Meet Krista Joan
Creating a relationship with Mother Earth was the best thing I've ever done. As a mother, I know I am supposed to say birthing my son was the best thing I every did. As a wife, I'm supposed to say marrying my man was my best move. But in all honesty, it's my relationship with Mama E that is still getting me through those things 20 years later.
Cultivating a relationship with Supreme Mother is the reason I use purchase power to throw punches at coorporations, why I have every one of my state government officials in my phone ready for quick dial, and framed my commitment to raise a feminist son (whether he calls himself that or not!).
More importantly, sharing surf sessions with Mama E, hiking with her, revering her as dirt, spending time with her provides the reflection and moral code I need to be a good human.
Pages on this site are dedicated to my life's work connecting with Mama E through Earth-based spirituality, outdoor exploring, and sustainable living. I've blazed my own path in these fields and find myself a leader.
I can help you gain better mental and physical health, connect to a richer life, explore the divine in all, and feel better.
Books and downloads are available. I co-wrote Nalu O Kona: Essays From the Surf 2004-2006 with OG Tombomb (tomboy+bombshell=tombomb) Keli Campbell. Malama Wai'aha was written with water photographer Mike Cerrone. Wave Rider's Manifesto: Seven Codes to Save our Surf is a zine written to bring surfers together and heal our oceans.