July 20, 2013
All About Food - What should I eat to be healthy? The purpose of this workshop is to give a broad overview of the basic food categories (grains, fruits, vegetables, etc) in light of Ayurvedic science of Dravya Guna (rasa, virya, vipak and prabhava). No prerequisites required.
Health conscious people today are interested in the role good nourishment can play in their healing and in their health. Many have come to realize that proper food and diet can make a vital contribution to good health, while inappropriate eating is often responsible for poor health, lack of vitality, and susceptibility to disease. The Ayurvedic tradition offers much insight into what foods will suit and balance each individual.
Aug 24, 2013
Aromatic Botanical Medicine - Aromatic Botanical Medicine or aromatherapy is a form of complementary medicine that uses volatile liquid plant materials, known as essential oils, and other aromatic compounds from plants for the purpose of affecting a person's mood or health.
Topics which will be covered in this workshop:
· Overview of the Olfactory System
· Production methods of aromatic products
· Choosing your oils: balancing the doshas
· Blending oils for maximum effect
· A starter list of oils everyone should have on hand
· Toxicology and Safety
· Delivery Methods
For those interested in health and harmony and learning how to balance the body, mind and spirit. No prerequisites required.
Oct 5, 2013
Professional Herbalist Course - Nine Month Certification Course
This program is focused on gaining knowledge about the different herbs, their uses and the traditions from which they come. Includes extensive digital class materials. Previous herbal experience is helpful.
This nine month training program is structured into three conveniently scheduled modules. Each module is scheduled for three weekends throughout the school quarter.
Modules are not necessarily sequential. You may start the program with any module and they can be taken in any order.
Cost of Fall Module: $725, enrollment deadline Sept 1, 2013
Early Bird $675 paid in full by Sept 1, 2013.
Please send initial deposit of $200 now to show your intention to attend and hold your seat in the class. It is non‐refundable unless the class is canceled.