Saturday and Sunday, Feb 25-26, 2017, 1:45-6:00 (Sat.), 9:00-6:00 (Sun., includes lunch)
Location: Highland Lake Cove, Flat Rock, NC
In this hands-on course, you’ll learn how to care for your family at home with natural home health care techniques. We will begin our work together looking at principles that guide and support the healthy incarnation of the young child. Then, through presentation and demonstration, we will explore home care principles that work with these lawful processes. External applications to use during normal childhood illness—as well as ways for care givers to nurture themselves—will be experienced and practiced using healing and nurturing botanical substances. Students will become familiar with wraps, poultices, inhalations and healing touch for common ailments, fevers and self-care.
Patricia Hart is an internist that began studying anthroposophic medicine in 2001, after her two girls entered City of Lakes Waldorf School in Minneapolis. She now lives with her husband, Kerry Lindsey, in Flat Rock, and has opened up an anthroposophic palliative and hospice care practice in Flat Rock, in addition to working at the Elizabeth House, the local hospice facility.
Everyone is welcome!
Cost for the workshop, including snacks both days and lunch Sunday is $225; $45 for LifeWays graduates; included in tuition for students in the NC LifeWays training.
Information will be sent about local accommodations, or shared housing is available onsite.
For further information, email Ashley Masters.