Herb Immersion Workshop
Herb Tasting, Discussion and In Depth Training
Participants will work directly with plants, looking, touching, smelling, brewing, tasting and discussing over 100 Chinese medicinal herbs. Discussion will utilize classical Chinese concepts such as flavor and nature, yin and yang qualities and inherent potency to understand the clinical application of single herbs and their combination in formulas. Most importantly, herbs will be understood through comparing and contrasting and direct experience.
This course was designed as a hands-on and in depth complement to the Classical Herbalist Online course. Participants in the herb workshop are not required to purchase the online program for attendance, but we do feel both hands on and theoretical learning are crucial to becoming a confident and effective herbalist.
In Person Dates & Locations:
Asheville, North Carolina--NCCAOM, California & Florida 12 CEUs for each weekend, 48 CEUS total!
March 25- 26, 2023
May 20-21, 2023
August 05-06, 2023
October 21-22, 2023
London, England: class begins in 2024. For more information or to enroll, please contact Miller's Way www.millerswayproject.com
March 9-10, 2024
June 22-23, 2024
September 21-22, 2024
November 9-10, 2024
Zurich, Switzerland: begins March 2022 (enrollment closed)
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After hospital internships in China during the summers of 2003 and 2004, JulieAnn moved to China full time to work with ATS to document two of Beijing’s most famous traditional practitioners Dr Li Hongxiang (1924-2018) and Dr Chen Tongyun (1922 -). This exposure to classically based clinical medicine led JulieAnn to understand the naturalistic perspective and utter practicality of Chinese medicine in a new light. Encouraged by Dr Li to complete doctoral level studies, JulieAnn focused on the classical perspective of herbs investigating the flavor and nature of the herbal substances applied in the Shanghan Lun compared to the qualities of the same herbs today.
After eight and a half years living in China, JulieAnn and husband Andrew returned to the United States due to changing regulations for foreigners practicing medicine. Now residing in Asheville, North Carolina, JulieAnn treats patients at the Alternative Clinic, oversees development of Appalasia tea and herb farm, and teaches post graduate herb programs in Zurich, London and Frankfurt.