Wed, Oct 25|
Rockfish Valley Community Center
WMRA's Micro Books & Brews: Kat Maier
WMRA’s Micro Books & Brews @ Rockfish Valley Community Center features Kat Maier, discussing her book, "Energetic Herbalism : A Guide to Sacred Plant Traditions Integrating Elements of Vitalism, Ayurveda, and Chinese Medicine"
Time & Location
Oct 25, 7:00 PM
Rockfish Valley Community Center, 190 Rockfish School Ln, Afton, VA 22920, USA
About the Event
WMRA’s Micro Books & Brews features Kat Maier, discussing her book, "Energetic Herbalism : A Guide to Sacred Plant Traditions Integrating Elements of Vitalism, Ayurveda, and Chinese Medicine"”
Wednesday, October 25, 2023 at 7pm.
Live at Rockfish Valley Community Center.
Signed copies of Energetic Herbalism will be available at the event and online at Stone Soup Books.
WMRA's Micro Books & Brews is made possible thanks to our series sponsor, Realtor & Investor Bevin Cetta Boisvert. More info at BevinSellsCville.com
About "Energetic Herbalism"
In this indispensable new resource both for the home apothecary and clinical practitioners, a celebrated herbalist brings alive the elemental relationships among traditional healing practices, ecological stewardship, and essential plant medicines.By honoring ancient wisdom and presenting it in an innovative way, Energetic Herbalism is a profound and practical guide to family and community care for those seeking to move beyond symptom relief and into a truly holistic framework of health. Throughout, author Kat Maier invites readers to explore their personal relationships with plants and their environs as they discover diverse models of healing.
Kat Maier RH, (AHG) is the founder and director of Sacred Plant Traditions, a center for herbal studies in Charlottesville, Virginia. In clinical practice for over 30 years, Kat teaches internationally at universities, conferences, and herbal schools. She began her study of plants as a Peace Corps volunteer, and her training as a Physician’s Assistant allows her to weave the language of biomedicine into her practice of traditional energetic herbalism. She is a founding member of Botanica Mobile Clinic, a nonprofit dedicated to providing accessible herbal medicine to local communities, and has served as president of United Plant Savers.