Upcoming Events

Ongoing Yoga Classes

Yoga is ayoga on the beachn amazing way to reduce stress, get active, improve sleep, and boost many health functions. Yoga District is a wonderful community with 6 studios in Washington, DC. Classes are $12 each.  My weekly class schedule, including classes I'm subbing (or missing), is here.


Herbal Apprentice Program

March 14, 2015

The 2015 Herbal Apprentice Progam is full.  Stay tuned for information on registering for the 2016 program - coming in January 2016.  

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Herbalism 101

May 30, 2015

What does it mean to use herbs medicinally? Why do they work – or not? Learn the basics of harvesting and drying herbs and making teas, poultices, and powders; and explore the art of matching plants to people.

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Inversions Playshop: a yoga workshop

June 20, 2015

Being upside down supports the nervous system, the circulatory system, the lymphatic system, the endocrine system, and it’s fun! ... Except when it feels scary, frustrating, or dangerous. Successful inversions are created through the combination of alignment, core strength, and courage, and are possible for everyone with patience and effort.

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Herbs for Stress Management

June 27, 2015

How does your body respond to stress?  Do you fight?  Run away?  Play dead?  Would you like to use herbs to respond more mindfully and more usefully to stressful situations?

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Herbs to Support Digestion

August 8, 2015

Digestion is central to good health: we have to eat and absorb nutrients to live! Nervous stomach, trouble with digesting fats, (ahem) gas — imbalances can show up in many different ways.

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Herbs to Support the Immune System

October 3, 2015

Does cold & flu season knock you out every year?  Are you living in fear of spring allergies?  Could your immune system use some support? 

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