Inspiring course, Lisa has an amazing energy!
It was thought provoking & overall a nourishing gathering.
Our new series of Herbal Medicine workshops have been specifically crafted for those people who want to delve further into Herbal Medicine.
This series is suited to those who have previously completed an introduction to Herbal Medicine workshop or have experience or an interest in the subject.
Our next set of dates for the academic year will be released shortly. Sign up to our newsletter to be notified.
Lisa is passionate about all of us having information, tools and resources in our own hands to make empowered decisions, and in exploring what health really means together in the broadest sense of the word - emotionally, physically, spiritually, socially and politically. She's been weaving that interest through workshops and information exchanges in all sorts of community settings and also into a book about feminist health. She's especially interested in reintegrating the use of plant medicine with bodywork and other traditional medicine practices, and in deconstructing some of the stories we are offered about our bodies and ourselves by bio-medicine. She is part of the Radical Herbalism Gathering: radicalherbalism.org.uk and the Radical Bodywork Network: facebook.com/groups/radicalbodywork.
Rasheeqa is a community medical herbalist based in east London with 5 years’ experience of facilitating group learning and teaching short and long courses in many aspects of herbal medicine. She is passionate about collaborative and participatory herbalism in the community with a focus on sharing and exchanging healing traditions between the diverse cultures and knowledge of London. She is currently initiating a community apothecary project in Walthamstow - Community Herbal Hands - which seeks to develop networks of medicinal plant cultivation, harvesting, preparing, knowledge-sharing and use for health and well being support in our neighbourhoods.
What You Need To Know
Herbal Medicine workshops are two day workshops that will start on Friday at 18:00 - 21:00 and will be continued on Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
All materials are provided.
The workshop is held at the Garden, you can find details on how to get here via our Your Visit page.
If you are a resident of the EEA (The European Economic Area) for 3 years or more and over 19 years old, you can attend one workshop a year free of charge.
We ask that you pay a £10 deposit for your place which will be refunded electronically on the next working day after the workshop.
We have a limited number of free places, so make sure you book early to avoid disappointment!
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