st john’s days…

st john’s days…

Herbal Medicine by PD LYONS What if there among their jars and vials Those poisons that heal came out to play? Reminisce of summer days, lazy cats tucked behind old railroad ties not bothering to move Even for those well round robins Tickling roots in search for tender nourishment. What if among tinctures, oils and
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workshops

workshops

Women’s Health Classes with Michelle Lyons Women are different – we have different bodies, different hormones and different mindsets. Gender based medicine is a relatively new field – until recently most medical research was done on men and the dosage adjusted for women. But women exhibit different signs and symptoms for many states of dis-ease
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conscious health for women classes

conscious health for women classes

Week 1: Our relationship with food – if we are what we eat, what are you? Letting your food be your medicine – cooking with superfoods. Hormones, food and you – are you fat around the middle? Conscious eating: making the right choices. Mindful eating: enjoying what you eat. Benefits of vegetarianism. Keeping your digestive
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Celtic Healing pt1

Celtic Healing pt1

The Celts were a flourishing and dynamic race, who made their way from Northern India to spread throughout Europe. Healthy living was a duty for the Celts; their druids not only had a mystical role but were also charged with the physical, mental and spiritual health of the people. Their lives were structured around a
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Developing an Anti Cancer lifestyle

Developing an Anti Cancer lifestyle

An unhealthy diet and poor lifestyle including lack of exercise and being overweight causes three times as many cancers as genetics, according to Dr Rachel Thompson, science programme manager for the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) Evidence suggests that only 5-10% of all cancers are due to inherited genes. 39% of the most common cancers,
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tree medicine, tree magic, pt1

tree medicine, tree magic, pt1

Tree Medicine, Tree Magic The Celts used the great forests as a source of meat from hunting, of berries, fruit and vegetables, as shelter and as their Materia Medica. That the creators of the first Irish alphabet ‘Ogham’ named its letters after trees is a testament to the great regard with which trees were held
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