Friday, January 13, 2012

Another place you can find me.


When I started blogging a few years ago, I quickly found some awesome folks in the Pacific Northwest who have inspired me over and over again.
LearningHerbs.com and HerbMentor.com offer incredible opportunities for herbal study.

Herbal Medicine Making Kit

Once there, it won't be long until you come across an herbalist named Rosalee.
Rosalee de la Foret writes about her passion @ Methow Valley Herbs.

This link will take you to a page that tells about the services Rosalee offers as a holistic health practitioner. 

Here's a bit of info from Methow Valley Herbs that Rosalee's allowed me to share with you.

"Rosalee draws inspiration from Traditional Chinese Medicine and uses tongue and pulse diagnosis and also uses patterns assessment using TCM organ systems.  She also has a strong base in western herbalism... 


Rooted in the Methow Valley, Rosalee conducts herbalism trainings nationally and regionally, and is the author of dozens of articles and several ebooks on herbal healing.  She is an herbal consultant for LearningHerbs.com and  frequently contributes multimedia herbal education and moderates the forums at HerbMentor.com.
Rosalee has a private herbal consultation practice and often does long distance consultations for those living across North America.


She is certified by the Institute of Structural Medicine, is a licensed massage therapist in Wanshington and has been privileged to be mentored by herbalists Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa, Michael Tierra, Paul Bergner and Kiva Rose."

Pretty impressive, huh?

Why am I writing about Rosalee today?
It's because I'm so excited!  She's decided to pull together a list of herbal blogs that share info from many different perspectives ~ Ayurveda, TCM, traditional Western Herbalism ~ written by professionals in the field and aspiring herbalists...like me!



Be sure to check out my new Facebook Page
@ http://www.facebook.com/Woodwife61!
Hope you "Like" it!
Much herbal love,
   



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