Kahalla Bandy-Pasibe

Kahalla Bandy-Pasibe

Kahalla is a queer artist, earthworker, and storyteller born and raised in the Bay Area. Their work interweaves practices of world-building, collective visioning, and the retrieval of histories and spiritual technologies through ancestral invocation, intergenerational archivism, and site-based arts, including muralism. As a steward of the land, Kahalla aims to provide tools for somatic regulation and spiritual restoration via integrative modalities of herbalism and quantum bodywork. Their offerings center on Black, Indigenous, and expansive Diasporic communities, with the intention to cultivate medicine that assists with internal and external strategies for liberation and healing.

Pronouns
They/Them
Job Title
Nursery Technician
Planting Justice Since
2024
    • I have seen myself in the best, best headspace in my life. I’m not drinking no more. I’m eating healthier. It took me to come here, to be here, to really learn to love myself again.

      1. Otis Spikes, Nursery Manager
        Planting Justice since 2016