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We are amazing, adaptive beings! Our bodies are designed to self-regulate, self-correct, regenerate, and function with ease far longer than the typical modern lifespan. Why, then, do we struggle with chronic and debilitating health challenges? In this special moderated forum, we explore what healing is, how it happens, and dive into the wonders of our self-healing capacity.
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In this skill-building workshop, you'll gain expert knowledge in the clinical application of bioenergetic principles and refine your skills as a professional NES Health practitioner through case studies, guided scan analysis, and collaborative discussion. The class is unique in its pure focus on the clinical aspects of being a good bioenergetic practitioner - how to manage client interaction and build confidence, and how to interpret scans and put together effective protocols.
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In these interactive online meetings for bioenergetic health practitioners, we explore the emerging 21st century view of health and wellness, and the evolving roles of therapists and practitioners as technology and access to information expands. These in-depth discussions focus on a wide range of bioenergetic wellness topics and provide a moderated forum for your explorations. NES Health concepts and scan reviews feature prominently, and generally can be applied to any energetic wellness field.
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Take a trip with four herbalists to learn more about their chosen paths to wellness. Have the opportunity to ask questions and get the inside scoop on what they are doing to help create wellness for a moving world. Also take the opportunity to ask them any questions about your own wellness challenges. This program is brought to you in celebration of National Herb Day on May 5th, 2018. Each interview will be recorded for later viewing. You must register to view the interviews.. Betsy Miller: Owner of A Balanced Life Wellness, Instructor at Maryland University of Integrative Health, Founder of Foundations of Western Herbalism course in College Park, MD; MS Herbal Medicine Rolake Omoregie: Herbalist and Wellness Advocate at Knowles Apothecary in Kensington, MD; MS Herbal Medicine Annabelle Shiver: Author of the Conscious Canary Blog, Home Herbalist and Fluoroquinolone Survivor Jillian Carnrick: Owner of The Dancing Herbalist and author of the associated blog; MS Herbal Medicine
This is the first module of the Materia Medica class for The Dancing Herbalist's Home Herbalist Study Program. For more information on this program please visit our webpage at thedancingherbalist.com and join the Learn It Live Information Sessions for this program. Module 1 begins with an introduction of how to read and understand an herbal monograph. This module covers 7 herbs in detail: stinging nettle, plantain, milky oats, red raspberry, red clover, chamomile, and lemon balm. This module is required before continuing onto module 2.
This is the first module of the Human Physiology class for The Dancing Herbalist's Home Herbalist Study Program. For more information on this program please visit our webpage at thedancingherbalist.com and join the Learn It Live Information Sessions for this program. Module 1 focuses on the digestive system and the liver and gallbladder, the two systems most commonly discussed in the herbal community as they are directly altered through herbal intervention.
This is the first module of the Wellness class for The Dancing Herbalist's Home Herbalist Study Program. For more information on this program please visit our webpage at thedancingherbalist.com and join the Learn It Live Information Sessions for this program. Module 1 of wellness matches the human physiology module 1 and focuses on nutrition. This is done through a lens of conscious observation which is the theme that runs through all of the wellness modules.
This is the first module of the Herbal Product Preparations class for The Dancing Herbalist's Home Herbalist Study Program. For more information on this program please visit our webpage at thedancingherbalist.com and join the Learn It Live Information Sessions for this program. Module 1 starts with basic preparations including the various methods of making teas, infusions and decoctions, how to make and use herbal powders, and how to make herbal tinctures. Each session includes a discussion on formulation techniques necessary to blend herbs together.
Detox does not just involve your digestive system. It is a whole body process. Learn about the various organ systems involved in cleansing your body and how different herbs target and support each one. Using these herbs we will blend our own bitter tinctures to support our own detox needs to start the year off right.
All budding herbalists love to make their own topical herbal products at home. The easiest and most fun are salves. Making a salve is a three step process which we will go through over three sessions. First we will learn to make an infused oil. Discuss measuring your ingredients and determining how strong your oil will be. Our second session, two weeks later, we will strain our oils and discuss how we can use the oil itself and how some of the possible herbs can be used differently. Session three will focus on making salves themselves. Be sure to check the ingredients so you can make these salves with us through the program.
"Connecting to the real, imagined or metaphorical world of tarot through an altered-state for guidance, transformation & healing.� - Come join Mitchell as he leads you through a transformation workshop. Show up online, or watch the archived class, with your Tarot (oracle or lenormand) cards and a journal, or pen and paper. We will journey through the cards in an altered state to bring about transformation and healing.
What beginner steps can you take to make great changes in your life and start yourself on the path to wellness? We will look at the six different areas of wellness for you to get easy tips to start you on your voyage.
 
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