Plant Medicine Workshop July

Fully Booked Thank you !!

Traditional Healing with Indigenous Plants – a basic workshop on how to use plants as “muthi”.An introduction on some of our Indigenous Plants and how they are used in healing both spiritually & physically, by Sangomas & Traditional Healers. We work with some ceremony and meditation as well as some discussions on the plants.
Everywhere the bright orange Flowers of Aloe Ferox and Leonotus Leonoris (Wild Dagga) can be seen now – reminding us of our inner Fire and Inner sun – and signalling that they are here now to assist us with our winter colds and ailments.
Always wondered what that plant is used for and how healers learned how to use them??

Come join us for an introduction on how to connect with plants and learn their medicines the way shamanic cultures have done for ages. Learn the basics of some of our rich treasure of Indigenous plants and how they are used by Sangomas for medicines. I look forward to sharing with you all. This is an introduction level workshop.
Info:
• Understanding Traditional Healing and the use of traditional Plants for medicine
• Basic techniques on accessing in information from the plant spirit themselves
• Basic Guidelines in healing, diagnosis & treatments
• Plant list of plant uses and preparation

Date: Sunday 3 July 2016

Time: 08:30 am for 9:00 sharp. We complete at about 5 pm.

Cost: R 650 with electronic emailed notes. R150 extra for printed & bound notes.

Venue:  Rivonia, Jhb.

The notes as well as directions to the venue will be mailed to you on receipt of payment.Full day workshop with refreshments (Herbal Tea, organic coffee, biscuits, rusks & fruit). A 50% cancellation fee will be retained if cancelled in less than 48 hrs before the workshop – thank you for understanding.
Bring: Your workshop notes, notebook & pen, pillow & light blanket, a lunch dish to share like a salad or bake. An item to add to the central altar like a flower or leaf from your garden, a stone, a crystal etc.

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