Jeanette Acosta serves the Land & the Peoples with her participation in numerous committees and groups, including a growing emphasis on building collaboration among Indigenous nations to uphold the United Nations' Declaration Rights of Indigenous Peoples, with particular emphasis in the protection of sacred burial and ceremonial sites. Jeanette learned herbology and ethnobotany from her indigenous family. She learned about plants that grow locally, and which ones are relevant to traditional and everyday way of life as well as ethical wildcrafting.
Jeanette is a certified teacher/teacher trainer and designer of permaculture principles, and specializes in maritime culture, herbalism, ethnobotany, and biodynamic principles. In her work, she emphasizes humankind’s symbiotic relationship between earth and sky.
Moreover, she is a spiritual counselor, a certified Kundalini Research Institute professional and Kundalini yoga and meditation teacher/teacher trainer. She studies and teaches yoga, meditation and Ayurveda.
Her experience dealing with international business people, world diplomats, heads of states, renowned artists/celebrities, and politicians gives her a unique perspective on various cultures and customs.