal formulas may take up to 1 week to blend, longer if shipment is required, as Herbalist cross-references medications and medical history to avoid contra-indications.


    The use of herbs (categorized as "Supplements" by the FDA) is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease. Accordingly, your herbalist cannot treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease, and in doing so would be a violation of ethics and standards. Always consult your primary care giver before introducing new programs into your wellness routine.


    90 min $30-45 sliding scale, 10 people limit


    Miss a class? Bring 4-10 friends and design your own topic or repeat a classic:

  • What informs Fera?

    Five Element Theory

    Or Chinese Five Phase Theory, is based on the observation of nature to observe patterns to move experiences of "stuckness" in the body, mind, emotions, lifestyle, or work. This Philosophy foundations much of the consultation and may also be called into an adaptive yoga experience.

    Adaptive Yoga

    Our pro-bono project is to bring breath and body based stress management techniques to ALL PEOPLE regardless of age, race, gender identification, and socioeconomic status. Fera Wellness currently works with several non-profits and organizations, teaching these tools to populations with the least funding and greatest need.


    We always value new connections with funding sources and agencies.

  • Who We Are

    Anne Anderson MA, RYT 500

    Community Herbalist

    Anne began teaching community-oriented classes on herbs and herbalism in 2013. Since 2008 she has been learning from leading herbalists including Corinna Wood, Rosemary Gladstar, Phyllis Light, Margi Flint, Emily Ruff, and many others. She is currently studying with David Winston RH, AHG and will pursue a Registered Herbalist certification in 2021.


    Anne Anderson is a graduate of Maryland University of Integrative Health with a degree in Applied Healing Arts, the philosophy of observing life within the Dance of the Five Elements and other world wisdom traditions. Anne uses this modality in her consultations to inform ways of living with more ease and less tension.

    Trauma-Informed Yoga

    Anne has been a student of yoga since 2001. She finished a 200 hour Ashtanga Vinyasa training in Panama City, Florida, and completed a 300 hour training at Asheville Yoga Center specializing in adaptive populations including Trauma/PTSD, Elder, Pre & Postnatal, Children, Yin, Restorative, Meditation, Ayurveda, and more. Anne trained 50 hours in 2017 with Paulie Zink in Five Element and Yin Yoga and continues to update and expand her trainings.


    In 2015 Anne began teaching 5 yoga classes/week at Emerald Coast Behavioral Hospital to veterans, adults, and children. Before moving to Boise she taught at a Retirement Community and a Center for Adults with Developmental Disorders and Brain Injuries. Anne is currently pursuing a contract with the Women and Children's Alliance. She has volunteer taught yoga at Elder Care Respite Centers, Juvenile Detention Centers, and other locations for prenatal yoga, meditation, and relaxation based breathing groups.

    Bio-regionalism and Sustainability

    After two years of trying to figure out how to live a truly sustainable lifestyle, Anne ran away from the circus and into an off the grid eco-village in 2008. There she studied edible and medicinal plants with Chuck Marsh of Useful Plants Nursery in Black Mountain, NC. This was also the year of her first Southeast Women's Herbal Conference and she drank the Kool-aid, hard. Since then she has been studying eastern healing modalities and western plants to create accessible, simple wellness solutions for friends, family, and now clients.


    Her mission is to bring the abundance of resources we have in our local environment together to create strong, sustainable communities that will be available for future generations.

  • Call, Text, or Email

    We will contact you within the week unless we are WELL into unplugging.

    If you message us on Facebook, it might be several weeks.

    New Moon Healing Center
    1617 W Jefferson St
    Boise ID 83702
    By Appointment Only:
    Mon 9am-8pm
    Tues 9am-1pm
    Wed 9am-8pm
    Thurs 1pm-8pm
    Fri 9am-6pm
    Sat 9am-6pm
    208-557-WELL (9355)