Brigitte Mars, Author, Herbalist, Raw Food Chef, at The Mindful Body, Boulder, March 24th. {Event}

Via on Jan 21, 2012

Brigitte Mars is an herbalist and nutritional consultant with over forty years experience. She is the author of Beauty by Nature, Rawsome!, The Sexual Herbal, Addiction Free Naturally, Healing Herbal Teas, The Desktop Guide to Herbal Medicine, and co-author of The Country Almanac of Home Remedies, and The Hemp Nut Health and Cookbook. Brigitte has had a radio show on KGNU called Naturally for over twenty years. She is a professional member of The American Herbalist Guild. Ms. Mars teaches at Naropa University, Boulder College of Massage, Omega Institute, Kripalu, and Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition and Culinary Arts. Brigitte is a blogger for The Huffington Post and Care2.

Introduction to Herbs, Essential Oils, Natural Remedies and Food as Medicine.
March 24, 2012 10 am to 4 pm at The Mindful Body.

Learn to use food, herbs, essential oils and natural remedies to achieve the best health ever. We will talk about herbal preparations, safety and dosage issues as well as to get to the core of health concerns and truly build health. Ask Brigitte questions about herbalism, raw foods and your health! $65 per person. Wellness Plan Members receive a $5 discount. Sponsored by The Mindful Body. For more detailed questions about this workshop, please contact us at 303.335.0730 or

Herb Walk with Brigitte sponsored by The Mindful Body
May 26th, 2012 10am to 12pm @ Brigitte’s House.
Why buy lettuce shipped from another state that was picked weeks ago when Nature abounds with fresh edible delicious wild greens for salads? Learn to identify local plants for their edible and therapeutic properties with herbalist and  author Brigitte Mars. Learn to create edible lawns. Meet on time in front of her home in Boulder at 1919 D 19th Street, $25. Wellness Plan Members receive a $5 discount. Sponsored by The Mindful Body and must register in advance with The Mindful Body at 303.335.0730 or

About Jessica Stone Baker

Jessica was called into her journey as a healer when she was misdiagnosed with a "normal" mammogram in 2007 and later went on to receive a stage three diagnosis of breast cancer in 2010. Jessica believes she received a call from Mother Earth to her dharma with food as medicine while embracing the end of an age on our planet. It is Jessica’s unique dharma to meditate on birth and death during this time on our planet. A cosmic call to ancient healing from her heart, her breast cancer diagnosis came three months into her new marriage and at the start of her newly founded healing arts practice in Boulder, Colorado. Jessica now lives with metastatic breast cancer that has spread to her skeletal system. Jessica is a compassionate practitioner who believes in trusting and listening to the wisdom of your own body. Her bodywork integrates the concepts of Ayurveda, Yoga, and Zen Shiatsu as well as Western concepts of anatomy and body systems to meet the client exactly where they are in the moment. As an Ayurvedic practitioner, she has tremendous respect for the vastness of the Ayurvedic system of medicine. She enjoys the unique learning and awareness that takes place with each client. When not singing Ella Fitzgerald, or Joni Mitchell songs, dreaming in Gospel, practicing yoga, painting watercolors, or performing Kate Bush, Jessica can be found at a local trail head, soaking, or basking in the sunlight, drinking fresh veggie juice while dreaming up ways to ceremoniously embellish the world with cosmic consciousness. Jessica loves to share through offerings of music and vocal inspirations in the light of divine grace in devotion to Jesus. You may learn more about Jessica at or follow her on Facebook at


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