It’s still dark. It’s still cold. But something is stirring inside, wondering if spring will come soon. Some of us are dreading it. Some of us are longing for it. What does it take, to have the strength, the purpose, and the clarity to welcome spring—and yet also have the patience to wait for it, as long as necessary?
Late winter offers and demands a different skill set than pre-solstice winter. It is an opportunity to cultivate hidden yang, and stoke the inner fire—but with an equal balance of yin, so that we are flexible and rested, as we wait for the moment to come forth with new plans and new directions.
This workshop explores practices and exercises to help us get the most out of the remaining days of winter—and prepare for a healthy spring.
Please note, it is not recommended that participants divide their focus by taking extensive notes. In order to allow participants to relax into the discussion, we will make an audio recording which will be shared only with participants. The purpose of the recording will be to remind participants of what they learned. The recording will not be available for those who were not present in the class.
Students will earn 5 NCCAOM-approved PDA Points.
In the (very rare) event of a workshop cancellation, all tuition will be refunded.
Otherwise, any refund is at the sole discretion of Perennial Medicine.
Saturday, February 5, 2022
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. PST