Thursday, October 25, 2012

Course Offering: The Natural World and Ourselves

Friends, We have all heard the expression
Michele Graveline2:22pm Oct 25
We have all heard the expression "We are all one. We are all connected." But do you feel 'connected'? This is an opportunity to look at your relationship as a member of the Natural World and develop ways within your own life to renew it.
It is the healthiest thing you can do for yourself!
Meeting approximately twice monthly we will do activities, meditate, create art, do energy exercises and listen to each other as we work towards our own level of ecological awareness. Part ecological education, part Earth medicine, and part support group, these sessions offer a supportive, creative way of looking at the Natural World and ourselves as members.

7 Tuesdays 7-9 Starting November 13 (New Moon)
Musquodoboit Old School Community Gathering Place
Pre-registration desired, as space is limited
7 sessions at $115 (one time payment) or $20 a session
Contact me at 827-3619, or here on facebook.
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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Webinar October 8th with Ben Zappin and Michael Tierra

From: East West School of Herbology Private Student Forum

For students, graduates and general public...feel free to share the registration link with friends too. I enjoyed listening to some of "part 1" -- the conversation and interaction between Ben and Michael is priceless and includes many pearls of wisdom from them both!

Part 2: Medicinal Plants of the High Sierra and Owen's River Valley presented by Benjamin Zappin w/ commentary by Michael Tierra
Join us for a Webinar on October 8

Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

East West School of Planetary Herbology presents  "part 2" of a FREE webinar with Benjamin Zappin, L.Ac, outstanding East West School graduate/tutor (and now master) herbalist-acupuncturist who has just returned from a couple weeks of harvest and play in High Sierra, including a great weekend class with Michael Tierra, and is excited to share images and insight into many of the medicinals he values most in clinical practice. Benjamin will explore the relationship between three commonly used plants from the Apiaceae family Angelica breweri, Ligusticum grayi, and Ozmorrhiza occidentalis and look at how they compare to related Chinese medicinals. Also covered will be a formula of herbs for the respiratory system that Ben found growing in a single field including Ambrosia artemesiifolia, Solidago, Xanthium strumaria, Verbascum thapsus, and Grindelia squarrosa. This class is sure to be visually stimulating and will undoubtedly support your inclusion of Western herbs in a Chinese herbal framework.

Title:    Part 2: Medicinal Plants of the High Sierra and Owen's River Valley presented by Benjamin Zappin w/ commentary by Michael Tierra
Date:    Monday, October 8, 2012
Time:    5:30 PM - 7:00 PM PDT

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
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