Back to school! A preview of our fall classes.
While we offer programs and classes year-round, September always feels like “back to school,” with instructors, students, and community members returning from their summer adventures with new energy for eduction.
Whether you are looking to further your career, your personal education, or both, if you are ready to kick into gear and get some quality classes on your calendar for the fall, we’ve got you covered. Here is a selected preview:
Enhancing your Holistic Practice
Sept. 10 – Oct. 8: Complementary Techniques
If you ever wish you could accomplish results for your clients a little faster, or make them feel extra cared for, this class will give you several powerful tools to add to your tool belt: moxibustion, cupping, ear seeding, gua sha, and more.
Read our interview with instructor Jennie King for more insights!
Oct. 9 & 23 and Nov. 6: Authentic Marketing for the Holistic Nutritionist
Marketing is often the missing piece for holistic nutrition students and beginning practitioners: you’ve got the knowledge and skills, and you know there are people who need and want what you have to offer – but the thought of reaching out and connecting the dots via marketing can feel overwhelming.
Join this affordable class series and leave with a manageable, inspiring action plan in hand that maps out your path to growing your practice – and feeling authentic in the process.
Open to other holistic practitioners, too!
Keep up your energy level and focus through the transition into fall with t’ai chi or qigong:
T’ai Chi Chuan with Michael Guida: Mondays, 5:30 – 6:30 pm and Saturdays, 8:00-9:30am
Qigong: Hu Lu Gong with Polly Maliongas: Wednesdays, September 10 – October 15; 1:30 – 2:30 pm
Qigong: Eight Brocades with Rylen Feeney: Tuesdays, beginning September 30th , 12:15-1:15pm
Wholistic Nutrition Education for Everyone
Sept. 14: Wholistic Nutrition Clinic
Meet with our soon-to-graduate wholistic nutrition students for an in-depth assessment and leave with sound recommendations tailored to your individual needs. These clinics are donation-based to be accessible for all community members, and donations go toward the student graduation fund. All assessments are supervised by an instructor.
If you ever wanted to experience what it’s like to work with a wholistic nutritionist, this is a great opportunity!
Nov. 15 & 16: Eat to Live
Nutritional needs vary from individual to individual and over time. This class covers a variety of conditions, including allergies, arthritis, autoimmune disorders, migraines, reproductive heath and fertility, colitis, and more. It’s a required class for our wholistic nutrition students and open to other practitioners and community members.