Join Emily, folk herbalist and Ayurvedic Practitioner, for a gathering to celebrate and remember ancestral wisdom of seasonal living.
Before modern technology and food preservation methods, all people around the world ate what was seasonal and local, which meant that what was available each season varied vastly for most people. Seasonal eating can be medicinal, helping us to find greater overall wellness and balance. Instead of following challenging and expensive hard to stick to spring cleanse or diet rules, seasonal
folk practices can help you feel better while also being fun and inspiring.
Come join us for conversation, soup, and practical kitchen wisdom tips that you can easily apply in your day to day food and lifestyle habits to feel better this spring!
Emily is continuing in studying bioregional and western herbalism and folk medicine of European, Celtic, Chinese, and Native American traditions with Brittany Wood Nickerson of Thyme Herbal, and Jade Alicandro Mace of Milk and Honey Herbs since 2019. She integrates this earth wisdom and practices of the wheel of the year into her teaching to help students connect their own healing nature within.