Saturday, Dec 7th from 9:30am - 4pm at Hawthorn Farm
This is the next class in our Nourishing Life series
Wintertime Health:Stoking the Inner Fire, Part 1
In this day-long immersion class, we will look at how to face the darkness, heaviness, and stillness of the winter season by stoking our inner warmth and fire. Drawing on nourishing life wisdom from around the world, we will look at foods, herbs, and practices that keep us alive and vital through the darkest time of year. Why do we crave spices like cinnamon and nutmeg? Why is there a tradition of bringing greenery into the house at this time of year?
We will answer these questions and more as we sample herbal teas, learn to use mugwort as moxibustion to warm and strengthen vital areas of the body, learn about local trees and their medicinal properties, and even practice some fire meditation to strengthen the body inside and out.
This class is appropriate for all levels and will be held at Hawthorn Farm adjacent to Daniel Creek Forest. We will have access to a warm yurt, wood stove, as well as the farm and forest nearby.
Parents are welcome to bring their children to join us as part of the class.
Price is $75/adult for the day. 9:30-4pm, Saturday, December 7th.
Please RSVP if you’re coming. Registration is available via EventBrite.