Intro to Permaculture for the Herbalist’s Path

7:00-9:00PM | Thursday November 21
Anima Mundi Apothecary
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31 Noble St, Brooklyn, NY 11222, USA
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New York City

A whole systems perspective on human and global wellness, melding two broad interdisciplinary studies: Herbalism and Permaculture. Holistic health starts from the foundation of soil, travels through the hydrological cycle and it animated by the forests. This class will review the relationship between the human body and the essential biological systems of the planet through the Philosophy and Practice of Permaculture. We will cover the Ethics and Principles of Permaculture, the unique function of the life systems, the social impact of our ecological choices in relation to our herbal practice and how these concepts and perspectives apply to human and community wellness.


Your Contribution: $40


Bio:

Sarah Wu is a passionate educational curator, facilitator and mentor dedicated to adult learners of all backgrounds. A representative for Mother Nature as a writer and teacher of Deep Ecology, Therapeutic Ecology and whole systems design through the lens of Herbalism and Permaculture. Sarah Wu has 19 years studying the science, art and craft of Planetary Eclectic Herbal Medicine. Her foundation is in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Wise Woman Tradition, actively practicing clinical herbalism in the Neo-Tropics for 10 years. With 25 and counting, 75+hour Permaculture Design Courses in her portfolio, Sarah teaches full length and specialized Permaculture courses and workshops tailored to community dynamics, event production and holistic health. Sarah is the friendly Village Witch, co-founder and producer of Envision Festival, where she curates the educational offerings and founded the unique Herbal First Aid Clinic Training. She founded and produced Medicines from the Edge: A Tropical Herbal Convergence, dedicated to bridging the eclectic healing traditions of Latin America, produced the Permaculture Plaza and Village Witches at the Oregon Eclipse, is a regular faculty member at the Punta Mona Center for Regenerative Design & Botanical Studies, is a faculty member of the Permaculture Women’s Guild and a regular contributor to organizations such as NuMundo and United Plant Savers. She has studied with numerous leaders in the Western Herbalism renaissance, such as David Winston, Rosemary Gladstar, Paul Bergner, and 7Song and has worked in relief efforts in Guatemala and at Natural Doctor’s International on the island of Omatepe, Nicaragua.