Herbs 102: Stocking Your
Herbal Medicine Cabinet
Still Wondering About the Most Helpful Herbs?
Sunday, December 17, 10am
NYC based Herbalist, Jo Anne Kelly Richards shares her top 10 herbs to keep on hand for first aid, everyday health, immune support, anxiety relief, and optimal wellness .
In, class we will share a nourishing infusion, and you will make an herbal remedy to take home along with a detailed handout full of “how to” info.
We will share a nourishing infusion, and you will make and take home your own herbal medicine (Retail Value $15)! Bring a notebook and a pen.
Date and Time
Sunday, October 15, 10am - 11:30am
Remedies Herb Shop, 453 Court St, Brooklyn (between 4th Pl and Luquer St)
$40, includes materials fee
About Your Teacher:
Jo Anne Kelly Richards, CH, CHHC, AADP Whole Wellness, LLC
Jo Anne Kelly Richards is a Certified Herbalist, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, and an experienced Formulator of Natural Skin Care. She incorporates The Wise Woman Tradition of Herbal Medicine in all aspects of her teaching, consulting and production. Jo Anne’s herbal medicine training and apprenticeship included, clinical practice, field work, plant identification, and medicine making. Jo Anne also completed the Advanced Immersion program for Holistic Health Counselors at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. With several decades of real world experience she is uniquely qualified to offer truly integrated health and wellness consulting services directly to you. Jo Anne has taught and lectured at Brooklyn College, New York Open Center, Remedies Herb Shop, NY Sports Club, The Home Spa, The Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC, and various public and private schools in NYC. As a natural skin care formulator and herbal medicine maker, Jo Anne is registered with the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.
Cancellations made with at least 7 days notice qualify for a full refund or may use the credit towards a future class of the same of lesser value, within 6 months
Cancellations made within 1 to 7 days of class may use the credit towards a future class of the same of lesser value, within 6 months
Cancellations made with less then 24 hours prior notice do not qualify for a refund or class credit
This course was informative, accessible, hands on, and fun! I walked away with so much useful knowledge about how I can start to use plant medicine in my life.
Joanne was a great teacher. You can tell she’s passionate and willing to share her vast knowledge with her students. I’m excited to take herbs 101 when I get the chance.
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