Come celebrate Late Summer with an afternoon on the farm!
Late Summer is the harvest season, the peak of abundance. It is a time to experience nature's bounty and soak up the warm golden glow of the sun. Late Summer marks the transition from yang to yin, inviting us to slow down and receive nourishment in preparation for Fall and Winter. Late Summer is associated with the Earth Element, an energy of grounding, rooting, gratitude, nurturance, and fullness.
Seasonal transition can sometimes bring upheaval, stirring up emotions and shaking up our bodies. The more we can tune into the rhythms of the natural world and flow with the seasons, the more we can harness their energy to cultivate balance and vitality in body, mind, and spirit.
In this class we will develop tools to cultivate our natural vitality and embrace the energy of Late Summer, including meditation, Five Element wisdom, herbal knowledge, and experiential exercises. We will conclude with a celebratory feast in honor of Mother Earth and the Autumnal Equinox.
Participants will leave with a seasonal herbal tea blend made from Pachamama herbs. This promises to be a day of nourishment, community, and fun — join us!
Jill Cohen, Clinical Herbalist
Jill is an herbalist and educator. She works at Pachamama where she helps maintain the herb garden, teaches classes, and crafts herbal products for Pachamama Botanicals.
Allie Dodge, Five-Element Acupuncturist
Allie is a Five-Element Acupuncturist and Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner. She is also the co-owner of Pachamama Farm & Wellness and is on faculty at the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture.
Gail Margolis, Wholistic Psychotherapist
Gail is a registered psychotherapist and received her Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology. She is also an astrologer, staff at Living Well Transitions, and administrative manager for Pachamama Farm & Wellness.
Date: Saturday September 10th
Cost: $45, includes herbal tea blend
*A limited number of work-trade slots are available. Please inquire.
All attendees must register before September 6th.
Pre-registration discount: Pay only $40 if you register before September 3rd
Contact Gail Margolis for more information and registration at firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is the third in a series focused on supporting health and well-being through seasonal transition. It can be taken alone or as part of a series. Stay tuned for future dates!