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October 18th, Thursday
Fire Cider Healing Herbal Workshop
7:00 – 9:00pm

Now is the time to prepare winter’s healing remedy.  Fire Cider is a traditional folk medicine that aids digestion, promotes circulation, and clears your sinuses. This powerful tonic is based on a wild combination of apple cider vinegar, horseradish, jalapenos, garlic, and onions.  We’ll balance it with rosemary, thyme, lemon, and ginger.  After infusing for a month, the preparation is strained and mixed with honey, resulting in a pungent, spicy, and sweet tonic.  In this hands-on workshop, we’ll prepare our Fire Cider together while instructor Heidi Kessler shares the medicinal benefits of each ingredient.  You’ll make a quart of Fire Cider to add to your personal medicine cabinet.   

Heidi Kessler holds a Masters of Science in Nutrition and is a Master Gardener.  Growing up in Vermont, herbal medicine and organic gardening were a part of daily life.  She now enjoys sharing her knowledge with friends – old and new – here in Colorado. 

Fire Cider Healing Herbal Workshop – October 18th

$30.00

October 23rd, Tuesday
Intention Mala Workshop
7:00 – 9:00pm

In this workshop you will learn how to design a mala to support your intentions,  how to tie your mala in the traditional method, how to energetically cleanse your mala and how to use it as a tool as to work with your meditation practice. 

We will provide all the materials, just bring yourself and your intention. Your intention could be something very specific such as, “I intend to be more conscious of the energy I bring to my work.” or it could be more general, such as, “I intend to be more open.” 

Your guide for this workshop is Karissa Devore.  Karissa is a yoga teacher who first discovered mala beads as a mindfulness tool during her meditation studies almost 10 years ago. She learned to make them herself while going through her yoga teacher training and has been a knot-tying devotee ever since!

Once you register be looking for an email from hello@vouna-co.com.  It contains four simple questions – reply back at your earliest convenience so Karissa can help you with  bead choices to best match your intention.

Mala Bead Workshop – Tuesday – October 23rd

$35.00

Cancellation Policy:
Registrations are non-refundable for all events. Please check your dates carefully. If you need to cancel, you must do so 48 hours prior to the workshop in order to receive a  credit or transfer. Our instructors work really hard to organize, purchase and prep materials in advance. You may transfer registrations to other participants at any time, just keep us in the loop.

October 25th, Thursday
Kokedama Workshop
7:00 – 9:00pm

Birch & Bramble’s creative powerhouse, Brandice Hatfield, is back with another hands on Kokedama workshop.  What’s a Kokedama?  Quite literally the word means “moss ball” in Japanese, where the style of planting originated.

You’ll choose your plants – roll up your sleeves – and get down and dirty!

$45 per person includes all materials for making two Kokedama, plus light refreshments.

Seats are limited for this class so please reserve your spot early

Kokedama Workshop – Thursday – October 25th

$45.00

Cancellation Policy:
Registrations are non-refundable for all events. Please check your dates carefully. If you need to cancel, you must do so 48 hours prior to the workshop in order to receive a  credit or transfer. Our instructors work really hard to organize, purchase and prep materials in advance. You may transfer registrations to other participants at any time, just keep us in the loop.