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backyard weed walk

  • May 19, 2012 · 3:30 PM
  • Rosetree Holistic health

I am doing a backyard weed walk to help out with a Holistic Health Fair at a clinic Lisa and I work at.

Below is the schedule for the day:


All day: Chair Massages
All day:  Acupuncture; Tongue and Pulse diagnosis
1:20 Somatic Psychology;  The mind-body connection in mental health
1:40 Acupuncture: What TCM is and how it can help you.
2:00 Wholistic Treatment of Depression and Bipolar
2:30 Demonstration:Hypnotherapy & Stress Reduction
3:30 pm Wild food and medicine in our backyard (and yours too!) This is a walk and talk.

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  • Hugh

    A curious group with several new attendees, learned what happens when you don't mow the grass. Your weeds become food, medicine and beautiful flowers.

    May 21, 2012

  • Robin C.

    Who could ever imagine how much food we have in our own backyards. Thank you for your time Hugh.

    May 20, 2012

  • rona s.

    This was my first weed walk and I really enjoyed it. Hugh is very knowledgeable.

    May 20, 2012

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