Elemental Integration Workshops for Wellness:Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times.

Dates and Times (Please check this site as weather and life seems to have plans be another opportunity to laugh!)

February 11, Saturday: 2-4pm

March 11, Saturday: 2-4pm

April 11, Tuesday: 2-4pm

Location: 1519 Upper Canyon Rd, #5

(Directions on bar above)

Sliding scale $20-40

Please contact me with an RSVP as space is limited.   I also would like to send out questionnaires beforehand.

My vision for these gatherings is to offer relevant information to the season we are in, the correspondences between our physical bodies and emotional/mental aspects are the most supportive. Each class I will share tools that include essential oils, foods, acupressure protocols to assist with balancing the elements within us all.   The dates chosen happen to be close to the lunar eclipses this spring so I also, if there is interest, would love to give a brief synopsis of the astrology we as a collective and as individuals are experiencing each month.   These times are tremendously transformative and it feels so necessary for us all to learn how to harmonize ourselves, as chaos and the Unknown are so dominant in the world around us.   Chinese medicine is truly an integrative holistic philosophy that the Ancients based upon the importance of each being’s relationship with “Heaven and Earth”.   Our learning to flow with these changing and stressful times is key to living in balance.

These groups may be ongoing and monthly if there is an interest. (If such is the case I can keep them to Saturdays 2-4pm)

I may offer a more general workshop that is seasonal with the elements and less individually supportive.

Please share your ideas, suggestions, etc… as I am open as to how I may serve.

Let me know if you would like to participate in a monthly gathering that has no more than 9 people or if you would like to simply learn about the 5 Elements and how to balance them. (Contact info on bar above)

If there is more interest in a 5 Element Workshop, we are able to use the “We the People Community Acupuncture” clinic but that would change the times and would be on Saturday early evenings.