Immerse yourself in a unique opportunity to work with medicinal plants on a deep level with 2 plant lovers: Medical Herbalist, Maureen Robertson and Nature Beholder, Margaret Colquhoun .
Using the contemplative approach laid down by Goethe and developed further by Rudolf Steiner informing his ideas for Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy we will cross over into the plant realm and come back with a clear idea of the therapeutic qualities of a plant “ally”.
Prepare to experience an inner change as you journey with a plant teacher. Experience the shamanic alchemical process as we learn to interpret the gesture and gestalt of the plant which calls us to itself.
Maureen Robertson co-founded with her husband Keith The Scottish School of Herbal Medicine and the Drimlabarra Herb Farm on the Isle of Arran (Scotland). Situated at the southern end of one of Scotland´s most beautiful and accessible islands, Keith and Maureen offer practical herbal medicine courses, individual herbal well being consultations and workshops in sustainable living. Established in 2000 by these two world recognised Traditional Medical Herbalists, the farm is run on Veganic/Stockfree lines combining vegan (100% vegetarian) and organic philosophy.
Dr Margaret Colquhoun is a biologist with a long-life experience in the teaching of Goethean Science. Holding degrees from the University of Edinburgh and having been trained in Goethean Science in the Carl Gustav Carus Institute in Germany and in the Natural Science Section at the Goetheanum in Switzerland, Dr Colquhoun is one of the leading teachers for Goethean Science in the English speaking world.
DETAILS FOR THE COURSE
- Dates: 4th-5th of July 2015
- Venue: Pishwanton Wood, one of the few places where you can learn Goethean Science in the English speaking world.
- Cost: £150 including a soup and roll lunch and tea breaks with refreshments (Concession £135).
- Promotion: Bring a friend – course reduction of £30 (£120 in total).
- Booking: To ensure a place pay a deposit of £30.
- Full Payment: To be made 2 weeks prior to course.
Booking the course
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Life Science Seminar c/o Bank of Scotland, Haddington, UK.
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ACCOMMODATION FOR STUDENTS IN ONE OF OUR COURSES
- STUDENTS IN ONE OF OUR COURSES in a shared room, £40 per night (breakfast and dinner included).
- £10 Single room supplement.
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