- May 16, 2018
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
WELLNESS WEDNESDAY WORKSHOP
In the 1920’s & 30’s British physician Dr. Edward Bach discovered the emotional healing properties of the 38 flower essences. He found that by using flower essences, his patients recovered faster from disease and surgery. In the last 20 years, science has caught up to Dr. Back with growing evidence that our emotional and physical health are inextricably linked. In this class, Lisa will briefly overview each of the 38 Bach Flower Essences, discuss how they work, their various uses and formulation of multiple essences.
Join us every Wednesday night to learn more about experiencing radiant health with the simple gifts of your garden, easy kitchen hacks, and empowering lifestyle tools. With a rotation of topics and teachers, this workshop series is perfect for those seeking guidance towards healthier living, but the seasoned health enthusiast is also certain to take home new tips and tricks. Beginners and experts alike are welcome to come learn, share, and grow together. No prior experience is necessary! Tuition is $20 per workshop. We encourage you to register in advance, as space in each week’s workshop is limited. Bring a notebook, a pen, a curious mind, and a friend!
Tuition: $20 per Wellness Wednesday workshop.
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Instructor Lisa Ray
Lisa is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Science (Zoology) with an emphasis in anatomy and physiology. In her spare time, she loves playing with her dog, Sunshine, gardening, traveling, cooking and spending time with family and friends.
A plant walk at Mead Gardens five years ago with Emily Ruff, rekindled a love of plants and the power of wellness they possess. Since that fateful day, Lisa Ray plunged into an intensive study of health, wellness and herbalism. She graduated from Florida School of Holistic Living’s Community Herbalist program in 2016, training with Emily Ruff. Then in 2016 she made the decision to leave her native Florida and move to Low Gap, North Carolina. Under the guidance of Thomas Easley and Matthew Wood, she completed the 11-month Intensive Advanced Clinical Herbalist Program at the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine. Spending time in the school’s 400 acre nature sanctuary was a once in a lifetime experience that she will cherish forever. In a quest to learn from a variety of herbalists, Lisa has also attended classes with Jim McDonald, Marc Williams, Erika Galatin, Sam Coffman, Steven Horne and Guido Masé. Lisa has completed levels 1 & 2 of the Bach Flower Essence Training Program.