Traditional Latino Herbalism Immersion

Latin America has a rich herbal history, combining the ancient wisdom of four cultural traditions – Indigenous, European, African and Asian, into one holistic yet diverse system of healing. Meet with more than ten local folk medicine practitioners, ethnobotanists and conservationists who are working with medicine plants and explore with them the many sides of…

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Traditional Latino Medicine – Level One

  This first level training in Traditional Latino Medicine will prepare participants to begin exploring the traditional health-promoting practices of Latin America, often known as Curanderismo. We will discuss this wellness system’s Indigenous, European, Asian and African roots, philosophy, cultural sustainability, methodology, herbalism, bodywork (sobando), energetic cleansing (limpia), holistic counseling (platica), hydrotherapy, food medicine, ceremony,…

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Women’s Wisdom Traditions: Multicultural Approaches to Feminine Wellness

    Resurrect the Ancient Feminine Power of Healing the Self   Explore ancient women’s wisdom traditions from across the globe through movement, herbalism, self care, and body consciousness & energy work. Featuring 10+ experts in female wellness–including international teacher Rachel Thomas, Sara Wu of Medicines from the Edge, and Abuela Carmen Carmahuaca–this immersion focuses on the…

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Afro-Botany Seminar

Experience Applied Ethnobotany at Hidden Garden and be part of the Afro-Botany Seminar that will create an Africana Grove, a sacred circle of plants which have contributed to the survival of Africans in the Americas. This spring semester we will focus on the identification and propagation of these plants, as well as the creation of media…

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Entheogenic Plants & Spiritual Medicine

Join ceremonial grandmother and author Jane Segleau Earle in an exploration of relationships with the entheogenic plants that help us connect with the sacred and open us to spiritual life. She will discuss plants from Cacao to Ayahuasca, sharing scientific and academic information as well as her intimate knowledge. Cost: $30

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Traditional Latino Herbalism

Latin America has a rich herbal history, combining the ancient wisdom of four cultural traditions – Indigenous, European, African and Asian, into one holistic yet diverse system of healing. Meet with more than ten local folk medicine practitioners, ethnobotanists and conservationists who are working with medicine plants and explore with them the many sides of…

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