Reading the Body in Orlando

Margi Flint
March 24 & 25
Florida School of Holistic Healing
10 - 5
$300; Receive $50 your tuition when you register & pay in full by March 1st,

What do your thinning eyebrows mean? Why is there a crease in your earlobe? Each color, line and marking on the face, tongue and nails holds meaning of your internal health. Guest teacher Margi Flint will be explaining and demonstrating diagnostic techniques taught to her by the late William Le Sassier.

This two day seminar will focus on various diagnostic techniques including facial signs, tissue color, elimination analysis, signs of hot, cold, damp and dry conditions. In knowing what the body has to say, we can learn how to prevent illness before it arrives as well as treating what is here. This seminar will consist of both lecture and hands on learning with ample opportunity for questions to understand what your body is saying to you.

Margi is a delightful teacher with over 30 years of experience behind her. Her most revered teachers are the plants and her clients. She is also author of The Practicing Herbalist: Meeting with Clients – Reading the Body and will have copies available for purchase. Margi teaches nationally and internationally and is adjunct Professor at NSCC, Pacific Rim College BC, the School of Traditional Western Herbalism, Bastyr U., Tufts Medical School, & MCOP as well as running her family practice and clinic in Marblehead, MA.  Her website: www.earthsongherbals.com

Tuition: $300; Receive $50 your tuition when you register & pay in full by March 1st, otherwise general registration tuition will apply.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes early on Saturday to complete your registration and get ready for class.

14 CEUs available to Massage Therapists, Acupuncturists, Dietitians, Nurses, and Midwives. 

Please review this link for our school’s tuition and cancellation policies.

Margi Flint practices in the seacoast town of Marblehead, Massachusetts and over the past forty years has become their “village herbalist.” Margi has been Adjunct Professor at North Shore Community College, The Tufts University School of Medicine and currently at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Pacific Rim College in British Columbia. She lectures in Canada, Europe and the States (so far). Home is feeling comfy, the gardens are beautiful.

Margi has been working with people and herbs since she began her herbal studies in 1974. Her clinical practice evolved through continued study with admired herbalists. Influential herbalists have been Rosemary Gladstar, David Winston, Matthew Wood, Christopher Hobbs, Kate Gilday, Donald Yance, Mindy Green, Chancel Chabrera, Annie McIntyre, Jeffrey Bland, the late great William LeSassier, David Crow, Karyn Sanders and many more.

This blend of teachers created a truly American-mongrel-Practitioner. A little Ayerveda, some Chinese, lots of Aromatherapy, Native American with some science and a heavy dose of Folk. Throw in years of studying supplements, their quality, best combinations, and time of day to consume. Add to that twenty years of attending births as a labor coach and herbalist, as well as raising four kids who have grown into wonderful adults.

“We teach through the filter of our experience,” states Margi, and what a varied and powerful experience these teachers and clients have built into her filter!

Margi Flint B. Sc., is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild~ Herbal Mentor, An Adjunct Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine since 1994, North Shore Community College since 2003 and Mass College of Pharmacy for their Masters program. She lectures at herbal symposiums as well as medical institutions around the States and lectures internationally. Many area doctors refer clients to the office. Her classes at Earthsong Herbals range from beginner programs to advanced herb and practitioner classes. She oversees two Practitioners Circles, one in Marblehead and one in Newport Rhode Island at Kay Parent’s clinic.

More? She continues to practice as a certified Polarity and Reiki Therapist and attends births on occasion. “I just love the human body!”

Margi can reliably be found every morning at the local coffee shop. She is an active, vocal, voting member of her community. Life is busy and full of change!

Alongside Margi you will often find a talented visiting herbalist or intern.

To register, please email Margi by clicking the link below:
Reserve classes for March 24 & 25
Or call Margi at 781-631-4312