Wild and Medicinal Plant Walks

In Boulder we are gifted with a wide diversity of wild, medicinal plants found in the mountain, riparian and high desert ecosystems. We have co-evolved with plants…and their medicine offers us a direct relationship with Earth as well as the invisible realms where the mystery of healing begins. Plant medicine provides us with optimum wellness on a daily basis as well as deep healing when illness or disease arises.
On a wild and medicinal plant walk you will learn about the plants of this region and how to deepen your relationship with plants as our relatives and allies in healing.
Walks at Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch, 3 hours at $50/person with a minimum of three people.
Off-site day walks (approx. 7 hours) $125/person with a minimum of 3 people.
For more information and to schedule a plant walk contact Constance Lynn
through her website:  www.nightravenholistichealth.com

Bio.

Constance Lynn has been devoted to holistic health for Self, individuals and Earth for over 30 years. In 1991 she worked on her first organic farm and discovered the gifts of eating from the land and connecting with plants as our relatives, as well as our allies in healing. Currently living in Boulder, Utah, she tends to a large garden and is co-creating a homestead based on Permaculture design principles.

Constance began offering herbal remedies through Night Raven Wild and Organic herbs ten years ago. She hand collects medicinal plants from her garden, mountain and desert and then prepares salves, creams, tinctures and teas to offer the healing gifts of the plants to others.

Certified as a yoga teacher and therapeutic yoga practitioner for 20 years, Constance inspires her students through interconnecting the ancient tradition of yoga with wild nature and soul. She also has extensive experience with organic/whole food nutrition with an influence from an Ayurvedic perspective, and cooking for retreats, co-ops and cafes.

She loves Silence, Solitude and Wild Nature…

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