Venessa Rodriguez, M.S., C.H.C. is a functional nutritionist, intuitive nourishment guide and host of the Feed Your Wild Podcast. Her mission is to support wild-hearted change-makers get to the root cause of their challenges with their health, body, and soul path and awaken their innate healing capacity by reconnecting them to their own medicine through food, spirit, and love.

Through her work combining the science + spirituality of food using a functional approach, intuitive guidance with Akashic Records, and ancestral nutrition, Venessa guides her clients through transformative experiences not only within their own health and life but by sharing their gifts with the world. Venessa has been working deeply with the Akashic Records for the past 6 years and supports others in their healing journey to connect to their own intuition & soul messages for greater access to inner guidance, nourishment, & spiritual wisdom.

Venessa holds a BA in International Studies from the University of Chicago, a Masters in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from University of Bridgeport, multiple nutrition coaching trainings + mentorship with Functional Nutrition Educators Andrea Nakayama, Dr. Datis Kharrazian, DC., & Dr. Deanna Minich. She is nearing 1,000 clinical hours for licensure as a Certified Nutrition Specialist.

Venessa has also been trained as an Akashic Records reader, psychic intuitive, and studied cross-cultural healing techniques, weaving earth honoring teachings with ancestral health, currently immersing in the medicine tradition of her Borikén {Puerto Rican} lineage. 

Venessa has been a performance artist as a dancer & actor for over 20 years and loves to weave creativity and storytelling into her work & podcast!

A Chicago girl at heart, Venessa now lives amidst forests, mountains, & regenerative land stewardship communities in Southern Oregon. 




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