Upcoming Intensive with Matthew Wood in Arab, Alabama:
Traditional Ways of Understanding: Energetics, Tissue States, Specific Indications and Native American Animal Medicines
Sunday, November 2, 2014
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
In this day long class we will discuss twenty important herbal medicines used in traditional Western and Southern herbal medicine, including Burdock, Oregon Grape Root, Marshmallow, Wild Cherry bark, Hawthorn, Yarrow, Rosemary, Angelica, Tulip Poplar, Solomon’s Seal, Hand of Friendship (false Solomon’s Seal), Lemon Balm, Agrimony, Blue Vervain, and others.
It’s going to be amazing and fun! Please plan on attending.
Cost: $125.00 for the day
Contact Phyllis Light at 256-931-0351 email via the contact page for more information and to register/save a spot.
Payments maybe be made: with paypal by going to paypal.com and “send money” to [email protected]; pay at door; or mail check to 341 South Main Street, Arab, AL 35016.
Regardless of payment method chosen, please call or email to save your spot and register.
Meals are on your own.
Phyllis D. Light and Matthew Wood
New Canaan Senior Center
2506 U.S. Highway 231 South
Arab, AL 35016
About Matthew Wood:
Matthew Wood has been a practicing herbalist since 1982. In a period when many authors and lecturers are merely “arm chair herbalists” who offer theories and opinions based on book learning, and others have turned to the exotic traditions of India or China, Matthew has been an active practitioner of traditional Western herbalism. While Matthew believes in the virtue of many other healing modalities, he has always been inspired to learn, preserve, and practice the tradition of herbal medicine descending to us from our European, Anglo-American, and Native American heritage. He is a member of the American Herbalists Guild (registered herbalist) and has earned his Masters of Science degree from the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine (accredited by the University of Wales).
Matthew has lectured in all parts of the United States, from Georgia to Maine, New York to California, and Santa Fe to Sperryville, Virginia. He has also taught in Canada, Scotland, England, France, and Australia. He is known throughout the world as an excellent teacher of herbal medicine. He is also the author of six acclaimed books on herbal medicine, published by North Atlantic Books, in Berkeley, CA:
Seven Herbs, Plants as Teachers (1987) Vitalism, The History of Herbalism, Homeopathy, and Flower Essences, originally entitled The Magical Staff (1993) The Book of Herbal Wisdom (1998) The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism (2004) The Earthwise Herbal, A Complete Guide to Old World Medicinal Plants (2008) The Earthwise Herbal, A Complete Guide to New World Medicinal Plants (2009)
And the soon to be published, Traditional Western Herbalism and Pulse Evaluation, with co-authors Phyllis D. Light and Francis Bonaldo Bégnoche. Yeah!!!!!