Exploring How Plants Heal Series: The Magic of Noticing
April 6 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
At The Alchemist’s Kitchen in Stockton Market
Exploring How Plants Heal Series:
The Magic of Noticing
with Cathlin Star Walker
In this workshop we’ll discuss how plants teach us how to notice. They teach us to slow down and accept where we are in this moment. This magic of noticing is what brings us into the present
Exploring How Plants Heal is a series of four workshops all about the magic and sustenance of the plant world. We will begin with simple ways plants arrive in our lives and how we can foster relationships with them, to the more mundane and mindful practices that plants can inform in our daily lives. This workshop is for anyone who has dreamt of a plant, been haunted by a garden or grove in the forest, or used an herbal remedy. If you have any inkling of curiosity about the magic of plants this is a great place to start.
The second in our four part series, Exploring How Plants Heal, this workshop examines how plants teach us patience, acceptance and minutia. Plants teach us how to notice. They teach us to slow down and accept where we are in this moment. This magic of noticing is what brings us into the present. In a world full of screens, inboxes and to do lists slowing down and giving ourselves some space to breathe is vital to our success as humans.
$100 for 4-Part Exploring How Plants Heal Series
$30 in advance per session
$35 at the door per session
Space for this event is limited, please register online to reserve your spot!
tickets are non-refundable
Cathlin Star Walker
Cathlin Star Walker is a queer feminist body witch & trained holistic health coach. She works within the framework that loving ourselves as we are is vital to our health and happiness. She coaches with an understanding that health is not a number, a prescription, or diet health is what makes us feel at home and alive. Cathlin has been coaching for five years and has learned that how we heal ourselves feels different for each of us.
Before training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition Cathlin enjoyed a career in the restaurant industry where she worked closely with farmers and community leaders to create food systems that benefitted not only the customer, but the community and planet as well. Drawing on her extensive training in herbalism, her experience with food production and consumption habits Cathlin offers practical methods to taking responsibility for our own health.