Friends Don't Let Friends Google Herbs:  Navigating herbal medicine in the age of the internet
Aug
4
4:30 PM16:30

Friends Don't Let Friends Google Herbs: Navigating herbal medicine in the age of the internet

Information about herbal medicine is a click away. But who is writing the information? Is it reliable? Are there other perspectives? In this class we will explore ways to develop and eye and ear for helpful, accurate and safe herbal information.

Teacher: Chelsea Ochs

Cost: $15

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Tapping: A gentle method for emotional calm
Jul
24
6:30 PM18:30

Tapping: A gentle method for emotional calm

Tapping is a simple and gentle self-massage method that one can use to calm anxiety, soothe fear, ease loss, and uplift mood. It is quick and can be done easily, even in public. I will go over the basic method, demonstrate the protocol and have some time for practice. No special clothing or tools are required.

Instructor: Chelsea

Cost: $15

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Herbs to Soothe Pain
Jul
11
6:30 PM18:30

Herbs to Soothe Pain

Herbal medicine can be surprisingly powerful when it comes to helping us understand and get relief from physical aches and pains. In this class, I will cover several of my favorite soothing herbs and the specific indications for each one.

Teacher: Chelsea Ochs

Cost: $15

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Growing Medicine:  Simple garden herbs
Jun
27
6:30 PM18:30

Growing Medicine: Simple garden herbs

Come and learn about a few common garden herbs that you can easily grow and make into medicine. If you can pick a leaf and boil water, you can make herbal medicine. Many of these herbs do well in pots and small yards as well. It’s not too late in the season to buy a few starts. You may be growing a few of these herbs already!

Teacher: Chelsea Ochs

Cost: $15

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Introduction to Chinese Medicine
May
15
6:30 PM18:30

Introduction to Chinese Medicine

Learn the basic principles of this ancient and fascinating medical system. Emphasis will be on practical ways to increase well-being in your own life, and simple Chinese herbs that you can use at home.

Instructor: Chelsea Ochs

Cost: $15

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Create your own herbal medicine cabinet: Part 1
Apr
23
6:00 PM18:00

Create your own herbal medicine cabinet: Part 1

We will learn about 15 basic herbs and their home uses this TUESDAY night. This is a great place to start if you are unsure about what herbs to begin using on your own. This class is also good if you already have herbal knowledge because each class is interactive and the students always have so much insight! Time to ditch the Tylenol PM.

Instructor: Chelsea Ochs, LAc

Cost: $15

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Design a Sipping Garden with Sunshower Hill Farms
Apr
6
10:30 AM10:30

Design a Sipping Garden with Sunshower Hill Farms

Teacher: Ranee Solmonsson

Get started with ingredients you can grow in your own sipping garden in patio containers to create your own tea blends at home.  Together we will create a starting point for a growing plan for any outdoor space with locally adapted varietals. We will cover the basics of harvesting and using your ingredients in different blending and brewing methods.  You will bring home a growing plan, ideas for sourcing local plants for your sipping garden and get inspiration to grow and to harvest your own tea ingredients.


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Tea tasting notes with Sunshower Hill Farm
Mar
16
10:30 AM10:30

Tea tasting notes with Sunshower Hill Farm

with Ranee Solmonsson of Sunshower Hill Farm

www.sunshowerhill.com

$25

Work your way around the tea tasting wheel to discover flavors and notes in different teas, herbs and botanicals, using your senses to explore, identify and learn the basics of tea mixology and blending.  We will learn the steps of tea blending for flavor with a variety of dry ingredients to sample and to taste. Take home your own custom tea blend creation and lots of ideas for blending.

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Ritual: a lost art of communication
Feb
27
6:00 PM18:00

Ritual: a lost art of communication

How does one communicate with the interior self? How does one communicate with the natural world? Learn simple ways in which you can find stillness, connect, and express using the four (or five, or six) directions, plants, the ground, and of course, tea. This class is nature-based and welcomes all faiths.

Instructor: Chelsea Ochs

Cost: $20

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Create your own Breastfeeding Plan
Feb
18
6:00 PM18:00

Create your own Breastfeeding Plan

Join lactation consultant Sarah Fuller of Opus Lactation for an evening to learn all you need to know to get breastfeeding off on the right foot. Learn tips and tricks to allow you to take time to treasure the first few weeks with your baby instead of stressing about weight gain and milk supply.


Teacher: Sarah Fuller

Cost: $50 includes you and one support person

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Qi Gong
Feb
10
10:45 AM10:45

Qi Gong

Qi gong is a self-cultivation practice to prevent disease and to improve, sustain, and maximize overall wellbeing. This class will introduce students to simple and fun Qi Gong exercises for all body types and abilities.

Teacher: Chelsea Ochs

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Meditation
Feb
10
9:30 AM09:30

Meditation

This class will cover a few different simple meditation techniques. We will talk briefly about some history and background of these techniques at the beginning of each session, and then have some time to practice! Whatever your level of experience with meditation, from none to more, I encourage you to attend. Time durations will be short with small breaks, there will be floor and chair seating available to accommodate any level of mobility. ADA accessible.

Series - 4 classes from Sunday February 10 to Sunday March 3 9:30-10:30 am

$60 series total

Teacher: Chelsea Ochs

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