9:30 Friday morning lectures
Introduction: Introduction to Holistic Herbal Medicine a dialogue on holistic practice
Hold the vision and the space
New people for each task daily. Responsibilities –
Extra note taking
2 people on pulses
Parting Notes for client
Matthew: Basic Principles
Stratton : Apothecary
Creating tincture formulas
Creating flower, essences
Margi Boundaries practice. Concepts around money and making a real living.
Matthew: Introduction to Holistic Herbal Medicine
Natural/old time naturopathic. How Nature operates. Functional/organ functions not molecules.
How the body operates.
Traditional. How everybody did it.
Holistic. See the whole, see the patterns within the whole.
Traditional Herbalism and Naturopathy
Vitalist. Our vitality sees their vitality. Not metaphysical, practical.
Tools: eyes, ears, hands (pulse, tongue, skin, palpation) Come Monday
Matthew and Margi:
Client in the morning
Afternoon for further questions and concepts of practice.
Morning talks with Margi and Matt, afternoons with a client. Plan to arrive and settle in by 8:45.
9:00 – 9:15 Each morning Margi will circle us together to define the sacred space. One student with gather something from Nature to place on the alter. The same student shares in closing circle with Matthew.
9:15 12 lectures
12 – 1:30 Lunch
1:30 to 2 Roles assigned
Preparing for our first client, questions, settling in.
2- 3:30 client
4:00 – 4:30 Concluding Rhythms: Formulating, Preparations, Recommendations
Presentation of formulas and Invoice
Thoughts behind formulations
Observations, afterthoughts of time with client, putting files in proper order.
4:30 – 5PM Clean Up
5PM Closing Circle with Matthew and a student
To register, please email Margi by clicking the link below:
Reserve classes for November 3rd, 4th and 5th
Or call Margi at 781-631-4312