Monday, Jan. 23, 2017 | 6 – 9 p.m.
Join the Traditional Roots Institute for an evening introducing the use of flower essences in clinical practice. We will discuss the philosophy and history behind this important herbal modality, preparations and dosing, and specific indications for several commonly used remedies. The class also includes case studies drawn from Dr. Izakson’s clinical practice. Students will pair up to practice case taking and will prepare a custom blend for their partner to take home.
About the Presenter
Orna Izakson ND, RH (AHG) is a writer, gardener, herbalist and naturopathic physician in Portland, Oregon. She runs Celilo Natural Health Center in Northeast Portland, is Lead Physician of the Traditional Roots Institute at National University of Natural Medicine and is on the board of advisors of the Herbal Anthropology Project. She has used flower essences in clinical practice since 2008, and completed both independent and residential flower-essence practitioner trainings. Orna is an award‐winning environmental journalist who worked as both a staff reporter and freelance correspondent for newspapers, magazines and online media. Her love for wild places brought her to the plants, for whom she endeavors to speak.
Class Supported By
Earlybird pricing ends January 11, 2017
Healthcare providers: $60 early-bird; $80 general
Public: $50 early-bird; $65 general
Full-time students (with ID): $15 early-bird; $25 general