Intro to Naturopath

Intro to Naturopathic Medicine

Do you want to get a glimpse into the world of natural remedies and naturopathic medicine or broaden your current knowledge? These naturopathic classes offer the opportunity to obtain valuable knowledge that can improve lives in a meaningful way. You will learn natural health techniques and practices to take control of your life through natural, healthy living.

This eight-week series will offer attendees a chance to dip their toe in the benefits of natural medicine and natural health through the holistic approach of naturopathic medicine by creating an environment that teaches and increase the awareness of natural health.

What is a Naturopath?

A Naturopath is a holistic specialist that studies the individual person. They evaluate and assess the person's entire history; medical, mental health, lifestyle, spirituality, and everything that creates the foundation of our individual existence and experiences. Naturopathic approaches health with day-by-day foundational changes, bringing the entire self back into balance and shifting the internal and external forces in order to create personalized health and wellness.

Date/Times

5:30pm - 8:30pm

See each session below for full details.

Cost

$30 per session per person OR $220 for the full 8-week series.

Location

Harrison City Market | Harrison, MI


Series Topics

Health Packs, Wraps, & Soaks

May 3

Learn how to help the body heal when dealing with aches, pains, sprains, inflammation, and bruising.

Class Section | CED. 1032.H07 Section Number | 66125


Advanced Salves, Poultices, & Ointments

May 10

Discussion on the history of poultices, salves, ointments, how to apply them to the body in order to draw out infection, heal wounds and burns, boils, and cysts.

Class Section | CED.1032.H08 Section Number | 66126


New Series June - August!

Advanced Plant Care & Cultivation

June 7

Discuss the history, care and partnership, cultivation, constituents, medicinal uses, preparation, and storage of plants. How to start the growth cycle from seed and/or shoot, transplant, and harvest.

Please bring gloves and garden pots if easily available.

Class Section | CED.1032.H11 Section Number | 66942


Herbal Identification Wildlife Walk

June 14

Learn about medicinal plants that grow in Michigan. This 3-hour class is dedicated to identifying and cultivating wildlife plants, flowers, and trees. Learn about the medicinal, edible, and culinary properties nature has to offer.

Class Section | CED.1032.H12 Section Number | 66943


Tinctures & Homeopathic

June 21

Discuss the history, preparation, usage, and storage of tinctures and homeopathic remedies. Homeopathic remedies are simple yet powerful remedies that are safe for all ages. Tinctures will cover the powerful herbal effects in the bloodstream with alcohol-based preparations.

Class Section | CED.1032.H13 Section Number | 66944


Soap Making

June 28

Learn the process of formulating, molding, and creating your very own soaps. You will learn how to maintain moisture, regulate body temperature, protect against skin damage and aging, protect against germs and bacteria, and how to create various soaps for health.

Class Section | CED.1032.H14 Section Number | 66945


Skincare Lotions & Lip Balms

July 12

Learn how to extract and apply herbs into lotions and lip balms to prevent chapped skin, acne, dermatitis, eczema, pores, blackheads, burns, wounds, and abrasions.

Class Section | CED.1032.H01 Section Number | 66946


Capsules, Gummies, & Antacids

July 19

Learning how to encapsulate, press, and form edible plant medicines for ease, travel, and children. Learn how each method affects the body and how to customize it for your own health care needs.

Class Section | CED.1032.H02 Section Number | 66947


Health Packs, Wraps, & Soaks

July 26

Learn how to help the body heal when dealing with aches, pains, sprains, inflammation, and bruising.

Class Section | CED. 1032.H03 Section Number | 66948


Reflexology

August 2

This class allow you the opportunity to learn Reflexology, which is an ancient therapeutic massage technique that works on applying acupressure to the reflex points of the body. Shape your health by introducing simple daily routines for yourself and applying Reflexology to others of all ages. Learn how to apply minimal pressure in order to live a more pain-free life.

Class Section | CED.1032.H04 Section Number | 66941

Questions?

We'd love to answer them!

lifelonglearning@midmich.edu

(989) 386-6651

Instructor Bio

Marhea Fay has been working in the Naturopathic Field since 2015 and specializes in Reflexology. She hopes to expand Naturopathic health and wellness in the community through Lifelong Learning classes in partnership with Mid Michigan College.

 
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