With the holiday’s behind us and life returning to its normal rhythm, many people are dismayed to find themselves falling back into their old unhealthy habits. Even though nearly 40 percent of Americans made a New Year’s resolution to be healthier, fewer than eight percent will stick it out past February. If you are one of those struggling to stay with a health plan or maybe you are frustrated with a lack of results, perhaps it’s time for a new approach. American’s have become captivated by quick fix solutions that rarely deliver results, but there is another way to change your health. Instead of buying into the latest diet or detox fad, resolve to invest in learning skills and principles that you can use for a lifetime. Find a mentor that will walk through the ups and downs and support you and your family. This is the way health used to be taught when the word doctor still meant “to teach.” Such is the tradition that Will’s wealth of knowledge was cultivated through. The time-honored tradition of learning one-on-one, and through direct experience. He is so passionate about gifting the community with the opportunity to learn these priceless teachings that he has created a series of classes and an apprenticeship program. Step away from the notion of a virtual “get healthy overnight” program and into a wellness journey you will never forget. There are no shortcuts to health and learning, but there is something out there much more satisfying to be experienced. Each class is packed with herbal information. Will is covering a variety of topics including the Eno River through the Wild Herb Walk and the brand new Family Foraging classes for kids and parents. Classes are listed below. Be sure to reserve your spot as we’re filling up fast.
Eno Riverwalk Plant Walks 2/3, 3/3, 3/31, 4/28
Spring Greens and Tonic Class Series 3/13-5/15 no class 3/27, 4/3
Calamus Intensive 3/25-3/29
Slippery Elm Intensive 4/1-4/5
Family Foraging 2/16, 3/16, 4/13
All class dates subject to change