• October 19, 2017
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Be part of herbal tradition!

Fire Cider is a traditional remedy coined by herbalist Rosemary Gladstar with deep roots in folk medicine. It is a warming immuno-enhancing tonic that aids in digestion, clears the sinuses, fights colds and flus, and is both a food and medicine. We will be covering the traditional recipe that Rosemary Gladstar has been making for over 30 years, and will touch on some of our favorite variations. Each student will be going home with a jar of Fire Cider that will be ready to harvest in time for flu season.

During this class, you will learn how to make Rosemary’s traditional remedy hands-on using organic ingredients, and you’ll take home a batch to keep your family healthy this fall.

Join us every Thursday night to learn more about the healing world of plants! With a rotation of topics and teachers, both the amateur plant lover and the seasoned herbal enthusiast will find a workshop to fit your interest. Beginners and experts alike are welcome to come learn, share, and grow together. No prior herbal experience is necessary!

Tuition is $20 per workshop, or sign up for 10 & get one FREE. Bring a notebook, a pen, a curious mind, and a friend!

We encourage you to register in advance, as space in each week’s workshop is limited.

Thursdays, 6:30-8:30 pm

Shannon Lockhart is a Mother, Folk Herbalist and light-worker. As a healer, her passion in life has become empowering others by helping them learn how to be responsible for their personal health and well-being. With such a busy life and being mindful of the fact the she is human and not immune to the external stressors in our world, Shannon decided to implement yoga into her daily routine. After attending yoga regularly, she was pleased with how yoga helped her off the mat in every aspect of her life. Having crossed paths with a wonderful teacher by the name of Tymi Howard and feeling blessed to be a part of the beautifully spirited community of like-minded individuals she helped grow, she was in Love! Shannon soon decided she wanted to deepen her practice and began teacher training the following summer. Shannon has been teaching yoga ever since and is truly humbled by the opportunity and experience. Allowing yoga to take a key role in her life has been essential as it has opened doors to new positive opportunities, new friends, and most importantly opened her heart! Shannon wants to share her passion and love for yoga with others, knowing it will have many positive effects in their lives as well.

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Venue Phone: 407-595-3731

Venue Website:

The Cove at Cady Way Trail, 7213 Sandscove Court Suite 9, Winter Park, Florida, 32792, United States

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