There are 4 incredible workshops with local healers to choose from, inspiring natural beauty, and a potluck lunch after the workshops. $5-$30 sliding scale donation. This is a volunteer run event and proceeds go to helping Wheelock Mountain Farm be open to the public hosting events that are affordable, enriching, and educational.
We hope to see you there!
For directions please go to wheelockmtnfarm.weebly.com
for more information please contact Judy Jarvis at 472-6169 or email@example.com
Tina Ghantous of Moonrise Yoga (www.moonriseyoga.net) in Glover will present a workshop on Attuning Your Natural Rhythms with Ayurveda
How can you resonate with natural ebbs and flows to balance the body and mind, find ease and vitality? We explore the biorhythms of the cycle of the day, the moon, the seasons, and life through the lens of Ayurveda, a practical health system for the body an mind based rooted in the ancient traditions of India. Taught by Tina Ghantous, a backwoods mystic, mom, and yoga teacher who has studied Ayurveda with several esteemed teachers.
Sierra McFeeters of Indigenous Roots Institute
(www.indigenousrootsinstitute.com) in Woodbury will lead a workshop on Empowerment through the Medicine Wheel
As a small child my great grandmother and father took me out into nature and taught me to love and respect this world. My father taught me that God was in the trees, the wind, the grasses.
As a young girl I sat with that same great grandmother as she made her way painfully from this world to the next. In this process she taught me to be silent witness, to observe and to allow and feel energy. In this way, she guided and prepared me to be comfortable with transitional and transformational thresholds.
This path has led me from childbirth educator to midwife to Lightwork Energy Therapy to Reiki and then finally back to my roots as Shamanic practitioner. In 2010 my Abenaki grandmother gave me the great honor of being a pipe carrier. I've traveled to Peru to work with a Shaman and was in an Abenaki medicine lodge for over seven years. I have apprenticed and been initiated by South American and North American Shaman, and most importantly by life itself. I bring great understanding, compassion and trust to the healing process and individual.
In this workshop , participants will be guided on a sacred journey through the Northeast Woodland Medicine Wheel, with the intention of discovering and reconnecting with personal powers of each direction.
Sasha McGarvey (firstname.lastname@example.org) of Deep Well Herbal Clinic and Apothecary in Hardwick will lead a workshop on Herbal Support for Seasonal Allergies
Come learn about herbal support for seasonal allergies. We will discuss possible underlying causes of allergies and identify herbs for both short-term relief and long-term treatment to help your body stop reacting to dust and pollens.
Sasha McGarvey is a clinical herbalist and graduate of the three year clinical training at The Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism. Sasha runs a sliding scale herbal clinic and apothecary in Hardwick Vermont.
Judy Jarvis (email@example.com) from Riverside Wellness in East Hardwick will lead a workshop on Using Homeopathy and Essential Oils for Tick Prevention and Relief
Summer is a wonderful time in Vermont and right now there is a lot of fear of ticks. Judy will share some suggestions to use to keep your time relaxed and aware so you can enjoy your time outside. Homeopathy and essential oils are allys she uses to stay healthy and treat conditions that arise when she and her family are sick. Judy Jarvis is a Homeopathic practitioner whose love of plants and smells lead her to study essential oils with Acupuncturists who view essential oils through the dynamic lens of the elements, fire, earth, metal, water and wood.