Feb 092010
 

The below video will give you a small but vivid taste of what you can look forward to if you plan on attending this September’s upcoming Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference. It includes a look at our outstanding selection of teachers, a glimpse of the beautiful site in the high desert of New Mexico and even a chance to hear the earthy and intriguing music of our two of our featured bands, R.I.S.E. (formerly Rising Appalachia) & Arborea. So take a moment to sit back, relax and enjoy a brief but magical journey into the enchantment yet to come…


This amazing video was brainstormed and created by TWHC Sponsorship Director, Animá Medicine Woman Mentorship student and practicing herbalist, Rosalee de la Forét, and we’re so grateful for her hard work, astute insights and infectious enthusiasm.. thank you, Rosalee!

If you’re excited about the conference and the opportunities it presents, whether you’re able to attend this year or not, please take the time to forward or share this clip whenever and wherever appropriate! You can send them to this post, or directly to the youtube link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXNR7_k-vNo

Let me take a moment to emphasize here that the conference is an international one and not necessarily specific to to the American West or Southwest, there’s something for everyone here. Registrants from as far away as Canada, the UK, Alaska, Hawaii and possibly even Central America will be in attendance!

Thanks so much to all of the generous individuals and organizations that have helped spread the word and increase awareness of the Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference, your assistance and generosity makes all of the difference and means so much to us personally, thank you!

~Kiva Rose

Note: if you’re an email subscriber and have a hard time seeing this from your inbox, just click on the title of this post to be taken to the actual blog site and you can watch from there. Or use this link to go directly to youtube to watch:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXNR7_k-vNo

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