Join us in the sweet, woodsy Westgarden at the Whidbey Institute to learn about supporting health with Ayurveda practioner Kumudini Shoba. This class will explore using nature to support cleansing the body and re-setting for spring, and will focus on using plants and herbs from the garden and surrounding forest. This is the first class in a series of three that will run through fall of 2018.
The class will be held on Saturday, March 24th from 1:00-4:00 pm. This workshop will be held in the greenhouse with a walk through the garden and forest to gather plants, depending on the weather.
Kumudini Shoba is from a family in Sri Lanka with a long “Vaidhya” (healer) tradition. She is a Master Herbalist who has studied both eastern and western herbs. She also has a master’s degree in bio-organic chemistry.