Getting Dirty - Herbs for Stress Relief - Central

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Central Library
Faulkner Gallery

Event Details

Want to learn how to make your own herbal remedies for stress relief? Come join local Herbalist Emily Sanders and learn how to make two calming and relaxing herbal remedies to help relieve tension and stress.  We will cover several basic, easy-to-follow recipes and give you hands on practice so you make your herbal remedies at home. By the end of class you will walk away with your very own kit of herbal stress relief products.

Registration required, space is limited.
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About the instructor:
Emily Sanders, Certified Clinical Herbalist, Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Massage Therapist

 

Emily is a certified plant geek & anatomy freak who loves connecting people with their own personal plant allies and their healer within.  Emily is the founder of the Artemisia Academy of Herbal Arts & Healing, a new school for community & land based herbal education in Santa Barbara, CA.  She has been teaching holistic health for over 10 years, including subjects such as Nutrition, Anatomy & Pathology at the Santa Barbara Body Therapy Institute and Medicinal Plant Walks at the Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens.  Emily also runs her own private practice Active Alchemy, where she teaches transformative self-care through massage, nutrition & herbal remedies. To learn more about healing your own body, visit www.ActiveAlchemy.com, or to learn herbal medicine, visit www.ArtemisiaAcademy.com .


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Getting Dirty is a monthly series on gardening and plant topics from growing, to pruning, to history, and more. Lectures, hands on, and walks will all be scheduled. Join the Central Library the first Sunday of every month at 2pm.

Event Type(s): Library Program
Age Group(s): Adults, Teens
Jen Lemberger
(805) 564-5621

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