Lobelia + Prickly Ash + Poke: Summer Herbal Series

Let's get things moving! These powerful and often misunderstood medicines move the humors, stimulate blood flow, and provide a number of wonderful medicinal qualities that are underutilized in herbal medicine. Most pain is some form of stagnation and these plants are all wonderful allies when working with pain. Just as herbalists of old, these plants are misunderstood and cause a bit of fear. Spend the evening with Kat Maier, of the Sacred Plant Traditions School of Herbal Medicine, and learn more about the energetics of the wonderful medicines contained within lobelia, prickly ash, and poke. 

About Kat:
Kathleen Maier, AHG. PA has been a practicing herbalist for over thirty years. She is currently director of Sacred Plant Traditions in Charlottesville, VA where she offers a Three Year Clinical/Community Herbalist training program. SPT’s free clinic was one of the first on the east coast and is still growing strong. She is a founding member of Botanica Mobile Clinic, which offers their services to underserved populations, as well as first responders in crisis situations. She is president of the Board of United Plant Savers and was the recipient of their first Medicinal Plant Conservation Award. Kathleen’s studies of plants began as a Peace Corps volunteer in Chile and her training as a Physician’s Assistant allows her to weave the language of medicine we know today with traditional energetic systems. She is co-author of Bush Medicine of San Salvador Island, Bahamas.

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July 23, 2019
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