Dec
14
6:30 PM18:30

Reiki Clinic & Evening Shopping

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 October 12th, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm (shop will be open during this time)
  • Thursday November 30th, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm (shop will be open during this time)
  • Thursday December 14th, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm (shop will be open during this time)


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

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Dec
16
10:00 AM10:00

Intuitive Tarot Readings w/ Julie Humphries

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$100 for 60-minute readings

$50 for 30-minute readings

Julie has been a highly intuitive empath since a very young age. As a child, she found
solace being in nature and wandering the cemetery next to her childhood home, where she always felt gentle energies and smelled fresh cut grass. Climbing trees and studying the old photos on different gravestones kept her occupied for many an afternoon. Influenced by these early childhood experiences, Julie’s passion for all things natural and metaphysical has steered her towards a path of exploration and insatiable curiosity.

Naturally, when she found a pack of eccentric looking tarot cards over 25 years ago in an old, dusty bookshop her fate was sealed, even if she didn’t know it! Today, as a psychic medium, intuitive tarot reader, energy worker and herbalist, she uses her intuition and knowledge of the tarot to help you navigate your own unique road-map of life.

Julie works to bring forward only the best of intentions for your highest good, working only in love, light and humor. Explore with her! 

Crescent Moon Tarot & Wellness Julie Humphreys, Founder

www.CrescentMoonTarot.com

CrescentMoonTarot@outlook.com

https://www.facebook.com/CrescentMoonTarot/

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Dec
16
11:00 AM11:00

Fermentation for Fun & Vitality

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December 16th
11:00AM-1:00PM
Instructor: Jenna Kulp
Price $25.00
$5.00 cash materials fee to teacher


Fermented foods are revered across the globe as an integral part of a healthy diet. Recipes can vary, but they all have great flavor and vitality in common. Aside from being a healthful food, ferments are often rich in flavor from culinary herbs and spices that always add a little extra pizzazz to the plate!
This class will touch upon the benefits of fermented foods to digestive and immune health. Participants will learn how to make sour kraut, fermented carrots, water kefir, kombucha and wild ferments. All will receive recipes and a take home sample.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person).Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

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Dec
16
2:30 PM14:30

Make Your Own Healing Salve

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Anne Wiggin and Krista McLellan
Saturday Dec. 16
2:30-4:30 pm
Cost: $35


Great for cuts, scrapes, burns, dry spots etc.

We will show you how to infuse oil with healing herbs you can find in your own back yard, and how to make a salve with them, using essential oils to boost the healing properties. You will receive a tin of the salve we make together and hand-outs to make your own. 

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person).Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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Jan
13
to Jan 14

Reiki I Certification

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January 13th & 14th, 2018
Time: 10 am - 4 pm.
Cost: $255
Instructor: Wendy Snow-Fogg

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 subtle 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 Reiki self-treatment.
  • Receive and conduct full Reiki treatments with class participants.

 
Includes complete Reiki I Practitioner Manual.
Certificate given at the end of class.

1 hour lunch break. Please bring your lunch as our location is fairly remote and time will not allow for offsite dining.

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person).Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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Jan
28
1:00 PM13:00

Soap Making 101

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SOAP MAKING 101

Sunday January 28th, 2018
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Instructor:  Lynn Iverson
Cost:  $50  Includes handout and all class materials
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.

If this class is sold out, there is another class offered in December

Cancellations & Refunds

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

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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Feb
25
1:00 PM13:00

Advanced Soap Making

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ADVANCED SOAP MAKING
Sunday Feb. 25
1-3:30 pm
Instructor: Lynn Iverson
Cost:  $45
This second level course is for soap makers who have made several batches of soap and understand the basic principles of saponification and safe soaping practices.

Topics included are advanced swirling and pouring techniques along with the use of different tools to achieve these looks. The use of lye calculators and recipe formulation will also be discussed.

Students will also learn the properties and actions of several oils and botanicals used in the process. We will also learn about soap labeling and packaging. ½ pound of soap is included.

Cancellations & Refunds

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


CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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Mar
10
to Mar 11

Reiki II Certification

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March 10th & 11th

10:00am - 4:30pm

Tuition:  $325  

In this two day intensive, you will be introduced to the next two Reiki symbols, learn their uses, 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
  • Guided meditation to go to your sacred temple and meet/reconnect with your Reiki guides.
  • Strengthen your Reiki channel through the Reiki II attunement.
  • Begin using crystals to create grids and rebalance chakras
  • Certificate given at end of class.
  • 1 hour lunch break.  

Prerequisite:  Reiki I attunement must have been received from a qualified Reiki Master Teacher no less than 2 months before this Reiki II class.  20 documented full Reiki sessions using traditional Reiki hand positions and the empowerment symbol (at least 15 on humans). All students must be prepared to share their Reiki stories of working with people, pets, plants, etc.  If you received your Level I Reiki attunement with a teacher other than Wendy Fogg, please contact her directly (mistyoffice@comcast.net) for an interview before registering.  You will be required to provide a copy of your Reiki I certificate and a copy of your Reiki lineage along with documention of 20 full Reiki sessions (see course description above).

Anyone coming to class without having met prerequisite requirements will be dismissed without refund. No exceptions.

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Dec
9
1:00 PM13:00

Soap Making 101 - December

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SOAP MAKING 101

Saturday December 9th, 2017
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Instructor:  Lynn Iverson
Cost:  $50  Includes handout and all class materials
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.

 

Cancellations & Refunds

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

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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Dec
3
12:30 PM12:30

Cinnamon Protection Charm

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Sunday December 3rd, 2017
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Cost: $13

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!

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person).Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.

CALL TO REGISTER (603) 659-7211

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Dec
2
1:00 PM13:00

The Witch's Dance: Dancing with Plant Spirit Allies

The Witch's Dance
Saturday December 2nd, 2017
1-4 pm

Instructor:  Allison Charron

Cost : $35.

The witch's dance is inherently empowering. We raise energy. We experience divinity in physicality. Through motion, we heal, evolve, and heighten our awareness. The movement itself becomes a doorway. Whether in ritual or rave, we dance at the threshold: at the doorway to the ecstatic, the doorway to spirit, and the doorway to Self.

The practice of mindful movement will invariably bring us to one of the fundamental truths of the witch: that of immanent divinity. The witch’s dance fosters an understanding of the body as spiritual intelligence. Every cell is imbued with divinity. The bones and viscera share their stories. Intuition is channeled through the fascia. Our perception of physicality, of Malkuth, begins to shift. We become fully present in the Garden of the Gods.  

Unlike traditional forms of meditation, sacred dance honors the body’s inherent wisdom to move or be still. This workshop uses both guided and free-form movement. No previous dance experience is necessary. Movers of varying levels of mobility are welcome. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and bring water, a yoga mat, and (or) a blanket.

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

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Nov
30
6:30 PM18:30

Reiki Clinic & Evening Shopping

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 October 12th, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm (shop will be open during this time)
  • Thursday November 30th, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm (shop will be open during this time)

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

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Nov
28
6:30 PM18:30

A True Beginner's Astrology Course: Nov 28 - Jan 30

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Instructor: Wendy Snow Fogg
2017/18 Class Dates:  
Tuesdays:  November 28 through January 30
                    No class Dec. 26, Jan. 2
                    Snow Dates:  Feb. 6, 13
Class Time:  6:30-9 pm
Tuition: $220

You will need to provide your EXACT Date, Time and Place of Birth.  Your natal chart will be run for your use in class.  If you are unable to provide this information, please let the teacher know asap.
Have you been intrigued by the tiny bit you may have heard about your Sun and Moon signs?  Have you tried learning on your own but become confused?  Have you taken a “beginner” class only to find yourself lost and confused again?  I’ve taken several of those classes and I understand how frustrating and disheartening it can be.
This class is designed for you!  As a teacher of beginner herbalists for over 20 years, I’ve discovered a passion for teaching and a particular love for teaching beginners.  Over this 8 weeks, I will guide you carefully and thoroughly along the astrology path.  The pace will be gentle, giving plenty of time for each piece of this zodiacal pie to be savored and digested.
At the end of the class, you will have all the basic information necessary to read natal charts.  The course will cover:

  • Planets: Their personalities, rulerships, relationship to other planets, relationship to signs
  • Signs of the Zodiac:    Their characteristics, relationship to planets and each other, the significance of where they are in a chart.
  • The Three Modes: Cardinal, Fixed Mutable
  • Elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water
  • Houses: The twelve houses of the chart. 
  • Angles: Ascendent, Descendent, Midheaven, Nadir
  • Aspects: Conjunct, Opposition, Square, Trine, Sextile
  • The Natal Chart: A snapshop of the heavens at the moment you drew your first breath! 12 Houses, 10 Planets, 1 Moon, 12 Signs.  It all comes together here to paint the picture of who you are, how you present to the world, how you think and feel and why, how past life experience is affecting your current life; how do you handle money, conflict, relationship; what are your talents, what drives you…..or holds you back!

The study of astrology is a continuing process.  This course is intended to give you the foundation and confidence to embark on this journey of learning to understand yourself, your world and the Universe in which we all live.

  • Class 1 & 2
    • Overview of Astrology
    • Planets 
    • Sun, Moon (nodes), Mercury, Mars, Earth, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Chiron
  • Classes 3 & 4
    • Signs of the Zodiac
    • Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces
    • The Three Modes/Qualities:  Cardinal, Fixed, Mutable
    • The Four Elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water
  • Classes 5 & 6
    • Houses
    • Angles
    • Ascendant
    • Descendant
    • Midheaven & Nadir
  • Class 7
    • Major Aspects
    • Conjunct
    • Opposition
    • Square
    • Trine
    • Sextile
  • Class 8
    • Looking at Charts
    • Family Members
    • Celebrities

 

  • Cancellations & Refunds
    • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
    • Cancellations by Registrant:  
      • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
      • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
      • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person).Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.
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Nov
11
to Nov 12

All Things Endocrine with Dr. Jody Noe

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ALL THINGS ENDOCRINE

 

Dr. Jody Noe, MS, ND
November 11-12, 2017
9:30 am - 5 pm
Intermediate – Advanced Level Class
Tuition:  $295 plus required book.

 

  • The Endocrine Triad: Pituitary, Thyroid & Adrenals or The Endocrine Responses To An Impending Nuclear War
  • Maiden – Mother – Crone
  • Female and Male Reproductive Issues


About Dr. Jody Noe
Dr. Jody E. Noé obtained her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Previous to this, she was awarded her Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science degrees from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Dr. Noé served as adjunct faculty to the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine, Quinnipiac University, Connecticut College of Naturopathic Physicians, Bastyr University, the New England Women’s Herbal Conference, Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NIAOM) and several community colleges and private organizations.
 
A founding member of the Botanical Medicine Academy, Dr. Noé is president emeritus for both the Oklahoma and Vermont Associations of Naturopathic Physicians.
 
 
The Cherokee Way
Dr. Noé practices traditional Cherokee medicine as taught by her Cherokee elders. This is a practice that encompasses mind, body, and spirit. She was accepted as an official apprentice in 1987 by Crosslin F. Smith, high medicine priest of the Keetoowah, Cherokees of the western band of Cherokees in Tahlequah, OK. She was adopted into the Smith family shortly after starting her apprenticeship. This is a unique honor reserved for few.

Prior to this she was taught by the elders of the eastern Cherokees, Mary U. Chiltoskey, "Mama" Geneva Jackson, and Amy Walker. Dr. Noé continues to study with her elders and practices traditional Cherokee ways with patients when appropriate.
 
The traditional Cherokee medicine way uses plants, earth, air, water, and fire (heat) along with rituals and prayers to invoke Spirit and Healing. The Keetoowah are traditionalists and practice ancient rituals such as the sacred "Stomp Dance" to this day. In Cherokee medicine many aspects of healing are addressed with the focus on the Spirit of each modality affecting the Spirit of the patient to conjoin with the Great Spirit of the universe.

Learn more about Dr. Noe, her practice and view a video interview at http://www.drjodyenoe.com/dr-jody-e-noe.

                                   

Cancellations & Refunds

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

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Oct
22
12:00 PM12:00

One Last Hoorah! - Plant Walk

ONE LAST HOORAH!

PLANT WALK

Sunday October 22nd, 2017
12:00pm-2:00pm
$15/person
Walk lead by Jenna Kulp

One Last Hoorah! – As the weather changes what are the last herbs that we can welcome into our cupboards to help sustain us through the winter? Early to late fall is an excellent time for harvesting roots rich in minerals to keep us going in the cold months ahead! Learn about these plants, how to put your garden to bed to ensure a great crop the next year and how to prepare yourself for the winter using plants as guides. Join us for one last walk before the plants retreat back into the soil. 

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Oct
21
6:30 PM18:30

Spell Bottle - Amulet Crafting Workshop

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October 21st, 2017

6:30pm-9:00pm
Instructor: Jen Nelson
Cost: $35 for two amulets

In this craft workshop, we will create our own amulets, using herbs, stones and various elemental materials. Select contents for LOVE, PROSPERITY, PROTECTION, WELCOME CHANGE, etc. We will discuss relative history and lore. Keeping that in mind and mingling with any current needs and goals, you will put together a small, yet powerful treasure, filled with your effort, energy and intention. Wear it, hang it in the home or car, bury or put it somewhere special or make it as a gift. The class includes instruction and enough materials to make two items. If you would like to make more than two, please bring $7.00 cash, for each additional amulet. 

Bio:

Jen Nelson is an Herbalist, Reiki Practitioner & Misty Meadows Shopkeeper. She is an eclectic green witch who honors and appreciates the old & wise ways while believing we also make our own magick with everyday tools. She is overjoyed to be a part of the Misty Meadows community and looks forward to guiding you in this workshop and others to come!

Cancellations & Refunds

  • Class cancellation by Misty Meadows:  Registrants receive full refund.
  • Cancellations by Registrant:  
    • Cancellations made at least 10 days prior to class will be refunded 75% unless otherwise noted on the Registration Page.
    • Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to class are nonrefundable.
    • Cancellations may be made in person, by phone (you must speak with a live person).Voice mail and email are not acceptable as that technology is not fully reliable.
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Oct
7
1:00 PM13:00

Native American Flute Playing

Saturday
October 7, 2017
1-4 pm

Workshop Cost: $45


Join us as we welcome 3 time Native American Music Award nominee Michael Longrider in an afternoon of instruction and insight into this unique instrument. Learn the Basics for playing as well as the techniques involved to bring forth the music and harmony for peace within.

Class description: Have you ever heard the soulful music of the Native American flute and wondered if you could possibly learn how these healing sounds could be learned to be played? Are you looking to commune with the inner Divine found within us all? Join us as we explore the endless possibilities of this ancient and Sacred instrument. Have you already purchased this wonderful instrument and have no idea how it works?
 
Flutes will be provided for the class as well as sanitary tubes for your health. If you possess a flute of your own, you are more than welcome to bring it along.  However Michael would prefer if you use the flutes provided as this insures that all attending the class will be in a compatible key. Should you insist on playing your own flute, we respectfully ask that all attempts at the lesson be done after the rest of the class has tried.  This will insure the comfort and enjoyment of all students. 

At the conclusion of the class and at the break, Michael will have other flutes for sale as well as copies of his cds. Please also note that the flutes used in class will be offered at a reduced price of $50.00 to anyone attending the class.  These will be offered at the break and at the end of the class.

Class Size:  4-18
Walk-ins are welcome if space allows.   But please note that while Michael will bring extra flutes, walk in participants cannot be guaranteed a flute to play. So please register early.
 

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Sep
24
10:00 AM10:00

Earth to Body: Autumn Workshop

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.
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Sep
16
4:00 PM16:00

Plants for Pollinators - Plant Walk

PLANTS FOR POLLINATORS

PLANT WALK

Saturday September 16th, 2017
4:00pm-5:30pm
$15/person
Walks lead by Jenna Kulp

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

Learn what “weeds” to keep and what plants to plant to help support our precious pollinators! Pollinators play a vital roll when it comes to gardening and agriculture, certain plants draw in certain helpers and it's up to us to ensure their numbers stay as high as possible. Come learn which plants call to insects/birds/bats for help in reproduction and plant health.

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Aug
17
4:00 PM16:00

Herbs in the Kitchen - Plant Walk

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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! Late summer is the perfect time to utilize the abundance our gardens and the wild gives us! Use herbs in a way you may never have before, or learn about plants you can eat that grow right in your backyard or woods! Open your eyes and pallet to the diverse flavors of wild and cultivated plants!

 

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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!

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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.
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Jul
22
8:00 AM08:00

Birding for Everyone!

BIRDING FOR EVERYONE!

Saturday July 22nd, 2017
8:00am - 10:00am
Guide: Melanie Wilkinson
Cost: $20/person

This two hour walk will get the beginner birder started by visiting several different habitats and identifying species by using audio and visual techniques.

Please bring binoculars,(bird guide if you have one), a wide brimmed hat or cap and a water bottle for the walk.  Participants should also be prepared for buggy and wet conditions and to wear sturdy hiking boots. We will cancel if it is raining.

About your guide:

Melanie Wilkinson holds a BS in Wildlife Management and Biology with concentration in Ornithology from UNH. Her work with the NH Audubon Society has included conducting surveys of forest bird communities in the White Mountain National Forest. Her great passion and practice is the identification of bird species primarily by ear (bird songs).

Registration Deadline: Friday before walk.

 

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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.


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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! Enjoy a day of workshops, 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!

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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.

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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.

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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
 

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May
27
to 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.  

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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. 
 

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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.
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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!

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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!
 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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.
 

 

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