Speaking with PowerMonday, January 31 from 5-6 pm ETwith guest teacher Megan Hamilton “Speaking With Power” covers all of the bases so that you can give a confident and authentic presentation. We’ll dive right into physicality (using principles from Alexander Technique); breathing exercises to stay calm (so that your brain doesn’t override your ability to function);

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The Herbal Clinician’s Apothecary: Thoughts, Tips, and Regulations PrimerMonday, November 8 from 5-7 pm ETwith guest teacher Maria noël Groves Are you a budding herbal clinician who currently dispenses or hopes to dispense and blend herbal remedies for your clients? While there are many advantages to stocking and making your own blends for clients, there are

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​Integrative Practitioner Hangout + Q&A​​Sunday, July 19th, 7-8 pm​Come hang out with Camille and other practitioners for a casual session to talk about building and growing your practice, ask clinical questions and/or get advice. This is a new endeavor, so we’ll see how it works out! We’ll meet via Zoom. I’ll need at least 5

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Supporting Clients with Insomnia: A WebinarIf you’ve ever struggled to get a good night’s sleep, you know how challenging it is to experience insomnia. In this webinar, we went over the most common causes of insomnia. After a brief review of the key pathophysiological mechanisms to watch out for, I share some of the clinical

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Thanks for your interest in the case study group. This group is open to all herb students and practitioners. While beginning herb students are welcome, please know that we won’t be spending a lot of time covering introductory information (e.g. the definition of an infusion v. a decoction). Case Study Group is a friendly place,

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I’ll be teaching a class on herbs for the postpartum period during this year’s symposium, and I’ve also been invited to lead a pre-conference intensive on creating a virtual practice. Details below! The American Herbalists Guild conference this year is at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia. The main conference is Friday – Sunday, November

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I can’t tell you what an honor it is to be teaching this workshop at Jim Duke’s Green Farmacy Garden. Please join me in September for a 2 hour workshop on the use of herbs for pregnancy and postpartum health. We’ll talk about safety issues, different ways to prepare and use herbs that are appropriate

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Hi there, yoga teachers. I’m excited to announce an upcoming workshop on teaching fertility yoga that will help you work more compassionately and skillfully with people who are trying to conceive. Teaching this fertility yoga workshop was one of my new year’s resolutions this year, and I’m so excited to share what I’ve learned. About the

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I’m excited to announce that I’ll be presenting a webinar on herbs for female fertility as part of the American Herbalists Guild’s Professional Herbalists Training series. Confused about how to help when your client is trying to conceive? In this webinar, we’ll do three things: review female reproductive physiology, so you can get clear on

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It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information out there on how to eat healthily during pregnancy. Prenatal nutrition can feel intimidating. Even if you do feel confident about what you’re supposed to be eating, food cravings, nausea, changes in blood sugar, fatigue and a stomach that’s being crowded out of its

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