Herbal Tips and Pearls of Wisdom Reading the Body, clinical skills and more

June 22, 2019 – June 23, 2019 all-day
Energy for Life Connection
507 N. Blackman Ave Duluth
MN 55811
Stacey Quade

Practitioner Skills

Learning the skills of a healthy client/practitioner relationship is an essential part of creating a dynamic clinical practice. In this two-day workshop, Margi Flint shares her insights for working with clients, gleaned from her 40+ years of private practice as an herbalist, labor coach and polarity therapist.

We will cover valuable topics including:

Day 1

Reading the Body

Each color, line and marking on the face, tongue and nails holds meaning of your internal health. Each organ has corresponding indications on the face, nails, tongue and toes!What do your thinning eyebrows mean? Why is there a crease in your earlobe? Each color, line and marking on the face, tongue and nails holds meaning – of your internal health and well-being. Will the lines go away? Are the simple from being outdoors? Are they pathology? Why are your nails ridged? Have spots? Lines on your tongue? Spend a day gleaning ancient knowledge to learn about yourself and others.

Day 2

Creating healthy boundaries
Listening skills
Knowing the right questions to ask/questioning without blushing
Drop pulse testing to affirm herbal choices
Billing and concepts about money
Office skills including herbal preparation, client directions, file compilation, follow-up and invoicing

This is an excellent workshop for any student or professional practitioner to learn new ways of creating and supporting the therapeutic relationship and seeing an elder herbalist in practice.

Flint is the author of a textbook for herbalists, now in its third edition, titled The Practicing Herbalist, meeting with clients, reading the body. Copies will be available for purchase for $135 if ordered ahead.


Please Register by sending the Registration Form (PDF) and payment to:

Energy for Life Connection
507 N Blackman Ave
Duluth, MN  55811

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