Foundations in Herbal Medicine
Body Systems Series- An Herbal Approach
with Sarah Berkman, Community Herbalist
An introductory course on the functions of the human body including the actions of herbs specific for each body system, preventative care, and basic herbal therapeutics.
This class will cover how to nourish each body system with preventative care, and medicinal plants. Each month we will study a different organ system, followed by a discussion of primary herbs and relevant therapeutic approaches for that system. At the end of the 9 months you will have a basic understanding of the possibilities offered by herbal medicine by maintaining health of the various body systems.
This course consists of two main fields of study:
Materia Medica: A beginning study of the properties and actions of specific herbs, how they work in the body, and how they they are used . Every month students will be given homework assignments and samples of herbs to experience directly.
We will cover basic treatment approaches for specific conditions. After learning how the body works and how individual herbs affect the body, we will bring the knowledge together to view how herbs can be used to re-establish balance in conditions such as colds and flu, indigestion, and chronic stress. Approaches to preventing disease by maintaining health will be discussed.
9 part Series- 1 weekend a month
Drop in- $50
Jan 6+7 : Digestive/Extretory
Feb 3+4 : Nervous
March 3+4 : Skin
April 7+8 : Lymph
May 5+6 : Endocrine
June 2+3 : Respiratory
July 7+8 : Reproductive
August 4+5 : Cariovascular
Sept 1+2 : Mucleoskeletal
Please sign up ahaed of time at www.gatherherbs.com before Dec 5th
Spots are limited.
Join us as we kick off Newport Wellness Week, a week-long celebration of mind, body and spirit featuring an array of wellness events and offerings throughout Newport!
Engage your inner health and wellness enthusiast at the Newport Wellness Marketplace on January 21 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM with local health experts and vendors featuring an array of products and services for mind, body and spirit.
with Kelly Doyle, MA, LCMHC & Sarah Daigle, 500 hr RYT
Learn and experience Releasement breath work: a technique that can improve and uplift your entire psyche.
Releasement breathwork helps to remove old belief systems and patterns that are trapped in our subconscious. It allows old feelings that are under the surface to come up so we can better handle them in a safe and supported environment. In return, this allows us to live a more present and joyous life journey .
Kelly and Sarah will provide explanation about the workshop and will guide the group throughout the breathing portion, and remain present if anyone needs individual assistance.
Cost: $35 * Must sign up in advance so we know if we have enough participants to run the workshop. call 617-257-5951 or e-mail email@example.com
What people are saying…
” I didn’t really know what to expect and I’m so glad I came to this workshop as it was truly transformational. Kelly and her team did an amazing job of holding space and offering guidance, making me feel safe as I experienced some significant shifts during the breath work portion. The end result was a feeling of pure love and light, a shedding of my fears, few moments in my life have touched that place.” – Tammy
In this evening workshop, you will learn how this transformational
Body Work Method emerged and how Rosen touch can help undo chronic muscle tension, improve your immune system and melt barriers that were built to protect you but now interfere with possibilities for joy and intimacy.
A Rosen practitioner touches the client´s body with consciousness and compassion. Words are used to deepen and reflect the clients experience.
The intention is to help bring the client to greater awareness of what is unconsciously being blocked by the tension and the physical symptoms. Come see a demonstration & partake in guided, hands-on exercises showing the value of unconditional presence & authenticity with self and others.
Location: Zettmar Studio, 73 Pelham St, second floor of Newport Congregational Church, Newport, RI 02840 (www.Zettmar.com)
For information and registration please call 401-848-0288.
FEE: $20 pre-registration- $25 day off.
Are you looking for an opportunity to make more money, establish a business, or break into a new career path, but don’t have the background or experience in the area in which you wish to expand? You don’t have to go back to school for entry level to make more money doing what you love.
Career writing offers you the opportunity to set you apart from others in your field. Let Danielle help you turn you from someone who has a passion for a topic, into an expert.
What you walk away with from this workshop:
-Confidence in your ability to resource, source, and cite your writing.
-Knowledge on how to build a portfolio of published writing
-How to place pieces you have written so the right people can find them
-Instructions for submitting to publications that will help establish you as an expert in your field.
Danielle Rose has been in journalism for almost 20 years, and writes for publications like the Newport Daily News. She has been editing and teaching writers how to make money through their passions for many years.
February 10th, 10-11 :30 am $35 pp
Thank you for your interest in the St. Catherine of Bologna 19th Annual Photography, Art & Poetry Exhibition and Sale, featuring Musical Performances. Please read the attached guidelines carefully and return your application, along with your fee, no later than February 20, 2018 to:
David J. Nocera
St. Catherine of Bologna Church Patron of the Arts Association
112 Erskine Road
Ringwood, NJ 07456
Entries are accepted on a first-come, first served basis until our maximum number is met. Photography and art hanging fees for adult artists are $45.00 for 3 entries. Check the prospectus for further details. Receiving day for all entries is Sunday, March 4, 2018 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM at St. Catherine of Bologna Parish Center,112 Erskine Road (right side of the upper parking lot), Ringwood, NJ. If you cannot make it March 4th, please have someone drop it off for you. Please also consider donating additional original artwork to our Silent Auction.
This year our Spotlight will commemorate Ringwood’s 100th Anniversary with entries in all disciplines which depict Ringwood. Judging will award a special Ringwood 100th Anniversary prize for one entry in each discipline – Art, Photography and Poetry – which best represents Ringwood and its history.
In memory of our beloved friends, Monsignor Pat and Sister Matthew, the Spirituality Award “Celebrating the Light That You Are” will be selected for the work with best illustrates the philosophy Sister Matthew expressed when she said “In us there is a light, a beauty, a thing we share with others. There is a light that comes out of you that will always help you.”
Be sure to indicate these special Ringwood and Spirituality entries on both the application and the artwork labels.
Again this year, we will host the Artist Meet-and-Greet, a private event for all participating artists. We hope you will plan to attend the Artist Meet-and-Greet on Saturday March 10th from 3-4 PM, prior to doors opening to admit the general public.
We provide a designated area for artists to display business cards. Cards must not be displayed in any other area, and should be submitted with your entry at drop-off on March 4th.
Prints sales will no longer be allowed, but photographers may offer duplicate framed works, after the sale of the original, at the same price. Please remember the artist bears the responsibility of delivering or shipping the item as soon as possible after the exhibition. Sales information will be supplied and the usual donation applies.
Once again, thank you for your participation and support. We look forward to viewing your artistic work and seeing you at the Exhibition. If you have any further questions, please visit our website at www.StCathArts.org or call Linda at (201) 314-8045 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David J. Nocera
Come on out to St. Catherine of Bologna’s 19th Annual Photography, Art, and Poetry Exhibition and Sale featuring musical performances.
The event will take place on March 9th-11th, 2018 and will include music, wine and cheese, poetry reading and more!
Full details are available on the calendar attached. Admission is free!