Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Join us in a ritual classroom atmosphere for an evening discussion on using traditional herbal support for self and community care. We will discuss nervines, differentiating between nerve tonics & nerve relaxants. Energetic traditions for keeping negative forces at bay will be explored. A tea will be served. All will be sent home with a worksheet covering the information shared.
$10 suggested donation, REGISTER HERE.
This workshop will be led by Geraldine Lavin, an herbalist, gardener, teacher, and intuitive artist. Geraldine was the Market Manager for Philadelphia's Mill Creek Farm and transformed a vacant lot into a productive urban garden which still flourishes today. Soon thereafter she was the lead greenhouse technician in the U. Penn Biology Department’s greenhouses and botanical garden. In 2015, she started the Philadelphia Herbal Network (PHHN), which now has over 100 members. In 2012, while as she was engaging with urban agriculture, Geraldine was also running a community based, sliding scale herbal practice. This evolved into Suntrap Apothecary in 2016 through which she practices clinical herbalism, formulates products, cultivates & wildcrafts herbs and gives workshops. Most recently, Geraldine completed the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine’s Full Time Clinical Herbalism program with Thomas Easley and Matthew Wood. To learn more about Geraldine’s practice or to schedule a herbal consultation, visit Suntrap.co.
Weavers Way workshops include presentations, hands-on classes, book studies, film screenings and discussions. Most are low-no cost, and all are open to the public. Weavers Way members who lead workshops get three hours of work credit. What a great way to earn, or maintain, your Working Member status for 5% off all your purchases! Interested in leading a workshop? Contact Workshop Coordinator Stephanie Bruneau at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-843-2350, ext. 118.
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