Friday 15:00 - 18:00 & Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
For anyone who has previously participated in an Introduction to Herbal Medicine workshop, or who has a particular interest in any of the advanced sessions outlined below.
The session will be for any women, gender non-binary and trans folk for whom the issues are of interest.
All welcome - whether you’re new to some of these ideas/conversations or want to contribute of your own body of knowledge.
This workshop will use Threads - a DIY, not-for-profit book - as a basis for information exchange and shared conversation about anatomy, sex & gender, and the various differences and commonalities of experiences throughout the menstrual cycle. It will look at what gets called ‘PMS’, and also at what gets called ‘mental’ health, and will critique biomedical stories we are given about the body/mind as part of opening up space to explore our different and similar lived experiences, and to consider both what health and what ‘self-care’ mean in the context of social justice and social change. We will also look at herbs and self-care for some common women’s health issues.
Facilitated by Lisa Fannen
Did You Know
If you pay for your course in full now you will receive a discount of £5.
If you are a Southwark resident of more than 2 years, you are eligible for a free course each year.
If you're a Southwark resident that is attending for free, we ask that you pay a £10 deposit for your place which will be refunded electronically on the next working day after the workshop. To book a place, click the link below and head to our booking page.
*Southwark Adult learning Services offer to fund one free place for every Southwark resident each year, subject to availability. You need to have been resident for at least two years, not be in any other training and have a national insurance number.