Learn to use infused oils to make salves, lotions and massage oils. We will use calendula infused oil and lavender infused oil made in last month’s class. Participation in the previous class is not required. Everyone will leave with recipes and samples.
Have you ever wondered what Reiki was? Are you curious about energy work and how it may be beneficial for you? Come to this introductory class to learn more about this "Universal Life Force" that is available to us for deep relaxation.
Cholesterol is important in our physiology for various reasons including hormonal balance, cell structure and repair. In recent times, blood cholesterol levels and its effects on our health has been a heavily debated topic.
Start making kombucha at home! Kombucha is a fermentation of sweetened tea. In this class we’ll learn how to make it and also discuss why fermented foods are so beneficial. Participants will take home a “scoby” (a starter culture) to get started.
Join Herbalist Guido Masé for an herb walk at Waterfront Park and learn to identify common medicinal plants. Bring a camera, paper and a pen to take notes if you’d like. We will meet at the beginning of the bike path across from ECHO Lake Aquarium.
Infused oils may be used alone as a topical treatments, included in body care recipes, or even enjoyed in culinary recipes. Join City Market’s Herbal Education Coordinator, Cristi Nunziata, in learning simple techniques for making infused oils.
Join herbalist Guido Masé for a plant walk and learn about the many beautiful plants growing in the marshes and woods of the Ethan Allen Homestead. Bring a paper, pen, and a camera if you'd like to take notes. Guido Masé RH(AHG) is a clinical herbalist and "wild medicine" educator.