Tulsi/Holy basil playshop with Dr. Nitya Jess Eisenheim, Naturopath and Herbalist
Come learn about this amazing plant ally, make medicine and enjoy being together on this beautiful homestead in Southern Vermont.
Sunday August 12th
Snacks and tea provided.
179 Bluebird Dr. Guildford, VT(last house at the top of the hill)
RSVP by August 10th. cash, check or credit accepted($5 processing fee added)
In our time together we will explore the physical, emotional and spiritual properties of this long revered plant. You will learn how to sit and listen to the plant, give gratitude and ask for teachings before we make any medicine.
All levels of experience with herbalism are welcome!
Located about 20 minutes from Greenfield, MA and Brattleboro, VT
The workshop is at the home and gardens of herbalist Julie Beet.
Directions: Google maps will get you there. Cell service on Bluebird Drive is spotty at best, but should work most of the way there. Julie’s home phone number is 802-251-0552.
About the presenter:
Dr. Nitya Jessica Eisenheim is a Naturopathic health physician and consultant, who is passionate about herbal medicine, cooking, healthy food and community building. Nitya grew up in NYC going to conventional doctors. She did not know a dandelion from a tomato plant, nonetheless know that plants can actually heal you. Through learning herbal medicine, Ayurveda, integrative nutrition, naturopathic medicine, cranio sacral therapy and visceral manipulation, she learned ways to listen to the body and be in harmony with it, instead of feeling confused by the body’s signals or feeling like she was in a constant battle with it. She healed from chronic back and hip pain, irregular periods and unhealthy digestion.
Nitya is an expert at creating individualized health plans for clients who suffer from chronic pain and digestive issues. As many of her family members have suffered from incorrect treatment of Lyme disease, she also is passionate about preventing Lyme disease from being a chronic illness and specializes in caring for you in the early stages of Lyme. She incorporates multiple modalities into client’s care. Dr. Nitya Eisenheim graduated from Bastyr University, considered a top research and academic institution. She has also studied plant spirit medicine with Pam Montgomery at the Partner Earth Education Center and Ayurveda at the Wise Earth School of Ayurveda.
For more, see her website at www.cedarroseheals.com.