Discover & Learn the Power of Native Healing Herbal Balms.
An interactive workshop from identification through to preparation and use.
Participants are taken into the bush to identify and pick their own plants. We talk about how to pick, when to pick according to moon cycles, advice and guidance on picking, blessings, integrity and honouring papatuanuku, our mother earth.
This is a hands on practical workshop, exploring the senses - you see the healing balms made, make your own healing balm and lip balm - and of course you get to take them home! We make our products without using chemical or nasty ingredients, its all natural.
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Healing Balm Workshop - Your Day
Introductions - background story around the journey that led to Native Healing Herbals.
Demonstration on moon cycles and how they affect our planet, plants, bodies and all of nature - visit to the bush.
Full Day Workshop - 10am till 3pm
$150 per person
$25 deposit to secure your place,
Pricing includes all materials and handouts
HOW TO BOOK
Spaces are limited so bookings are essential
Simply Contact Tia to find out course dates and to secure your place
I will travel to you if there are enough participants at an extra cost per head (location dependent) - These are adult courses, if you have a child group please contact me or look at kids programs page
Coordinator kelly Scott-Ritchie, Community House, Kaitaia
......Tia Jellick (healey) is our facilitator for the healing balm workshops.. the content of these courses are of an excellent standard, we anticipate ongoing workshops....
ruth davison, RGON RM BHS (midwifery) east coast midwives
Tia has presented several workshops on the making of natural balms for my antenatal classes held at our east coast clinic. both the women and myself got a lot out of these classes, tia is very skilled at what she does.....
debbie stone, HIPPY programme coordinator, ngati kahu social and health services, northland
Tamariki ora manager, kohanga maternity centre, te hauora o te hiku o te ika, northland
class acknowledgment, northtec students