Pamela Wasabi, Author & Educator

Pamela Wasabi is a thought innovator on women’s social issues, food education and an advocate for living in harmony with nature. Her background stretches from the whereabouts of the psychology of eating, integrative nutrition, mindbody coaching, to plant-based food artistry. She’s an author on personal development, conscious relationships, and a poet focused on women's empowerment and unconditional love. She’s a mother, an Oracle Card reader, and a lover of life. 


Works by Pamela Wasabi
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"Woman of the Moon" A compilation of poems aspiring to describe the impossible, attempting to define love. Out Spring 2020

Woman of the Moon is a poetry book that speaks to the heart in the heart’s own language. 

Our minds often try to label earthly occurrences, but only our heart can make sense of them. That sense is not always the explanation we want to hear but that sense fills our guts with such emotion that its answer transforms the meaning of our existence.  

This book is filled with wild feminist prose proposing the liberation of the soul from the oppression imposed by a society driven by the ego mind. Pamela’s poetry spills love over the pages; it is a dance between stanzas that describe the need for a radical sense of self-love, a gut-adoration for life, and a deeper look at our collective relationship with the world. 

WOM celebrates life on this planet for the short period of time during which we are fortunate enough to be here. Our bodies might be from this Earth, but our souls are of the Moon.



“Returning to the Wild Woman,” upcoming book and recurring lectures by Pamela Wasabi. 

Returning to the Wild Woman is a book that asserts a woman’s Sacred Feminine energy as the source of liberation, unconditional love, and empowerment. The book discusses liberating the mind from the various doctrines and limiting belief systems that have been instilled in the feminine body through time. Returning to the Wild Woman speaks specifically of food issues and eating disorders but also embraces themes of self-love and urges a radical sense of self-responsibility.

The conversation about food issues and eating disorders is very important, since 90% of American women suffer from some type of distorted body image, eating disorder, or food issue. The book explains our disembodied relationship with self as a reflection of our disassociation with our Sacred Feminine energy. Food issues have, in fact, very little to do with food. Our food issues are but a symptom of our souls, who are constantly calling to us to return to our nature, to our untamed selves, to our liberated and empowered Wild Women.



Pamela Wasabi makes her authorial debut with Nourished, an inspiring book about transformation and what it takes to embark on a life of health and happiness. Instead of instilling a doctrine, Pamela intends to arouse in her readers the desire to find balance, live in harmony with nature, and to understand oneself on a deeper level

Nourished comes packed with information, useful tips on how to cook and approach a new lifestyle of plant-based eating, and a small stack of bonus recipes. 

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