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The Weston A. Price Foundation’s Munster chapters are proud to announce our 3rd Wise Traditions Ireland conference, which will take place in our familiar and highly praised venue Thomond Park, Limerick on March 25 & 26, 2017.
This years theme is “Changing Our Minds”.
We face daunting health challenges not just as a nation but as a species. A time of global transition is upon us and the wisdom used by ancient cultures to achieve vibrant health against all the odds has never been more important to understand. This wisdom calls upon us to challenge our thinking about our health.
We don’t need to accept that current health crises such as obesity and diabetes, though common, are normal. We have the ability to make profound positive changes to our health.
As our mental health becomes a national concern, we must make the connection that the way in which our brains and bodies are built and nourished determines how our minds work!
The conference will challenge the way you think about food, health and farming in a world flooded with conflicting expert advice.
An international line-up of speakers, with their homework well and truly done, will blend ancient traditional wisdom with modern scientific understanding and inspire us to change our mind about decades of outdated health advice.
Join us for what will surely be a weekend to remember, an event that continues to bring hope and inspiration into the lives of ordinary people struggling to recapture what is ultimately our birthright – vibrant health!
Ivor Cummins, Dr Zoe Harcombe, Sam Feltham, Dr Natasha Campbell McBride, Brendan O Brien, Maya Flynn, Jim Cronin.
Details and Tickets available on www.wapfmunster.com
The Endocrine System and Women’s Health with Dr. Jody Noe
Offered by: Midwest Women’s Herbal
When: April 7, 2017 to April 9, 2017
Dr. Jody Noe, MS, ND will present and expand on her workshop “Dance of the Female Sex Hormones in this 3-day workshop, held at the Goodman Community Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
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For more information, visit:http://www.midwestwomensherbal.com/dr-jody-noe
Nourish Vermont Traditional Foods and Health Gathering
See more information here
3-Day Clinical Herbalism, Doula Certification and Botanical Drawing Immersions
Offered by: Midwest Women’s Herbal
When: June 6, 2017 to June 8, 2017
Grow your knowledge, understanding and experience as you spend 3 days in an engaging, informative Immersion. Choose from:
- Can you hear me now? Exploring the Physiology of the Major Communication Networks in the Human Body and the Implications for How You Talk With Yourself with Tammi Sweet
- Certified Holistic Doula Program with Whapio
- Plant Exploration Through Botanical Drawing with Wendy Hollender
Held at Camp Helen Brachman in Almond, Wisconsin
Pre-conference Intensive Workshops
Offered by: Midwest Women’s HerbalWhen: Friday, June 9, 2017 9am-noonFive workshops, Friday morning before the Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference gets underway, offer a chance to go deeper with instructors on a variety of topics. A great addition to a full weekend when you also register for the Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference, or an opportunity to get a taste of what our events are all about!
This year’s offerings:
- Food and the Hunger for Connection with Jessica Prentice
- Herbal Pharmacy: Outside the Box Preparations with Lisa Ganora
- Healing Our Strong and Tender Hearts – Spiritually, Emotionally and Physically with Robin Rose Bennett
- Music as Medicine with Ubaka Hill
- Eldership, Peacekeeping and Holding Transformation with Whapio
Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference
Offered by: Midwest Women’s HerbalCome and enjoy herbal education & personal growth workshops, singing, dancing, plant walks, nourishing meals, swimming & campfires – all in a village co-created in the natural beauty of a lakeside, rustic camp. Held at Camp Helen Brachman in Almond, Wisconsin.
August 11-13, 2017
NOFA Summer Conference
A three day solutions-oriented annual celebration of the grassroots organic movement with over 100 workshops. Gardeners, farmers, growers and food-lovers from across the Northeast will again share their inspiration and ideas for organic food, farming, health, activism, and beyond.
2017 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
Dr. Don Huber will illuminate the effect GMO’s and the herbicide Glyphosate (main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup) has on biological systems at all levels, in soil, animals and humans alike.
Michael Phillips will inspire us with his ongoing work demonstrating holistic management practices and the importance of mycorrhizal networks that support biological life.
For more information and to register, please visit www.nofasummerconference.org!
Humoural Temperaments for Mongrel Herbalists with Jim McDonald
Offered by: Midwest Women’s HerbalJim McDonald will share how he understands and utilizes the humoural temperaments, and how he’s adapted them to the six tissue states & contemporary culture. Held at Echo Valley Farm in Ontario, Wisconsin – just a short drive after the United Plant Savers Planting the Future Conference.
Mycelium Mysteries: Women’s Mushroom Retreat
Offered by: Midwest Women’s HerbalA unique women’s mushroom retreat – with workshops on wild mushroom gathering and identification, fungal ecology, mushroom medicine & nutrition, ethnomycology, women’s roles in the history of fungi and more – held at Camp Helen Brachman in Almond, Wisconsin.
Wise Traditions 2017 International Conference at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis. Featuring Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, Tom Cowan, MD, Sally Fallon Morell, Ben Greenfield, Chris Masterjohn, PhD, Pam Schoenfeld, RD, Stephanie Seneff, PhD and more. For details see http://conferences.westonaprice.org/