This Sunday, September 13, 2015 we present TWO herbal workshops at Q Gardens in Flatbush!
EXPRESS YO’ SELF!
Strengthen Your Voice & Being with Plant Medicine
with Anyanwu and Emerson
Release better, breathe better, feel better. This workshop is for anyone that wants to stand in their power and understand how the use of your voice can change your life.
We will cover communication as it relates to the throat chakra and how the use of your voice impacts organ health and social/emotional well-being. Through learning about medicinal plants that support the respiratory system, digestion, and thyroid glands, we will explore the ways these plants can support us in speaking our truth.
Come and learn about the following herbs that are connected to strengthening your ability to ‘EXPRESS YO’SELF!’:
• Dandelion – digestive system and liver support
• Mullein – lung and nervous system support
• Lemon Balm – nervous system and thyroid function support
• Tulsi – digestive system support
1:30 – 3:00pm
Creating Womb Care Rituals
In this workshop participants will learn about herbs which promote a healthy and balanced reproductive system. We will explore different ways to prepare delicious elixirs and healing steam baths.
This FREE community health workshop series, now in its third year, is presented through a partnership between Sustainable Flatbush and Sacred Vibes Apothecary.
To RSVP for one or both workshops, or for more information, please email kate.florence[at]gmail.com.
Q Gardens is located at 70 East 18th Street, Brooklyn NY 11226. It is around the corner from the Q subway line’s Church Avenue station and the B35 bus. [map]
In many of our workshops we spend time making different herbal preparations such as teas, tinctures, oils, and syrups. If you would like to bring some home with you, please bring a clean 2 oz. baby food jar. If you have more than one jar, bring some to share!
It is important to us that our workshops are as accessible as possible. Our outdoor workshops are held in a space with no steps or stairs, however not all walkways are paved. Please contact Kate if you have any accessibility concerns or needs.
See you in the garden!!!