Thursday, May 14, 2015

The Heart as an Organ of Perception with Tammi Sweet

Herbs from the Labyrinth, LLC presents:
The Heart as an Organ of Perception with Tammi Sweet

Sunday, May 24, 2015  10am-1pm

The time has come for us to return to our natural way of being in the world. The way we were born to live and interact with life around us. For eons we knew this way of health-full and heart-full being. Healers and shamans have carried this knowing, this way of being forward for our re-membering and now our present “belief system”, science has come full circle and started “validating” what we’ve always known. This “heart literacy” can be used in everyday life to access and communicate with the world around us, benefiting our own health and the health of those we come into contact with. Research shows that using these techniques improves the quality of our responses and decision-making, increases our immunity, lowers high blood pressure and our risk of heart disease. If that weren’t enough, these techniques can be used to access our inner guidance and intuition, aiding our insight and assistance with our clients, patients and students. Lastly, if you are an outdoor-lover, living in this “heartspace” allows us to resume our rightful place in the natural world. We are able to move within the natural world as quietly as the chickadee or the fox, allowing us to see what those who live in their heads would never dream of. This workshop is based on the teachings of the Heartmath Institute, Stephen Buhner, Tom Brown Jr., and Paul Pearsall.
This intensive will be a mixture of lecture, hands on activities and, weather & time permitting, perhaps wandering in the natural world to practice heart-centering techniques.
This workshop will be held in the gardens at Herbs From the Labyrinth, 1053 Wheatland Ave,, at the edge of  the city of Lancaster, PA.  Call 717-290-1517 or stop in at Radiance, 9 W Grant St in downtown Lancaster to register.
Cost for this class is $45 for early registration; after May 12 cost will be $55.   

Tammi Sweet, a passionate and energetic teacher, brings 25 years teaching experience into the classroom. Her love, amazement and wonder of the human body and how it works shines through as she presents the material in ways people can understand and utilize. She loves integrating the wisdom of the body with all aspects of living. Presently she co-directs her Herbal Program at Heartstone Herbal School, and teaches Anatomy and Physiology at Herbal schools in New England and Herbal conferences. Her learning of the body has come through many paths including traditional Master’s level college studies in Neurobiology, teaching College level Anatomy & Physiology, Massage School, Yoga Teacher Training, Herbal studies, collegiate athletics and most importantly, an ever-growing love of understanding who we are in relation with this wonderful home we call earth.

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