Thursday, January 10, 2008
Do you want to learn about herbs, but don't know where to start?
You are invited to join us and attend two new Herb Classes that are being offered at the Clermont Herb Shoppe.
February 6th, 2008 6-7 p.m.
Understanding the Basics of Herbs: Part 1
Learn the basics of herbalism and what it means to take an herbal approach. In this class you will gain a basic understanding of how to use herbs effectively by learning the traditional uses. By gaining a deeper understanding about single herbs you will be able to broaden your foundation about herbal combinations.
Fee: $25 Participants must RSVP and Prepay by Jan 30th to reserve their spot.
Understanding the Basics of Herbs: Part 2
This is the second portion of the class. After completing both Part 1 and Part 2 you will have a basic understanding of 50+ herbs.
Participants must RSVP and Prepay by Feb 13th to attend.
Discount given if participants prepay for both classes by Jan. 30th. Fee: $40
Sorry- No refunds for no -shows.
To RSVP and Prepay contact the Clermont Herb Shoppe (352) 243- 3588
Instructor: Lee Butler, Herbalist and Certified Natural Health Professional
Lee has been involved in the natural health field for over 13 years. After many health challenges at a young age and realizing that pharmaceutical drugs weren't giving her the relief she was looking for, she began to learn about taking an alternative approach. Lee began to apply what she learned about herbs and healthy lifestyle changes. She dedicated herself to overcoming these health challenges and became passionate about teaching others.
At twenty-one years old, Lee opened her first Herb Shop. She opened a second location a few years later. Lee's education grew over the years as she attended numerous workshops throughout the U.S. with some of the top herbalists in the country. Lee was fortunate enough to attend classes with Dr. Bernard Jensen, world renowned Iridologist, author and educator. One of the highlights of her career was a recent trip to China to gain a deeper understanding of chinese medicine.
After becoming an herbalist and a natural health professional, her love for natural health began to attract other women that wanted to continue what she had started . Today, she continues to inspire others and can be found in the Clermont Herb Shoppe and facilitating workshops. Lee's approach is about keeping things simple, getting to the root (whether physical or emotional), using common sense and ultimately listening to your body.
Her teaching style is fun, relaxed and welcoming.