August 24, 2019

Developing Cognitive Agility

Training - Intensive 

with Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower

How do we listen to the voice of Nature? Why do we listen? What good does this inquiry do for us? We begin the day, after gathering for tea and snack, and go on a woodland walk to find a special spot where we can sit and consider our role as a species that is part of the-land-that-surrounds-us. Through exercises and activities, we take a gentle leap to open our sensory gate channels and start listening. Part of this trainings tools are mindfulness techniques and guided imagery, art therapy, forest gazing, Earthkeeper practices, biofeedback electronics (Music of the Plants), our tactile senses and tools from other trades. Over the day we'll continually share on Natures gifts through discussions that nudge our perceptive envelope.

The afternoon consists of a 2 hr long guided plant and tree I.D. walk where wild foods for sustenance is received in a renewed way. And, to learn about the elements of Essence making (preparing and preserving the energetic qualities of the woodlands) so that we may bring one or more subtle elements home with us. This training is for the beginner to intermediate who are interested in communicating with Nature. Those who are experienced in this are also welcomed since your presence will energetically help assist over all training. If you took Autumn Inquiry last year, this is a continuance of that training.


Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, R.N., is founder of Weeds, Leaves, Seeds & Shoots, an Herbal and Wild Foods Consulting business; she is also author of "Healing the Injured Brain: Overcoming the Fog, the Fatigue and the Forgetfulness” and Plant Life, a 3 in one  self-help, plant I.D. recipe book, soon to be published.

Details & Pricing

Fee: $45.00 / person; + $5.00 per preserved element

Time : 9 am to 5pm; arrival at 8:30 am

Pre-Reading: TBA

Lunch: bring a dish to pass