Friday, September 02, 2011
just a quickie!
we added two new events today.... a fabulous Bach Flower Essence Class, and a Shamanic Journeying class that will be held during Sample Sunday, Sept. 18.
Details can be found on our Facebook page - until Maggie's computer is fixed I cannot add them to our website (but hopefully soon....)
We ARE open this Saturday, on this fine Labor Day weekend, so bring your friends, family, guests, etc. - come on out to see the beautiful High Trestle Trail bridge, have a delicious lunch at Cayenne's Cafe, and visit our neighbors at Picket Fence Creamery. Woodward is a fabulous place to spend a relaxing afternoon!
Thursday, September 01, 2011
We have a LOAD of fabulous classes coming up this fall!
First our awesome DIY Herbal Medicine with Lynn, our favorite "herbologist"...
September 10 , Make Your Own Herbal Medicine $50 1.00-2:30 pm, $50. If you are interested in making your own herbal remedies, this is the class for you. Herbs to help with colds, allergies, getting to sleep and fatigue, will be available for you to mix and match and make your own special blend to suit your specific needs. Meet the herbs in their fresh and/or dried forms. The class includes all the necessary equipment for you to take home a pint of your own concoction. Learn what master herbalists around the country are using for which ailments. Class taught by Lynn Parkey, herbalist and reiki practitioner.
Then, some craziness with the lovely Zan Asha!
September 17 - Beginning Organic Beekeeping 101 11:00-1:30
October 1, DIY Herbal Tea Blending $30 1.00-2:30 pm $35. Herbal Tea Lovers Unite!! Come make your own blend of herbal tea! Make infusions of 20+ herbs and decide for yourself what you like best! The best part is you get to take home your favorite!! YUM!!! Class taught by Lynn Parkey, herbalist and reiki practitioner.
October 15 - Dyeing with Indigo - $35 1-4 PM The Japanese word Shibori means “to fold” or “to crumple.” The technique has been used for centuries to create unique color patterns on fabrics and fibers. Indigo is a common dye plant famous for producing beautiful shades of blue and purple, most famous as the coloring agent used in blue jeans. In this workshop, we’ll put some contemporary twists on ancient Shibori methods and use modern, pre-reduced natural indigo to create unique patterns and textures. Each participant will learn the technique of dyeing with indigo, practice a variety of Shibori tie-ups and manipulations, and take home a one-of-a-kind hand-dyed t-shirt.
No previous dye experience is needed. Bring an old shirt or apron to wear in class – these dyes are permanent!
Sign up for these classes by following this link!