Herbal Mentor AHG,
herbalist and author
will be in
The ins and outs of
. : Reading the Body :
Cost for the entire weekend is
prior to March 25th and
thereafter. Breakfast & lunches will be included,
but separate arrangements must be made for lodging & other
meals (see below for more info).
You may also join us just on Friday night for an
evening presentation on
Recognizing Indications of Digestion... Ins
and Out, open to all for only
Class hours are Friday
Saturday from 10 till 5ish,
and Sunday from 10 till 4ish
(with breaks for stretching
and eating, of course...).
.: Friday Evening :.
Recognizing Indications of Digestion... In
What are the symptoms we need to recognize- those
lines and colors on the tongue, nails and face - to warn
us of digestive issues? Is indigestion too much or
too little HCL? Just what does a great bowel
movement look like, and does a little pushing help or
harm? Who are our herbal friends to address each
problem and why? Come with questions! This
short evening presentation is sure to move you...
Saturday & Sunday
Reading the Body...
Margi will be
sharing the meaning of the facial lines, colors and
blemishes of the face, nails and tongue as a way of
reading the body’s signals in regards to imbalances and
disease processes. Margi's teaching is engaging,
dynamic, interactive and fun, too... including some
very traditional and valuable tools for knowing how to
read the body and translating that awareness into a more
individualized herbal protocol for healing. The
second edition of Margi's textbook
The Practicing Herbalist, Meeting
with Clients, Reading the Body will be
available for purchase and inscription.
owns and operates EarthSong Herbals, a busy family
practice and herb school on the East Coast of the United
States. Her filters of wisdom include over thirty
years of labor coaching, polarity therapy, and herbal
practice. Margi regularly speaks at nationally known
herbal seminars in the States and in Europe. She has
been Adjunct Professor at Tufts University School of
Medicine where she taught a four-week rotation in clinical
herbal medicine for Fourth Year Medical Students and
practitioners at Union Hospital and her clinic in
Marblehead, Massachusetts. She continues to teach
Herbal Pharmacology at North Shore Community College, and
for The Masters of Applied Natural Products course at
Massachusetts College of Pharmacology, plus Bastyr
University and The School of Traditional Western Herbalism.
Her most revered teachers are the plants and her clients.
Flint sees clients for consultations, continues to teach
casual herbal study programs, Intermediate Studies and
Advanced Clinical Studies.
Further information can be found on the website for
“With all the skill of a master alchemist, Margi weaves
together her years of experience as an herbal practitioner
with the best of the teachings and the teachers she’s
studied with. She stirs in just the right amount of
honey, a bit of sass, and a healthy dollop of humor to
bring us one of the most eminently useful books on herbal
practice available today.“
~ saith Rosemary Gladstar
Contact jim mcdonald at
(248) 238-8733 or
with any questions about the
event or to register.
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