Here's what we have on the calendar so far. 

We'll be announcing more classes as the year unfolds

so add your name to our email list to receive updates as they're posted.

All classes listed (unless noted) are held in Clayton, Georgia. 

For a calendar view of all 2017 classes, click here.


Healing with the Five Elements: The Water Element

July 8 & 9, 2017
Teacher: Patricia Kyritsi Howell

Understanding the energetic concepts underlying Five Element theory provides you with a framework to recognize patterns of strength and weakness when assessing clients and creating treatment plans.


​Sometimes described as the reservoir of the body, the Water Element sets the pace for physical growth, governs the function of the deep immune system and connects us to our past and future. We’ll look at many of the metaphysical aspects of this element, as well as the role tonic herbs and foods play in restoring reserves and slowing down the process of aging.


Open to everyone though a basic understanding of herbalism is recommended.

Cost: $275. A deposit of $50 holds your place. 
 




August 5 & 6 - Medicinal Plant Constituents and Herb/Drug Interactions
Teacher: Mimi Hernandez
Registration and More Information here


August 6 to 12 - Herbs of the Southern Appalachians

Teacher: Patricia Kyritsi Howell

Location: John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, NC


Join Patricia Kyritsi Howell for a weeklong immersion into the many medicinal herbs found in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. This area is sometimes referred to as the "apothecary of North America" because there are so many plants here, both native and naturalized, with a long history of use as medicines, dyes, foods and more.

We'll spend time each day in field studies at the Folk School and in surrounding areas where you'll learn to identify herbs using botanical keys. And you'll learn about the historic and current uses of the area's diverse flora in lectures and discussions.

We'll also collect, press, and mount plant specimens to create an herbarium as a record of your exploration. Be prepared for outdoor foraging time, involving moderate walking (up to 2 miles at a moderate pace), and generally getting dirty as we get up close with the plants. 

Suitable for anyone interested in local plants, herbs and the ecology of the area.

Note: This class is offered through the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC.


For registration and more details, visit the Folk School website



September 9 & 10 - Cardiovascular Health: Arterial and Venous Support
Teacher: Mimi Hernandez
Registration and More Details here.


September 30 and October 1, 2017- Dietary Interventions and Food Energetics
Teacher: Cara-Lee Langston

Learn to identify and apply evidence-based dietary interventions in clinical practice.  We will explore the fundamentals of Chinese nutrition therapy as well as modern dietary protocols for a variety of chronic conditions, including Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and metabolic syndrome.  Topics include the thermal and energetic nature of foods, Five Element nutrition therapy, and cooking for specific imbalances and dietary restrictions.

This class is designed to provide you with reliable, peer-reviewed nutrition resources to add to your clinical toolkit. And we’ll also prepare and taste several healing, whole foods recipes.

Tuition: $275. A deposit of $50 holds your place. 




October 28 & 29, 2017 - Walking Through an Intake and Creating an Herb Clinic Binder
Teachers: Mimi Hernandez and Patricia Kyritsi Howell
Registration and More Details here. 


November 11 & 12, 2017 - The Art of Herbal Formulation
Teacher: Leslie Williams, RH (AHG)

Learn to create safe, effective herbal formulas to treat both acute and complex, chronic health conditions in this interactive class. Together we’ll deconstruct, and construct, the components of traditional formulas derived from the Physio-Medicalist, Cherokee, Bell, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic and Triune systems. You’ll learn to understand the reasoning and therapeutic logic behind many classic, time-honored formulas as well as common commercial herb products.

After experimenting with various formulation methods, you’ll gain the skills and confidence to create your own custom herb formulas whether your apothecary contains 30 herbs or two hundred.  Throughout the weekend we’ll discuss a wide range of herbs but always with an emphasis on local plants.  

Tuition: $275. A deposit of $50 holds your place. 




 

 

Dietary Interventions - Sept. 30 & Oct. 1

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of Herbal Studies

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Water Element - July 8 & 9
The Art of Herbal Formulation - Nov. 11 & 12

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