Events and Classes
Foundations of Gemmotherapy I (Mondays from 11:30-1pm cst)
January 7 @ 11:30 am - February 11 @ 1:00 pm UTC-5$200.00
Foundations of Gemmotherapy I is based on the research of physician and homeopath Pol Henry. Gemmotherapy extracts owe their unique capabilities to the inclusion of meristem cells used from individual trees and shrubs. Read more about Gemmotherapy in a recent article here. Deemed an official medicine and entered into the European pharmacopoeia nearly fifty years ago, the study of Gemmotherapy has been limited to learning the contents of the existing materia medica. The Foundations of Gemmotherapy is different. Although an overview of the existing knowledge of extracts is included the series focuses on how the body heals and how the extracts, when used in a systematic method, will support healing.
The ever expanding and updated Foundations of Gemmotherapy series benefits from the pioneering spirit of Lauren Hubele and her desire to make accessible method available to all. In this two part series, learn her systematic approach to restoring the immune system with Gemmotherapy extracts.
Foundations of Gemmotherapy I is a 5-week, live, online interactive course and the prerequisite for Foundations of Gemmotherapy II. The course is open to all who are interested in learning a system for restoring immunity using Gemmotherapy extracts.
Participants will receive a login for Zoom video conferencing, as well as a link to a Google folder with class materials.
Live participation, on a laptop with a video camera, is expected in order to gain the most from this interactive experience. Realizing other commitments arise, each session is recorded for review purposes and in the case a session must be missed.
Foundations of Gemmotherapy I topics include:
Gemmotherapy to Restore Immunity
Harmonizing the Nervous System
What is Immunity
Immunity and Acute Symptom Care with Gemmotherapy extracts
Immunity and Elimination
The Foundations of Gemmotherapy series is much more than a one-off course. Your enrollment includes an invitation into a community of collaborative practitioners who embrace experiential learning and together delve into the depths of unsolved cases extracting further ways to maximize the potential of each extract.
Dates of Classes: The following Mondays – January 7th, January 14th, January 28th, February 4th & February 11th. All classes are from 11:30-1pm cst. *There is no class on Monday, January 21st in observance of the MLK holiday.