Solana Booth promotes Native American and Alaska Native traditional teachings using multiple healing modalities such as: Traditional Canoe Family Skipper, ancient knowings, Traditional Ceremonies, Traditional artist, hunter & gatherer ,tradtional medicine keeper, Family violence and Recovery, Generational Brainspotting, Somatic Archeology, First Foods’ and Lactation education, birth and death work, Storytelling or first narratives and her Positive Interconnectedness model.
Solana is enrolled into the Nooksack Nation of the Chief Dan George Family and Mohawk from Bay Quinte where the peacekeeper was born, White Owl House of the Wolf Clan. Her Paternal association is Tsymsyan of the Violet Booth Family, Raven Clan. She is a wife, mother of seventeen and Grandmother of two baby girls and two more on the way. Her children are also members of the Tlingit, Haida, Pawnee, Puyallup, Yurok, Chehalis, Cowlitz, Lakota and Dakota Nations. Solana’s first degree was in Early Childhood Special Education; naturally she then studied perinatal, prenatal, post-natal psychology, lactation education, birthwork while training adult learners in birth-work, first foods, somatic archeology, generational brain spotting, and historical trauma(s) certifications.
Solana is an Advocate of Sacred. Her work includes: Tribal Whole-health care, Health and Human Services work for local IHS Providers and Private organizations, Family and Survivor Violence Recovery Facilitation, Drug and Alcohol Recovery Development(s), Perinatal/Prenatal/Postnatal programming, Training/teaching adult learners of Historical Traumas, Diversity/Equity/Inclusion practices, Biodecoding Indigenous Relationships, Indigenous Plant Medicine Teachers and restoring relationships, Both traditional and contemporary Storytelling, Innovative Technology Program writing, Documentary film making, teaches art, creating community gardens in local food deserts and speaking to First Foods. She currently is aspiring to open her own recovery from historical trauma center, while finishing her Documentary, “Native American and Alaska Native Birth Stories”.