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Ryan Drum, PhD, AHG, has a BSc in Chemical Technology and a PhD in Botany (Phycology) from Iowa State University. While a NATO Scholar, he did postdoctoral studies on Cell Biology using the Electron Microscope and Microcine at the Universities of Bonn, Germany and Leeds, England . For 10 years Dr. Drum taught Botany and related subjects at Universities (UMASS/Amherst,UCLA, WWU). He studied Herbal Medicine with Ella Birzneck, founder of Dominion Herbal College in British Columbia for 12 years, and taught at their summer seminars for 25 years. He has been an adjunct faculty at Bastyr University since 1984, and he lectures at major herbal conferences and herbal schools. He specializes in Seaweed Therapies, Thyroid issues, and Men's Health. Dr. Drum is the author of over 30 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, the author of Electron Microscopy of Diatom Cells 1966,...
Juliet Jivanti is the Director of the Ayurvedic Health Center & Wellness Shop which she established in 2006. Juliet delights in sharing the ancient science and art of Ayurvedic medicine which is an all encompassing, gentle path to holistic health. She is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Registered Yoga Teacher and Touch for Health Certified Practitioner.
Juliet is a graduate of The Ayurvedic Institute and a student of Dr. Vasant Lad. As a diet and lifestyle practitioner, she leads educational workshops, teaches Ayurvedic Yoga, provides individual health...
|Miles Coleman, RH AHG EWCH||
Miles Coleman RH AHG- EWCH has pursued the twin disciplines of kung fu and TCM for 40 years. Miles holds master ranks in 2 kung fu styles and teaches for several large international martial arts organizations. Miles study of traditional kung fu led him to train in the arts of DA KE (trauma medicine) TCM and SHEN KUNG (Spiritual healing based on buddhist philosophy).
Miles traveled to taiwan and became a direct disciple of master YUEN YING GOA, learning herbal and trauma medicine.In addition, Miles...
|Heather Nic an Fhleisdeir||
Heather Nic an Fhleisdeir is a clinical herbalist in practice for 24 years. Rooted in the community she serves in Oregon she is additionally the proprietor of the apothecary; Mrs. Thompson's Herbs and the Head of Faculty at the Academy Of Scottish Herbalism She has been an instructor since 1989 at colleges, conferences and herb schools in Oregon, California and in Scotland, and in the distance learning program: The Village Herbalist Independent Herbal Study Course Heather holds three certificates of training in Herbalism, from The Oregon School of Herbal Studies and Brighid’s Academy of Healing Arts. She has additional training in nutrition and culinary arts, and served her internship with a 20 year practising Herbalist. Having dedicated her life to sharing this knowledge, she has assisted thousands in reclaiming their own health process, in giving...
|Jennephyr Reiche Sterling||
Jennephyr has been using, studying and teaching about plants for 18 years now. The passion began while living in the Netherlands, where she walked the city streets and introduced herself to the plants growing out of the cracks and crevices and they talked back . Her family and her love for herbs grew together, and she has successfully (up to now) raised her children using herbs as food and medicines. She has studied through the Wild Rose College of Natural Healing in Canada and was an Apprentice to Rosemary Gladstar at Sage Mountain VT in 2006, successfully completing the program. She followed Wilburt Fish around Montana for a summer, and has spent many hours outside with...
Sarah Bunting lives and teaches in Red Lodge, MT, tucked into the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains. She weaves together her love of the plants, ayurveda, yoga, meditation, and story telling into a rich tapestry, a living map to share with others on this long spiral journey home.
Even while taking an overload of college classes in chemistry over 40 years ago, Thad Mauney felt compelled to build himself an index of edible and medicinal plants. Later, after earning a Ph.D. in chemistry and spending some time leading R & D for a couple of high-tech businesses, he shifted his attention back from the inanimate to the science of how things live. And so, for the past dozen years, he has been exploring metabolic chemistry and how this can be used to maintain health and vitality. Specifically of interest is how to use nutrients to help shift away from disease states and maintain health and longevity. Dr. Mauney has written books and booklets on natural means to avoid or reverse cancer, cognitive decline, MRSA infection, and numerous...
|Greta de la Montagne||
Greta de la Montagne, RH(AHG), Clinical Herbalist and Bodyworker, has specialized in herbal first aid for the past 23 years through her volunteer work as a forest and street medic and currently operates Gentle Strength Botanicals & Massage Therapy near Arcata, California where she blends Ayurveda and Bodywork with Clinical Herbalism, and cultivates nearly all the medicines for the apothecary on her micro-homestead. She founded the MASHH Clinic in 1996 during the struggle to defend Headwaters Forest, administered the first aid clinic at the 1999 WTO protests in Seattle, was a member of Portland’s Black Cross Health Collective and helped found the Center for Biological...
Explorer, outdoor educator, herbalist, yoga teacher, and musician-artist-dancer Jiling Lin has roamed through the USA and Asia for the past eight years, studying diverse healing modalities and teaching different subjects, primarily outdoor education for youth. She apprenticed with 7song at the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine, assisted at the Ithaca Free Clinic, and practiced herbal first aid at the Rainbow Gathering. She also studied at the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism, taught at Two Coyotes Wilderness School, and worked at the Teaching Drum Outdoor School.
Roger W. Wicke studied TCM herbology under C.S. Cheung, M.D., and Yat Ki Lai at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, graduating in 1985. Since then his clinical practice emphasizes educating clients about environmental health issues, healthy eating, and escaping from the mass-culture Matrix of robotic behaviors. He is currently director of the Rocky Mountain Herbal Institute and has authored several texts on Chinese herbology, including HerbalThink-TCM, an interactive software package for learning traditional Chinese herbology....
|Linwood Tall Bull||
I am a Headsman of the Dog Men Society, it is our responsibility to preserve our heritage and the history and knowledge for our people and those not yet born. I am also an Instructor of Ethnobotany and Culture at the Chief Dull Knife College, and also a tribal historian. I also do a presentation on Indian Healing Practices. I am a Viet Nam Veteran and ceremonial person, I love to teach those that wish to learn, my teachings are those of my father the late William Tallbull who also received his knowledge from those before him. Plant people are very special.
Todd Caldecott is a medical herbalist and practitioner of Ayurveda, with 17 years of clinical experience. He received his degree at the Coastal Mountain College (1996) and continued his studies at the Arya Vaidya Chikitsalayam in India (1997). He is the former clinical director of Wild Rose College, and is an experienced consultant in the field of non-timber forest products and the natural products industry. Todd is author of the textbook Ayurveda: The Divine Science of Life and Food As Medicine, and is editor of Ayurveda In Nepal, written by Vaidya Mana Bajra Bajracharya of Kathmandu Nepal. Todd is director of the Dogwood School of Botanical Medicine in Vancouver BC, and is co-founder of www.wellaroo.com, a new subscriber-based health and wellness website that will be launched...
Elaine Sheff has been studying medicinal plants since 1987. A Clinical Herbalist, she is a graduate of both the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies and the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine. She is passionate about the inherent healing connection between people and plants. Elaine has a longstanding clinical practice providing herbal consultations for individuals with health concerns. A best selling author, Elaine teaches herb classes throughout the United States and is the co-founder of Meadowsweet Herbs. She is a certified instructor of Natural Family Planning, a safe, effective birth control method used to avoid or achieve pregnancy. You can often find Elaine in her garden, homeschooling her children, or cooking some delicious gluten-free meal....
Toyia Hatten is a holistic herbalist and herbal educator whose focus is on incorporating healing herbs into everyday life while improving vitality through the reduction of stress and promoting a deeper connection with the natural world. Her own herbal studies began while growing up with a Father & Grandmother who were avid plant lovers, and were formalized in her studies at the Appalachia School of Holistic Herbalism in Asheville, NC. After three wonderful years serving on the faculty of ASHH, Toyia dug herself up by the roots and transplanted to Montana, where she is currently sharing her love of nature & learning all about the hardy plants of the Rocky Mountains!
Katrina Farnum is a local Herbalist and the owner of Garden Mother Herbs in Missoula, Montana. She grows and wild-crafts edible and medicinal plants throughout the region and makes an array of products for her community and clients. Katrina has studied many holistic modalities and has a melding pot of education that defines the way she lives and practices herbalism. Katrina’s love for plants extends to the preservation of Cannabis as a medicine.
She has spent years working within the state to educate and preserve safe and compassionate access to Cannabis. Katrina enjoys educating about holistic approaches to herpes, chickenpox and shingles. She...