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LeeYen Anderson

Founder- The Scentsible Tribe LLC and A Scentsible Lifestyle Association: A Private Membership Association


Licensed Spiritual Healer - Federation of Spiritual Healer Licensing Boards


Certified Raindrop Technique Specialist - Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education, National Therapies Certification Board


Licensed Saraswati Healing Practitioner - Alana Fairchild Pty Ltd


Certified Wayfinder Life Coach - Martha Beck 

200-hr Certified Yoga Teacher - ISHTA Yoga


Aroma Yoga Certified Teacher - Life Energy Institute


Releasing Emotional Patterns with Essential Oils - Dr. Carolyn Mein


Certified Nutrition Consultant - Natural Healing Institute


Masters of Pacific International Affairs (International Environmental Policy and Management of NonProfit Organizations - University of California, San Diego

About Instructor

About LeeYen


LeeYen Tan Anderson is a self-guided student of the Way of the Dao, a concept so familiar that the remembrance is a felt sense of the truth ringing through her bones, a resounding gift from her ancestors. In this way of life, the Dao is the flourishing of Nature itself. Her earliest memories of connecting with the Earth Mother include being fascinated with the ants trailing on the tree trunk of a rambutan tree in her backyard in Malaysia. LeeYen is devoted to the meaningful work of connecting people with Plant Spirits through cultivating the relationship by engaging with Plant Life outside in nature, their essence in essential oils and their form in herbal teas and elixirs. Her heartfelt wish is for everyone to ground into a sense of simplicity as a way of life, and to experience resilience while receiving abundance with ease and grace.


She is a Licensed Spiritual Healer, a Certified Raindrop Technique Specialist, a Licensed Saraswati Healing Practitioner and a Certified ISHTA and Aroma Yoga Teacher and founder of Scentsible Yoga, The Scentsible Tribe and Scentsible Lifestyle Association. 

Learning Modules

Nature As Teacher

Forest Medicine

Shaking: The Most Primal Form of Medicine

Chinese Healing Arts: Nature as Metaphor

Healing Plants

Massage Oils
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