Gemmotherapy with Lauren Hubele

Notes from Europe

From Foix to Laborie

To get to myself and my month worth of acquired belongings from Foix to Laborie was considerable more effort than I had imagined. What I didn’t prepare for was the rail strike the very day I arranged to collect my rental car. And then, to complicate matters further, the yellow vest movement was at its…

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Is it done yet?

Foix France

To get to myself and my month worth of acquired belongings from Foix to Laborie was considerable more effort than I had imagined. What I didn’t prepare for was the rail strike the very day I arranged to collect my rental car. And then, to complicate matters further, the yellow vest movement was at its…

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A Visit from Lena

Lena and Lauren

To get to myself and my month worth of acquired belongings from Foix to Laborie was considerable more effort than I had imagined. What I didn’t prepare for was the rail strike the very day I arranged to collect my rental car. And then, to complicate matters further, the yellow vest movement was at its…

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Writer’s Retreat for Beginners

To get to myself and my month worth of acquired belongings from Foix to Laborie was considerable more effort than I had imagined. What I didn’t prepare for was the rail strike the very day I arranged to collect my rental car. And then, to complicate matters further, the yellow vest movement was at its…

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Four Weeks in Foix

Foix, France

To get to myself and my month worth of acquired belongings from Foix to Laborie was considerable more effort than I had imagined. What I didn’t prepare for was the rail strike the very day I arranged to collect my rental car. And then, to complicate matters further, the yellow vest movement was at its…

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Romanian Adventures

Romania

Exactly five years ago I landed in Romania for the first time in Bucharest and was quickly drawn down an entirely new and unexpected path. This first experience in Romania opened and expanded my mind in surprising ways. The information I gained led to my deeper understanding of how we can restore our immunity with…

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Notes From Europe: Back at Oma’s Home

I’m writing today from the terrace overlooking my mother-in-law’s well tended garden. It bursts with blossoms of every color and the stone path leads to vegetable beds that, with care and nurturing, have produced an abundance of goodness for over fifty-five years. At the moment, the tomatoes hang heavy on their vines and the salad…

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The People You Might Meet

The retreat I led early on this month was held at La Maison du’ Cedre owned by Jean and Marie. Over the course of my days on their property I came to appreciate the beautiful gardens of their place as well as the warmth and hospitality the couple exude. Seeing copies of their books I…

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My Version of France

When I share with fellow Americans that I am spending a month in France I can only imagine what must come to mind. Images of bustling outdoor cafes, rich meals, baguettes, pastries, exquisite cheeses, shopping and yes some of the best wines in the world. While there is nothing wrong with this part of French…

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A Gemmotherapy Immersion Retreat in the Pyrenees

As I entered the gated entrance to La Maison du Cedre, I sensed an unfamiliar apprehension. While I normally embrace new teaching experiences, this would be my first time teaching in France. Questions swirled within me of what and who might lie ahead. Before these seeds of doubt could take their grip I came across…

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