DISCOVERING THE WISE WOMAN WITHIN Yearlong Training with Corinna at Red Moon Herbs
Date(s) - 02/01/2020 - 12/31/2020
February to December 2020
Based in a culture of respect and self-knowledge, this unique “materia medica” developed by Corinna Wood provides tools to nourish your long-term thriving, from the roots up. The program supports the discovery of underlying needs and the development of healthy strategies to navigate the challenges we face as women in the world today.
Discovering the Wise Woman Within
As you connect with your own needs, your day-to-day strategies will become increasingly effective–more and more, your outer life reflects the self-loving paradigm of the Wise Woman ways.
Early bird discounts of $60 off are offered for registrations until Dec 13th
(that’s Friday the 13th!)
“The Wise Woman Within coursework brought me home to a vocabulary I’ve been missing without knowing it, about my needs and feelings and being in relationship with myself and others in a deep and profound way.”
~Rachel Adams, VA
Limited work exchange and scholarship positions
|One of our long time favorite Red Moon Herbs blends is the Deep Roots blend – combining three sister plants. Burdock, dandelion, and yellow dock provide deep nourishment and tonification of the internal organs.
If you’re looking to stock up your medicine chest for winter, Red Moon Herbs offers potent tinctures, salves and oils made from fresh, local plants.
Red Moon Herbs
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