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Herbs for Women
March 1 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am$25
In this class, we will zoom in on a few of the herbs that can be helpful in restoring and maintaining women’s health at every stage in life. From smoothing out the edges of stress and anxiety to calming down menstrual cramping, and cooling off the hot flashes from menopause, for all these womanly issues (and more), there is an herbal remedy for that!
Join us for gaining insights into the healing power of specific herbs as well as learning different ways to prepare nurturing remedies at home.
We will sample several herbs, and each person will receive a handout.
Space for this event is limited, please register online to reserve your spot.
tickets are non-refundable
I am a wise woman herbalist, green witch, Reiki practitioner, avid gardener, and community volunteer. I have been studying plant medicine, herbalism, and energetic healing for over a decade. I enjoy bridging the worlds of plants and people, seasoned with a little magic.
Plants feel familiar to me. Like meeting someone I know. Before the internet, I would buy herbs and not really know what to do with them but always felt like I should. When I finally began studying, it was like meeting an old friend.
I think I always wanted to be an herbalist. I remember putting herbs into rubbing alcohol when was about 2 or 3 and saying I was making medicine. Of course, they were completely unusable, but I remember that it smelled like the tinctures I make now.
My introduction to energy healing modalities was as a small child. My father taught The Silva Method out of our home. This self-help method teaches meditation and self hypnosis; I took his class multiple times between the ages of 2 and 6.
I also remember playing at the base of a large tree that had knots that formed bowls, and I remember that, after it would rain, I would put herbs and colored pebbles in the bowls and say that I was making magic. And, of course, I was!
My greatest desire is to never stop learning. I want to know as much about the herbs as I can and find new ways to connect with the plants.