Tree Medicine Walk & Workshop with Abby Artemisia and Cindi Quay - 10/26/19 (NC)
There’s so much medicine in the trees! It’s often ignored, though.
Abby Artemisia of The WANDER School and Cindi Quay of Cindi's Sacred Garden team up to offer a half-day walk and workshop on Saturday, October 26 from 10a-3p in Marshall, NC designed to honor the medicine of trees.
Trees can be tough to identify until you know a few simple tips and tricks. We’ll come together, starting with a Native American Ceremony to help us to be in the spirit to honor the trees. Then, we’ll walk this gorgeous land, learning the botany of the trees from Abby.
Cindi will tell us about the herbal benefits of the trees from a Menominee and Cherokee perspective, like medicine washes for sores and pain, and food for winter survival. Then, we’ll learn how to create a ceremony from our own Spirit connected to our Standing one’s (Tree’s) medicines, following harvesting in a way that truly honors them, and combines ethical harvesting techniques.
We’ll finish the day making a traditional tree medicine you’ll get to take home to stock your winter first aid kit.
Bring your lunch and snacks; herbal tea and water will be provided. Dress for the weather, wearing shoes for uneven ground.
Learn more about Abby here.
Learn more about Cindi here.
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Registration: $45 + $5 materials
Location: Fera Farm, 503 Old Farm Rd, Marshall, NC
Hours:10a-3p, including 1 hour lunch break