May
27
May 28

Reiki II Certification

Saturday May 27th & Sunday May 28th 2017
Tuition:  $325 
Prerequisite:  Reiki I.  All students should be prepared to share their Reiki stories of working with people, pets, plants, etc.

In this two day intensive, you will be introduced to the first next two Reiki symbols, learn what some of their uses are, practice using them, and be able to distinguish between the feel of their energies as they flow through your empowered hands. You will practice a “distance" or “absentee” Reiki session in the present, past, or future time and space, “beaming” Reiki, as well as several Reiki II sessions given and received.

  • Guided meditation to go to your sacred temple and meet/reconnect with your Reiki guides.
  • Strengthen your Reiki channel through the Reiki II attunement.
  • Certificate given at end of class.
  • 1 hour lunch break.  

NOTE:   If you received your Reiki I attunement from a teacher other than Wendy Fogg, please bring your original Reiki I certificate to class with you.  

Jun
4
1:00 pm13:00

A World at Your Feet! Story Hour & Nature Walk

Ages: 3 years and up
Fee: $10.00 per child, adults free
Sunday, June 4, 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Misty Meadows will be conducting a story hour beginning the first Sunday of each month beginning June 4. from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Each program will concentrate on the Habitats of Misty Meadows. The word “Habitat” is probably the most difficult word for children to understand. In simple terms, it is a place where an animal, plant or insect lives. In Each program children will listen to a story at a new habitat in a woodland setting. After our story we will explore the habitat and make a craft using natural materials only and some glue.   Each session children will have juice and cookies.
                                                                    

"A World at your feet!" By Ruth Wicking


Today the children will hear a story about the forest floor. It is a special habitat because this is where, salamanders and the tiny spring peeper frog spends their summer. After our story we’ll explore the tiny creatures that live there with magnifying glasses, search for turkey tails (a fungus) and make a forest floor terrarium to take home. Snack and cookies end the day
 

Jun
15
4:00 pm16:00

Herbs that can Help the Garden Thrive! - Plant Walk

Thursday June, 15th
4:00pm-5:30pm

In depth looks into plants, gardening, wild-crafting to introduce you to herbal world, or dive deeper in it. 
$15/person


Plants are truly diverse beings, holding medicinal properties even for the garden. In this plant walk we will explore the complex relationships that plants have with each other and the soil.

Jun
18
1:00 pm13:00

Native Medicinals & Edibles - Nature Walk

Sunday, June 18   
1:00pm – 3:pm
Cost: 2-4 people $5.00
         5-7 people $10.00

What better way to spend Father’s Day than on a nature walk in the woods with your dad? Today we’ll be learning all about the medicinal and edible plants we grow here in the gardens or that we wildcraft in the woods. You’ll learn about how these plants came to make their home here, or if they are native to the area. When we’re done, be sure to check out the shop and get some dried herbs or stones for dad! Happy Father’s Day!

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
  •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
  • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

OR

Jun
24
10:00 am10:00

Summer Wellness Fair

SUMMER WELLNESS FAIR: 2017


SATURDAY - JUNE 24TH, 2017
10:00AM - 4:00PM


Join us on this summer's day to enjoy the wellness and healing that is Misty Meadows! This year we will have plenty of workshops to fill the day, a Red Tent, Reiki Tent, Tea Tent and of course our Relaxation Oasis! PLUS! Vendors and Psychic Readers. 

*If you are interested in being a vendor for this event, please contact Brian at: brianpettengill@comcast.net for information.*

Schedule of workshops coming soon! But here's a list of what we'll be offering:

  • Yoga for Magick
  • Wild Pesto Making
  • Make your own Bug Spray
  • Drumming Circle
  • Garden/Plant Walks
  • Tree Folklore & Medicine
  • Restorative Yoga & Herbs
  • Traveling the Axis Mundi: A Shamanic Journey Through the Labyrinth
  • All Day: Reiki Tent, Relaxation Oasis, Tea Tent, Red Tent, Garden Stone Painting, Native Smudge Bundle Making PLUS Vendors and psychic readers!


AND! Jenna Greene will be having a concert later in the evening at 7:00pm! Tickets will be available in the shop and online soon!

Jun
24
2:45 pm14:45

Traveling the Axis Mundi: A Shamanic Journey through the Labyrinth

TRAVELING THE AXIS MUNDI: A SHAMANIC JOURNEY THROUGH THE LABYRINTH


Date: Saturday June, 24
Time: 2:45pm-4:00pm
Instructor: Tracy Andryc

Cost: $25.00


This workshop is our spotlight workshop for our Summer Wellness Fair! So if you sign up feel free to come early and check out the Fair and explore the mini workshops we'll be having throughout the day! There will also be vendors, food and fun activities for adults and children alike! The Wellness Fair is from 10:00am-4:00pm

The axis mundi is the connection between higher and lower realms…the world tree...sacred center. The labyrinth connects us with earth and sky, etheric and physical, within and without and gives us the opportunity to send energy along the axis mundi or chakras. By connecting with the dynamic energy of the labyrinth and sending that energy up and down the body’s axis mundi, we can move beyond the obstacles on our path toward balance and wholeness. Join Tracy on a journey through the labyrinth that will awaken your energy centers and bring you to sacred center.

BIO: Tracy Andryc has been sharing her love of the labyrinth since her first walk on its path in 1998. She sees the labyrinth as a universal tool that can be used in a magical/spiritual context, regardless of your religious path. Tracy is a Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator, Certified Birth Doula, Reiki Master and owner of One Path Labyrinth Ventures. She takes a holistic approach to her labyrinth work by incorporating other modalities such as crystal grids, sound and sacred dance. For almost two decades, she has facilitated workshops and rituals on the labyrinth and other topics at venues throughout New England. Tracy lives in Massachusetts, with her husband, three adult kids and three step-kids, happily playing with clay.


CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

OR

Jun
24
7:00 pm19:00

Jenna Greene Concert

  • Cost: $20.00/person
  • When:  Saturday June 24th, 2017 @ 7:00pm
  • Place: Misty Meadows Herbal Center
  •            Under the Willow Tree

To finish the day of the Wellness Fair, Jenna Greene will be performing a concert at 7:00pm under the willow tree here at Misty Meadows.

Jul
2
1:00 pm13:00

Queen Annie & the Sewing Contest! Story Hour & Nature Walk

Ages: 3 years and up
Fee: $10.00 per child, adults free
Sunday July 2, 1:00pm-3:00pm

Misty Meadows will be conducting a story hour beginning, the first Sunday of each month beginning, June 4. from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Each program will concentrate on the Habitats of Misty Meadows. The word “Habitat” is probably the most difficult word for children to understand. In simple terms, it is a place where an animal, plant or insect lives. In Each program children will listen to a story at a new habitat in a woodland setting. After our story we will explore the habitat and make a craft using natural materials only and some glue.   Each session children will have juice and cookies.

 

Queen Annie and the Sewing Contest: By Marilyn Gilmour (Roleplaying)

High up on a mountain, a huge castle stood. In the castle lives King George and His queen, Queen Annie. Annie was a very spoiled queen and she wanted to do a project because she is so bored. The king had a great idea, How about having a contest. But! … What will it be? And what does the pilliwiggin fairies that live down in pilliwiggin meadow have to do with it? Come and join in the roll-playing story. Before going home we’ll go to the herb gardens and see if the pilliwiggins have visited our gardens. Snack and cookies end the day.

Jul
13
6:30 pm18:30

Reiki Clinic

Reiki Clinics
Periodically throughout the year, Reiki Masters Wendy Fogg and Debra DiNola offer Reiki clinics as a service to the community.  These clinics offer 20 minute healing sessions by Wendy, Deb and other practitioners who volunteer their time and skills.

Reiki is a hands-on healing art.  The practitioner acts as a channel to bring the healing energies of the Universal Life Force to the recipient.  The energy is taken into the body where it works to rebalance the seven primary chakras or energy points along the spine.  As this happens, the body is now more able to do its own healing work.

No manipulation is involved.  Clients remain fully clothed other than shoes.  Reiki has no religious affiliation, although clients often have spiritual experiences with Reiki.  Reiki does not interfere with medications you might be taking.

Reiki is relaxing.  It can help with many issues including anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, addiction, common colds, headaches, back pain, emotional trauma.  Reiki does no harm.

We invite you to join us on the following dates to experience Reiki for yourself:

  • Thursday July 13th, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm
  • Thursday August 3rd, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Recipients are seen on a first-come basis.
Suggested Donation: $10

Jul
16
1:00 pm13:00

Insects of Field & Forest - Nature Walk

Sunday, July 16    
1:00pm – 3:00pm
Cost: 2-4 people $5.00
         5-7 people $10.00


Insects play such a crucial role in the ecosystems of our fields and forests, but sadly, most of them get a bad reputation of being pests. Come to Misty Meadows to learn about the butterflies that roam our gardens, the bees that are busy pollenating the world, and all the insects that lay under the soil, helping to replenish and keep the soil in balance. When we gain a deeper understanding of why they’re here, it’s easier to not be so bothered by them. 

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

OR

Jul
23
10:00 am10:00

Earth to Body: Summer Session

EARTH TO BODY WELLNESS SERIES

$85.00 per Class
We welcome you to the garden to learn about its care, keeping, and bounty from the Garden Manager and Medicine Maker.

SUMMER: Sunday July 23rd 10:30am-4:30pm

 

Garden: Enjoy the bounty of the garden as we discuss the importance of pollinators, biodiversity and conserving water. Using examples from our evolving gardens at Misty Meadows we will look at the importance of planting perennials and discuss methods of low maintenance and sustainable practices to enrich our ecosystems. With the busyness of the season we will explore planning your garden by the phases of the moon, to bring order and balance.

 Harvesting: In the height of summer there is so much to do. Harvesting and drying herbs to fill our apothecary is our top priority. We will discuss methods of drying and preserving the bounty of summer, as well as techniques for staying organized and on track. experience harvesting herbs that will be stowed away for winter months.  

Lunch: In addition to the summer fruit and vegetable staples that abound in our gardens and at farmers’ markets learn to bring our wild herb friends to the table. Together we’ll stray from tradition and make a pesto that embraces the diverse bounty of medicinal summer plants. 

Medicine Making: Harness the power of the sun as we discuss and make infused oils. These oils will be suitable for culinary or cosmetic use. Learn the healing properties of Plantain, Comfrey, Red Clover and Calendula. Share in the bright beauty of herbal oils and the diverse ways they can bring health into daily life. 

Note: Each class students will receive handouts and the products made that day. Although there are lunch activities we encourage all students to bring supplemental food, so they can feel energetic and nourished throughout the day. All classes are weather contingent and subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather, participants will be notified upon assessment.
Jul
29
Jul 30

Advance Case Taking & Formula Making w/ Ellen Evert Hopman

ADVANCED CASE TAKING
& FORMULA MAKING

Ellen Evert Hopman, Herbalist AHG
Sat/Sun
July 29-30, 2017
9:30 am – 5 pm
Cost: $295


Basic Five Element Theory:  seasons, flavors, taste, voice tone, emotions
Basics of Facial Diagnosis: lines, colors, moles, blemishes
Advanced formula Making technique
Design individually crafted remedies for individuals using the technique developed by Master Herbalist William LeSassier, renowned “teacher of the teachers”.
 
Ellen is the author of a number of herbals including “Secret Medicines from Your Garden”, “A Druid’s Herbal of Sacred Tree Medicine”, “Tree Medicine Tree Magic” and other volumes. See Ellen’s books at www.elleneverthopman.com.

REGISTER BY PHONE: (603) 659-7211

OR

Jul
29
4:00 pm16:00

Plants for Skin & Hair Care

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Saturday July, 29th
4:00pm-5:30pm

In depth looks into plants, gardening, wild-crafting to introduce you to herbal world, or dive deeper in it. 
$15/person


We welcome you to our gardens to learn about plants that can help you nurture the beautiful garden that is your body. We will explore both wild and cultivated plant allies for the skin and hair.

Please register with the button below to let us know if you can make it!

Aug
3
6:30 pm18:30

Reiki Clinic

Reiki Clinics
Periodically throughout the year, Reiki Masters Wendy Fogg and Debra DiNola offer Reiki clinics as a service to the community.  These clinics offer 20 minute healing sessions by Wendy, Deb and other practitioners who volunteer their time and skills.

Reiki is a hands-on healing art.  The practitioner acts as a channel to bring the healing energies of the Universal Life Force to the recipient.  The energy is taken into the body where it works to rebalance the seven primary chakras or energy points along the spine.  As this happens, the body is now more able to do its own healing work.

No manipulation is involved.  Clients remain fully clothed other than shoes.  Reiki has no religious affiliation, although clients often have spiritual experiences with Reiki.  Reiki does not interfere with medications you might be taking.

Reiki is relaxing.  It can help with many issues including anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, addiction, common colds, headaches, back pain, emotional trauma.  Reiki does no harm.

We invite you to join us on the following dates to experience Reiki for yourself:

  • Thursday July 13th, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm
  • Thursday August 3rd, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm


Recipients are seen on a first-come basis.
Suggested Donation: $10

Aug
6
1:00 pm13:00

Slippery, Slimy Worms! Story Hour & Nature Walk

Ages: 3 years and up
Fee: $10.00 per child, adults free
Sunday August 6, 1:00pm-3:00pm


Misty Meadows will be conducting a story hour beginning, the first Sunday of each month beginning, June 4. from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Each program will concentrate on the Habitats of Misty Meadows. The word “Habitat” is probably the most difficult word for children to understand. In simple terms, it is a place where an animal, plant or insect lives. In Each program children will listen to a story at a new habitat in a woodland setting. After our story we will explore the habitat and make a craft using natural materials only and some glue.   Each session children will have juice and cookies.

"Slippery, Slimy Worms" by Peggy Kochanoff

Worms breathe through their skin so they must stay moist. Earthworms can regenerate a new tail if too much isn’t lost. After a story of slippery slimy worms
we’ll become junior scientists and examine real slimy night-crawlers with magnifiers. When we are done we’ll take the worms to their new home, the herb garden. Frosting cupcakes and  juice will end the day.
 

Aug
17
4:00 pm16:00

Herbs in the Kitchen

Thursday August, 1st 2017
4:00pm-5:30pm

In depth looks into plants, gardening, wild-crafting to introduce you to herbal world, or dive deeper in it. 
$15/person


With the help of herbs turn your dressings, salts, marinades, soups, baked goods, mixed drinks and so much more into flavorful masterpieces! Open your eyes and pallet to the diverse flavors of wild and cultivated plants!

 

Aug
20
1:00 pm13:00

Woodland Scavenger Hunt - Nature Walk

Sunday, August 20                                                                         
1:00pm-3:00pm
Cost: 2-4 people $5.00
         5-7 people $10.00


There are SO many things to look for in the forest when we’re paying close enough attention. Today, you’ll enjoy a woodland scavenger hunt! Finding something smooth, something rough, something tall or something short. The possibilities are endless for these things and many more in the woods! It’s going to be a day for the family to remember, so come to Misty Meadows and let’s go scavenging! 

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    •  Cancellations made at least 30 days prior to initial class date will be refunded 75%. Cancellations with less than 30 days’ notice are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person). Voice mail and email is not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

OR

Sep
24
10:00 am10:00

Earth to Body: Autumn Session

EARTH TO BODY WELLNESS SERIES

$85.00 per Class
We welcome you to the garden to learn about its care, keeping, and bounty from the Garden Manager and Medicine Maker.

AUTUMN: Sunday September 24th 10:00PM-4:00PM


Garden: We invite you to join us as we begin to prepare the garden for the winter. Discuss fall seed sowing and saving, soil building techniques, and ways to honor the garden as it wanes. In a cyclical mirroring of “Spring cleanup”, learn the importance of autumn clean up, and of preserving ecosystems by leaving plants uncut and not raking leaves out.

 Harvesting: In the fall plant energy retreats into the earth. This is the time to harvest root medicine! Learn the etiquette of this harvest and connect with Earth energy. Explore the ways roots can be dried and stored for optimal potency. A variety of roots will be harvested for making your medicine for the day.

Lunch: What can we still munch on? Herbs and wild weeds are hardy and can be found in full splendor even as the first frost bites the earth. We will harvest and forage for plants to make a tasty fall soup. 

Medicine Making: As we connect with the deeply nourishing properties of the roots you will learn how they can be utilized in delicious medicine. Create a flavorful mineral tonic perfect for the table or the medicine chest. This traditional preparation is used to aid in maintaining robust health through the winter.

Note: Each class students will receive handouts and the products made that day. Although there are lunch activities we encourage all students to bring supplemental food, so they can feel energetic and nourished throughout the day. All classes are weather contingent and subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather, participants will be notified upon assessment.

May
20
1:00 pm13:00

The Elusive Salamander - Nature Walk

 

Saturday, May 20    
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Cost: 2-4 people $5.00

         5-7 people $10.00


There are a lot of creatures that live in the forests of our homes that play an important role in the maintenance and health of the woods, that we sometimes don’t even see! The salamander is one of these hidden creatures. Today, we’ll look under logs and rocks and in all the places salamanders will hide. We’ll learn all about the habitats they live in and how they survive such a big world. While we’re searching for the elusive salamander, we’ll collect mosses and small woodland plants to make a terrarium you can take home. 
 

May
20
10:00 am10:00

Earth To Body: Spring Session

EARTH TO BODY WELLNESS SERIES

$85.00 per Class
The knowledgeable staff at Misty Meadows welcomes you to the garden to learn about its care, keeping, and bounty from the Garden Manager and Medicine Maker.


SPRING: SATURDAY MAY 20th 10:30-4:30


Garden: Come play among the young plants and budding life in the gardens. Join us in our medicinal herb gardens and nurture your connection to the rhythms of the earth! Work according to the ancient traditions of planting seeds by the moon; both indoors and outside. Learn the art of opening your gardens in the spring in a way that changes the way you think about “spring cleaning” as we deepen our connection to the soil by using leaves, garden debris and compost to build the soil for an abundant growing season. 

Harvesting: What can be harvested this time of year? What is appropriate to harvest? Spring is the emergence of life! It is a wonderful time to collect buds and new growth for medicine. Gathering leaves of wild plants like Red Raspberry or Blueberry, it is important to gather before they set their flowers. Enjoy learning to harvest with responsibly and consideration to the plants. 

Lunch: Engage your wild appetite as we taste young bitter greens that will awaken your pallet after the long winter. We will explore the uncultivated and cultivated delicacies in the gardens and the woods to make a delicious spring salad and dressing to share. 

Medicine Making: How can you preserve the energy and vitality of the spring? Learn the art of tincture making. This process is tried and true and will give you a medicine that can last for years. With your new found or seasoned harvesting skills you will learn how to connect with the plant of your choice and welcome its spirit and medicine into your preparation. We will discuss the energies of the plants and the healing benefits that they offer. 

Note: Each class students will receive handouts and the products made that day. Although there are lunch activities we encourage all students to bring supplemental food, so they can feel energetic and nourished throughout the day. All classes are weather contingent and subject to cancellation in the event of severe weather, participants will be notified upon assessment.
May
18
4:00 pm16:00

Wild Spring Edibles - FREE Plant Walk

FREE PLANT WALK

Thursday May, 18th
4:00pm-5:30pm
The first of many medicinal, edible and garden caring plant walks we are going to offer at Misty Meadows. These walks will be lead by Jenna Kulp.
Donations welcome!

Learn to identify and love wild plants that our bodies crave after the long winter. Experience deeply nourishing, delicious and detoxifying wild spring herbs.

Please register with the button below to let us know if you can make it!

Apr
15
1:00 pm13:00

Spirits of the Forest - Nature Walk

Saturday April 15th, 2017
1:00pm - 3:30pm

The forests are filled with nature spirits! Come join us as we hike the woodlands looking for possible places they might live. Small doorways as in the picture above are generally perfect spots to see signs of fairies and where they dwell. After we are done walking through the forest we'll make a beautiful wand to take home, allowing you to bring the spirit of the forest home with you!
 

Apr
8
1:00 pm13:00

Soap Making 101

Saturday, April,8th
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Instructor:  Lynn Iverson
Cost:  $50  Includes handout and all class materials

Registration Deadline Date:  Monday April 3rd
Max Enrollment: 13

This beginner level class examines the cold-process method for making soap. The incorporation of botanicals, oils and butters, & essential oils will be discussed. Basic swirling techniques and use of molds will be explained. Troubleshooting and rebatching, curing, and packaging will also be covered. Each student will receive two bars of soap. 

Please wear long sleeves
Bring rubber kitchen gloves and eye protection. 
An apron is optional.
You will receive a handout that includes sources, useful websites, and the recipe used in the class.

REGISTER BY PHONE (603) 659-7211

OR

Apr
1
1:00 pm13:00

(NEW DATE) Native Medicinals and Edibles - FREE Nature Walk

DUE TO THE SNOW WE GOT IN THIS WALK HAS MOVED FROM 3/18/17 TO 4/1/17! IF YOU HAVE SIGNED UP FOR THE WALK YOU DON'T HAVE TO SIGN UP AGAIN, WE'LL JUST KEEP THAT INFO FOR THE NEW DATE. 
Saturday April 1st, 2017
1:00pm - 3:30pm

Hundreds of years ago this was an important time of year for the Native American Indians. They were busy collecting maple sap for cooking and medicine. What else did they collect?

We will walk the woodlands looking for wild plants that are both edible and medicinal.

Mar
26
1:00 pm13:00

An afternoon of Garden Conversation & Wisdom Sharing

AN AFTERNOON OF GARDEN CONVERSATION & WISDOM SHARING

With Jenna Kulp, Misty Meadows Garden Manager
 Sunday March 26th
1pm - 3pm
Suggested donation: $10.00

We would love to sip tea and enjoy refreshments with you as we chat about planning a garden, starting seeds, and building soil. Please bring any questions, comments, wisdom or resources you would like to share so that we can have an enriching experience. This is a great opportunity to connect and share with fellow plant lovers in your community as well as pick the brains of our experienced staff. Jenna will bring her favorite seed catalogs and garden books for you to peruse. This is an open forum discussion. All are welcome from novice to sage gardener! 
 
We have seeds of beautiful Calendula, Greek Mullein and Tithonia to share with you! These plants are wonderful to grow in your gardens to support and encourage pollinators! If you have been saving seeds, please feel free to bring some to share or exchange with participants.  
 
Please register so we know who will be attending.
This event is by donation. All donations will go directly into maintaining and building the growing gardens of Misty Meadows.

CALL NOW TO REGISTER (603)659-7211

OR 

Feb
18
1:00 pm13:00

Ponds and Streams - FREE Nature Walk

 

Saturday February 18th, 2017

1:00pm - 3:30pm

Even though it’s still winter , we will start to see signs of spring in the woodlands, especially in the ponds and little brooks that don’t freeze up. We'll each take some magic mud and create our own container pond that you can take home, and watch come to life!

Feb
12
12:00 pm12:00

Red Tent Temple Event

Red Tent Temple Event

Sunday February 12
10 am – 5 pm

The herstory of many cultures has brought forth the stories of women gathering together for many centuries in celebration of the Divine Feminine.  Traditionally, women of the tribe or village would spend the days of their moon time – the monthly menstruation together in a specially designed red tent or tipi. They would be fed and cared for by the young girls of the tribe. It was believed that women were most spiritually intuitive and powerful during this time.  They would pray, sing and meditate together, bringing their visions and divine guidance to the tribe at the end of their stay in the red tent.

The Red Tent Temple Movement, introduced to America in 1998 by Alisa Starkweather “offers women a state of beingness rather than our continual doing mode. How about not do anything for a few hours? Or seeing what happens when we don’t have a plan or a direction? Are we keeping ourselves busy so we don’t feel? Where are we hiding in our busyness that may speak to our hearts when we finally take time to slow down? 
The Red Tent Temple Movement is a way for women to take our inner momentum, that feeling like the time is now and come forward with everything we are as women and give us a place to incubate, dream, slow down, and not have an agenda or plan. And simultaneously much is waiting for us in this not knowing place but we need to make time for the empty space. It is also not only empty space but woman space where we can share stories, laughter, songs, food and honor our unique cycles that we experience each month in our bleeding time and in our going through menopause and the many years leading up to it.”

Join us for this very special day of peaceful celebration of yourself as a woman.  Dress very comfortably – sweats or pj’s are perfect!  Delicious hot soup, salad, breads and sweets will be available throughout the day.

This event is a community service offering by The Coven Of The Green Fire.
Donations to support this event and others like it are accepted and appreciated.
 

 

Jan
30
6:30 pm18:30

Balance Your Chakras & Get Connected: Class Series

January 30 – May 22 (2017)
9 Class Meetings
1/30, 2/13, 2/27, 3/13, 3/27, 4/10, 4/24, 5/8, 5/22 Evening 6:30-9 pm
Instructor:  Wendy Snow Fogg
Cost: $175

Within everyone’s body are 7 primary chakras (pronounced shah’-krahs) that hold the energy of the physical as it is affected by the emotional and spiritual energies of our being.

While we are designed as perfect beings in perfect balance, that balance becomes altered by our walk on this physical plane.  For example, the throat chakra is the place where we express our truth.  A heated argument can either shut down the throat chakra or blast it wide open like a hyper-extended joint.  In either case, the throat chakra is unbalanced, leaving the person susceptible to illnesses such as strep throat, tonsillitis and thyroid disorders, particularly when this type of situation is typical in a person’s life.

 Each chakra represents a very important point of balance.  Learning to recognize imbalance and clear it using crystals, visualization, meditation, sound and color can bring relief, balance and joy!

 In this 9-part series, we will work with one chakra per class meeting, using all these tools.  In the final class you will experience a full chakra meditation, including the 8th chakra, allowing you to commune with your own higher self and receive direct guidance.

 Please dress in loose, comfortable clothing.  Eat a light, healthy dinner or snack before class. Ingesting alcohol and processed foods prior to class may be detrimental your class experience.

Jan
21
1:00 pm13:00

All About Birds - FREE Nature Walk

 

When there are no leaves on the trees it is the perfect time for winter bird watching! So many birds stay here during the winter, and it's the perfect time to catch a glimpse! Join Marilyn for a walk in the woods to learn about what birds do during the winter in our region. 

After the walk, hot cocoa and cookies will be provided. 

Jan
14
Jan 15

Reiki I Certification

Reiki I:  Usui Tibetan Enhanced

Saturday January 14th, 2017

Sunday January 15th, 2017          

9:30am-5pm

Reiki is a profoundly simple, powerful, and gentle hands-on healing practice that promotes the body’s natural self-healing abilities. This two-day intensive will include an introduction to and discussion of the Reiki Ideals and the chakra system.  While this Reiki I class is based in the traditional Usui Reiki system, the Tibetan and Shamanic practice and experience of the teacher will encourage the discovery of the student’s own personal Reiki gifts. 

You will:

  •  Learn the history of Reiki, how it works, and many of its uses.

  • Receive the Reiki I attunement which opens your Reiki channel to the infinite supply  of Universal life force energy and invites balance among your four bodies: the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. 

  • Be given the first Reiki symbol, learn how to use it, and practice using it. 

  •  Participate in exercises to open your own intuitive personal healing gifts.

  •  Experience a guided meditation designed to clear and balance your energy, create your  inner Reiki temple, and meet your Reiki guides.

  • Learn the Reiki hand positions and practice a Reiki self-treatment.

  • Receive and conduct full Reiki treatments with class participants.

Certificate given at the end of class. 1 hour lunch break.
Tuition:  $225  
 

Call to Register:  603-659-7211 OR Register online in our online store!
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Dec
17
2:00 pm14:00

Yule Log: Crafting Class

Saturday December 17
2-3:30 pm
Cost: $25 (includes materials)
Please register by Sunday December 11

The Yule log was originally burned during a pagan holiday called Yule. Adopted by Christianity, it was then burned on a hearth as a way of celebrating Christmas in Europe. People believed that burning the log would bring prosperity in the coming year. Yule logs also expanded into new traditions and conformed to a more modern world. Whichever tradition or religion is practiced, the burning of the Yule log continues.

Today we enjoy the Yule Log as a holiday decoration, adorned with red candles, evergreen tips and wild red berries.  Join us today to create your own Yule Log and perhaps a new tradition for your own family, however you choose to celebrate the season of peace on earth.

Dec
17
1:00 pm13:00

A Winter Forest Walk

Join Marilyn for a winter walk through the woods of Misty Meadows. For most of us, winter is a time to stay indoors, cozy up near a fire and wait for the frigid air to pass. However, did you know that the forests and fields are still buzzing with life? Animals and plants that don't rest during the colder months, working hard to gather food and stay warm. We'll look at tracks in the snow (if it has fallen) or look for signs on the ground for wildlife. 

Please dress appropriately for the season, staying warm is key! Also, due to fluctuating weather at this time of year, please call the shop that day to see if there will be a walk. We will only cancel if there is a snow storm or incredibly cold weather. (603) 659-7211

Dec
17
10:30 am10:30

The Magic of Scent

Saturday December 17
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost: $45 (includes materials)
Scent plays an important and quite powerful role in our lives.  We make choices about everything from food to hair products based largely on how they smell.  We're more likely to shop in stores whose aromas appeal to our sense of smell. Memory is frequently triggered by smells.

In this workshop, your sense of smell will take a fun, intriguing and surprising walk through the world of scent as you sample different types and qualities of essential and fragrance oils.  

Each participant will create a unique spray or oil to take home and enjoy.

Dec
16
6:30 pm18:30

Coping with Winter Depression

Friday December 16
6:30-8 pm
Cost: $35
For people who suffer from winter depression, the beauty of winter is nothing more than a time of dark and angst, days spent waiting for spring and the return of light.  It doesn’t have to be this way.

In this workshop, we’ll talk about the symptoms of winter depression and what they might be saying about your health that you may not have thought of before.  You’ll hear about ways you can improve your state of mind and your mood using several great tools, including herbs of course!

We’ll enjoy a delicious mood lifting tea together throughout the discussion.  I hope to see you here.

Dec
11
10:30 am10:30

Cinnamon Protection Charm Class

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Sunday December 11
10:30am - 12:00pm
$13 Includes all materials


Our great grandmother may have made things like this for her home so long ago.  Bring wonderful fragrance and old world tradition to your home with a sweet hanging garland of cinnamon sticks, bay leaves, rose hips and orange slices.  These are not only pretty and deliciously aromatic, they are said to bring protection and prosperity to your home.

This is not something you'll find in craft stores.  Once you've learned to make one, you'll surely want to make them for friends and family!

Dec
10
2:00 pm14:00

Bath Salts & Shower Scrubs

Saturday December 10
2-4 pm
Cost: $40 (includes all materials)

 The perfect gift for those special people on your holiday gift list — or for yourself!  Learn to blend herbs, essential oils, sea salts and oils to create a relaxing, reviving, sensuous bath or shower!  Each participant will take home a bath salt and a shower scrub.   

Nov
27
2:00 pm14:00

Evergreen Kissing Ball: Crafting Workshop

EVERGREEN KISSING BALL
A SEASONAL CRAFTING CLASS


Sunday November 27
2-4 pm
Instructor:  Wendy Fogg
Cost: $35 (includes all materials) 
Register by November 22nd

 
The evergreen kissing ball has been a tradition in holiday decorating for hundreds of years
Said to bring blessings of good luck and protection for the home where it hangs ……. And perhaps a kiss! Join us for an afternoon of old fashioned creative fun and make your own version of this “Charming” Tradition!

Cost:  $35 includes all materials

Please register by November 22

Nov
26
1:30 pm13:30

Pendulums: Tools of Divination Class

Saturday November 26
1:30-3:30 pm
Cost: $35 (includes handouts)


This workshop focuses on understanding and using pendulums effectively.  The pendulum is a tool of divination, used for centuries to help people derive answers to questions ranging from the sex of an unborn baby to finding water beneath the Earth’s surface.  

Today we still use the pendulum in those ways as well as many others, including determining birth times for use in astrology, choosing flower essences for ourselves and others, finding our lost trowel in the garden!  Bring your own pendulum if you wish.  There will be a variety on hand for you to try, and to purchase if you wish.

Nov
18
6:30 pm18:30

Stay Happy, Healthy & Sane Through Menopause

STAY HAPPY, HEALTHY & SANE THROUGH MENOPAUSE

Friday November 18
6:30-8:30 pm
Instructor:  Wendy Snow Fogg
$40 / person

The symptoms of Menopause are vast and vary from woman to woman.  This evening’s lecture will address many of those symptoms, the hormonal changes that cause them and what women can do to naturally to minimize and even eliminate many of them.

We’ll talk about hot flashes, night sweats, flooding, vaginal dryness, mood swings, osteoporosis, reproductive cancers, hormone replacement, hair loss, sagging and dry skin, memory loss and more.
Menopause doesn’t have to be a painful, teary, rageful, sexless time in a woman’s life!  Come learn about foods and drinks that can trigger symptoms.  Hear about the herbs you can use to achieve and maintain balance during this powerful transition. 

You can be a beautiful, vibrant, juicy woman for your whole life!
$40

Oct
14
Oct 16

A Weekend with Matthew Wood

A WEEKEND WITH MATTHEW WOOD

A WEEKEND WITH MATTHEW WOOD
.Fri/Sat/Sun  October 14-16, 2016
10 am - 5 pm each day
Tuition:  $295
Space is Limited - Register EARLY!!
Potluck Lunch - Please bring a dish to share

SHAMANIC HERBALISM:

Herbalism gives us the opportunity to expand our perceptions of the natural world through journeying and the intuitive understanding of patterns and connections within Nature.  When we learn to think intuitively we see the signatures by which the virtues of the plants are known.  The most powerful are the ‘spirit signatures,’ when the plant looks like an animal.  This connects us to the animal world, which teaches us about our biological urges, instincts, and primal emotions.  It is because we are part animal that this knowledge is so important.  Ultimately, we need to actualize our own animal spirit self in order to give our dream self eyes and ears in the spirit world.  In this class we will learn about bear medicines (angelica, osha, spikenard, burdock), deer and elk (bee balm, cleavers, sumach, cornus), rabbit (rabbit tobacco, wild yam), wolf (agrimony, St. John’s wort, werewolf root), raven (baptisia, mitchella), snake (black cohosh, rattlesnake master), underwater panther (white water lily, iris, solomon’s seal), and turtle (gravel root).  If nothing else, this is a beautiful way to know about herbs and their uses.           

ENDOCRINE & REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS:

This subject rises naturally out of the first one because the animals tend to have stronger affinities to the neuro-endocrine regulatory system, while the plants have a stronger affinity to the cellular regulatory system – called “ground regulation” (see Wikipedia, “milieu interieur”).  So we will discuss the hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, adrenal medulla and cortex, and the sexual system, with emphasis on the “heritage gift” of the great female remedies received from the American Indian people (black and blue cohosh, true and false unicorn root, trillium, wild yam, raspberry leaf, mitchella, cramp bark, black haw, etc.)  Also some European, Chinese, and lesser known native female medicines and some prostate and male remedies.  Sometimes reproductive problems are not due to hormones but the tissues (tense, relaxed, hot, cold, damp, dry) so we will discuss some of these problems as well.     

 

Oct
9
1:00 pm13:00

Crafting with Dried Flowers & Herbs

CRAFTING WITH DRIED HERBS & FLOWERS

Sunday October 9
1-3:30 pm
Instructor: Wendy Snow Fogg
$40/ person

The beauty, scent and spirit of plants is very much alive and vibrant in dried plants, and we can bring this energy into our homes for the fall and winter.

Throughout the summer it's fun to pick flowers and hang them in bundles to be enjoyed once again.  Crafting with dried flowers, herbs and wild things we find on roadsides is so much fun!  Watching the creative process unfurl before our eyes is purely magical!

Join Wendy Fogg for an afternoon of creative fun!  Choose from 3 different projects to create for your home.

$40 includes all materials

Sep
18
1:00 pm13:00

Medicine Walk w/ Wendy Snow Fogg!

MEDICINE WALK

Sunday Sept. 18
1-2:30 pm
Instructor: Wendy Snow Fogg
$15/ person

Join community herbalist and medicine woman Wendy Snow Fogg for a fun and informative plant walk through the fields and forest of Misty Meadows.  We'll use all our senses to explore and experience the medicines of Mother Earth. You will SEE the plants with new eyes,  TOUCH them and learn how they tell their medicine stories, SMELL them and TASTE their diverse flavors and FEEL how they inspire your body to respond.  HEAR their stories and teachings as told through Wendy's experiences with them.

This walk is appropriate for ages 10 and up.  Bug juice will be provided.  The walking will be gentle with lots of stopping along the way.  Bring water. Sneakers, socks and long pants are recommended.  

In case of inclement weather, please call the shop.  603-659-7211. It opens at noon on Sunday.

Sep
17
1:00 pm13:00

Colonial Times NH - Natural History Walk - FREE Family Walk

COLONIAL TIMES - NEW HAMPSHIRE

Have you ever wonder how our early colonial ancestors survived the harsh conditions in America? Take a walk with Marilyn into the woods of Misty Meadows. Look for medicinal plants they would have used and also the wild edibles they would have to sometimes depend on. 

When the day is done, come back to the grounds to make butter that you can take home and enjoy!

Aug
20
1:00 pm13:00

Afternoon of Nature Crafts - Family Activity

AFTERNOON OF NATURE CRAFTS!

Saturday August, 20th 2016
1:00pm - 2:30pm
PLEASE BRING: a clean, plain white T-Shirt (does not have to be new)
Cost: $10 per person or $25 for 4 people
Register under "classes & workshops" tab or under "online store"
Registration includes cost of materials aside from shirt.

Come join Marilyn for an afternoon of crafts centered around the things in our gardens and woods! She'll be making a herbal based dye for the shirts! Also, shingle crafts using ferns, sketching plants and wildlife, making pressed flower/plant bookmarks, and much more! 

 

Jul
23
Jul 24

Celtic Tree Lore and Medicine with Ellen Evert Hopman!

Celtic Tree Lore and Medicine

Saturday / Sunday
July 23, 24
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Instructor:  Ellen Evert Hopman


Learn Celtic Tree Lore and Medicine from Druid and Herbalist Ellen Evert Hopman, author of A DRUID’S HERBAL OF SACRED TREE MEDICINE and other volumes. On Saturday morning we learn about the Irish “Tree alphabet” and then go outside to perform a traditional Druid tree meditation and learn to listen to the trees. Saturday afternoon we learn more about the “Tree Alphabet” and then gather tree medicines such as leaves, pine needles, flowers, barks, etc. Sunday we prepare medicines from the ingredients we have gathered. Each student can leave with a hand-made set of Ogham divination cards, based on the ancient Irish Ogham “Tree Alphabet”.

Please bring:  A bag lunch for each day,  a notebook and pen,  two  8 oz. glass jars with tight fitting lids.
Please wear comfortable shoes and outdoor clothes as you will be outside part of the weekend.
Campers are welcome.  Please call for details.

Ellen will also have books with her to sell and sign.  If you already own books written by Ellen and would like her to sign them, please bring them along!

Program Cost:  $130

Register By Phone: 603-659-7211
OR

Jul
16
1:00 pm13:00

Bugs, Bugs and more Bugs - FREE Family Walk

BUGS, BUGS AND MORE BUGS!

 

The world of insects is vast and an integral part of the ecosystems around us. Learn about what some insects do in the forests to make life easier for us! We'll walk the meadows and gardens looking for insects and butterflies. Bring a net and camera to take pictures of these beautiful creatures that live in the meadows and fields of Misty Meadows

Jun
25
10:00 am10:00

Summer Wellness Fair

SUMMER WELLNESS FAIR: 2016


SATURDAY - JUNE 25TH, 2016
10:00AM - 4:00PM


Join us on this summer's day to enjoy the wellness and healing that is Misty Meadows! This year we will have plenty of workshops to fill the day, a Red Tent, Reiki Tent, Tea Tent and of course our Relaxation Oasis!

Here is a schedule for the days activities!

  • 10:30am 
    • Smudge Bundle Making : $5/person
    • Garden Tour / Plant Walk: $3/person
    • Learn Goddess Chants: Free
  • 11:00am
    • Fairy House Woodland Walk: $4/person
  • 11:30am
    • Refreshing Aromatherapy Spray Workshop: $5/person
  • 12:00pm
    • Drumming Circle (put those new songs to use!): Free
  • 12:30pm
    • Smudge Bundle Making: $5/person
    • Terrarium Making: $5/person
  • 1:00pm
    • Cinnamon Protection Charm: $5/person
    • Quick-Kraut Workshop: $5/person
  • 1:30pm
    • Refreshing Aromatherapy Spray Workshop: $5/person
  • 2:00pm
    • Drying Herbs & Garbling Demo (tools for the herbalist): $3/person
  • 2:30pm
    • Garden Tour / Plant Walk: $3/person
  • 3:00pm
    • Jenna Greene Concert! 
    • Jenna Greene will also be holding her workshop: Wild Faerie Soul, during the day! Hidden within faerie mythology is ancient wisdom that can empower us. In this workshop, mythic musician and holistic healer; Jenna Greene will teach you how to use these secrets to tap into the Faerie powers deep within you and give your life wings.
  • All Day: Garden Stone Painting, Tea Tent, Relaxation Oasis, Red Tent!