Omisimâw Wellness is curated out of generations of tradition, knowledge and reciprocity. Traditional Wellness is central to the healing of Indigenous peoples in our community and abroad to imporve the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical wellbeing. Reclaiming ancestral knowledge and way of life is the main focus for Omisimâw Wellness and to be able to offer the same to our community. 

Located in nistawâyâw (“where the three rivers meet” traditional Cree name of Fort McMurray) on traditional lands of the Cree, Dene, and Métis. Omisimâw Wellness is solely operated by Métis Student Herbalist, Medicine Maker and Birthworker, Sheena Bradley. Sheena is a Member of Métis Nation of Alberta and McMurray Métis Local 1935. Her mission is to decolonize health and wellness and make it inclusive and accessible to all. Our Wellness products are currated with the vision to connect people to the land, by aromatherapy and incorporating local plants and botanicals. All local botanicals are harvested with reciprocity, respect and permission from them and the lands. 

We live in our medicine cabinet, its called the Northern boreal forest

 Ric Richardson, Métis


Seasonal Medicine offerings including self care products, and other herbal remedies to support emotional, physical, mental and spiritual balance. Crafted with intention and reciprocity. We only use the finest ethically sourced, Organic ingredients and traditionally harvested local botanicals. 


Aromatherapy is a holistic practice that acts on physical, mental and spiritual processes through the use of aromatic essences, which represent the most advanced component of the plant world, the soul of the plant, its’ personality. 


I am committed to improving birth for Indigenous birthing folk, and families in the Wood Buffalo region.  I am able to provide culturally sensitive support for families during pregnancy, labour, and postpartum.