Natural Therapeutics for Health ®

"Herbal-Based Health Care for the 21st Century"

Events

Current Class and Lecture Calendar

November 10, 2016    

Total Body Renew©   Westfield Memorial Library

Are you stiff, sore, grumpy?  Do your joints feel like they need a grease job?  “Total Body Renew” teaches safe, body-renewing movement and helps to relax and elongate shortened, stiff muscles.  Reawakens areas of limited movement and increases range of motion.  Class begins in a chair and will progress to a standing position.  Loose-fitting sweat-pants and shirts are recommended.  Bring your exercise mat and a thick, large towel to place underneath.  If you are particularly stiff, bring 2 small, firm pillows.  Class size is limited to available space.  Register early. 

A very gentle and effective yoga style.  You will be amazed at how much mobility you really have.

 

 

Archives

“Don’t Be S. A.D©“   Some of us who never experience ‘depression,’ find ourselves in a mental hole during seasonal changes.  For some, sadness comes during the Autumn/Winter transition and less often during the Winter/Spring transition.  It tends to surface at the same time, every year.  This lecture offers some interesting and little recognized insights on the mind/body connection to our moods and how some mild herbs and a little attitude amendment can help.  There are many safe and effective herbs that can help us through the ‘rough spots’ of life.  Westfield Memorial Library

“Yoga for Gardeners©”     Discover the wonderful world of food-based healing with locally grown foods.  Traditional and modern findings on common foods will be presented with some growing hints.  There is also a wealth of nutrients in some pesky lawn plants which can be transformed into powerhouses of health.  Springfield Garden Club, Springfield, NJ Wed., April 9, 2014; 7:30 p.m.  Please contact Springfield Garden Club for attendance details.

“Home-Grown Nutrition©  Foodomics for the 21st Century Backyard Farmer    Discover the wonderful world of food-based healing with locally grown foods.  Traditional and modern findings on common foods will be presented with some growing hints.  There is also a wealth of nutrients in some pesky lawn plants which can be transformed into powerhouses of health.  Springfield Garden Club, Springfield, NJ Wed., April 9, 2014; 7:30 p.m.  Please contact Springfield Garden Club for attendance details.

“Slow Yoga Renew©  Learn the absolute basics of how to use your body correctly.  “Yoga Renew’ explains the theory and teaches the how-to’s of using your body with the adeptness and efficiency you were meant to have.  No matter what your present range of motion and strength may be, it could potentially be greater. Westfield Memorial Library, Westfield, NJ 07090 Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012, 7:00 – 8:15 p.m..  Admission is free. 

“Home-Grown Nutrition©  Foodomics for the 21st Century Backyard Farmer    Discover the wonderful world of food-based healing with locally grown foods.  Traditional and modern findings on common foods will be presented with some growing hints.  There is also a wealth of nutrients in some pesky lawn plants which can be transformed into powerhouses of health.  Springfield Garden Club, Springfield, NJ Wed., Feb. 13, 2013; 7:30 p.m.

“Foraging & GMO’s in the 21st Century©“  Who cares about the health and happiness of our children and our citizens?  Two extremely important and diametrically opposed topics will be compared and contrasted during this interesting and provocative session.  Hosting organizations wanted.  Please contact NTFH proherbalist@gmail.com, if you or your organization is interested in sponsoring this event.

“Eat Well Grow Younger© In this fun and informative class, students will learn about the many common foods and herbs that are powerhouses for the human body. Foods that promote health, beauty, and a strong immune system will be discussed. “Eat Well, Grow Younger” is for anyone who wants to learn about the best foods for the greatest improvement in feeling healthy and vibrant. Most importantly, students will learn about health acquisition and maintenance through proper diet.  Oct. 1, 2012, 7:00 p.m., Westfield Adult School, Westfield, NJ

“Herbal Health and You©  Join this class to learn about the history and current use of herbs for health. You will learn about what is meant by herbs for health, how and when they may be of use, their use as stand-alone agents or as adjutants to a medical protocol. Some myths about herbal efficacy and safety will be dispelled. Current research and findings regarding herbs for health will be discussed. This course is great for students who have little or no knowledge about herbs but would like to incorporate herbs into their personal health regime. The course is likewise designed for students who are currently studying herbal science and would like to know more about it from an experienced herbalist.  Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 2012, 7:00 p.m., Westfield Adult School, Westfield, NJ 

“The Natural Shopping Basket: The Basics of a Healthful Diet©”  Why is good diet planning so confusing and contradictory?  It need not be!  The essentials of good health and well-being always begin with nutrient-rich, whole foods.  Your shopping basket can be filled with healthful foods that can be found in the local supermarkets, health food stores, and outdoor markets.  This class will also include some helpful suggestions for meal planning.  “A Natural Shopping Basket” reduces the principles of a healthful diet to the absolute fundamentals, in an enjoyable and friendly manner.  Wednesday, April 13, 2011 6:30 pm -8:00 pm,Cranford Library,Walnut Ave.,Cranford,NJ;  Saturday,  June 9, 2011  WestfieldMemorial Library, 550 East Broad St.,Westfield, NJ; March 5, 2012   7:00 p.m., Garwood Public Library.

“Health Benefits of Familiar Culinary Herbs and Spices”©    Garwood Public Library April 11, 2012, 7:00 p.m.  Springfield Public Library,66 Mountain Ave.,Springfield,NJ 07081 Wednesday, February 8, 2012   7:00 p.m.  Ph. 973-912-4304   Free admission.  SpringfieldGardenClub, May 9, 2012, 7:30 p.m.  Westfield Memorial Library, June 6, 2012, 7:00 p.m.  Silverton Organic Farms, Toms River, NJ 6:30 p.m.

“Collins Elementary School Health Fair”  March 9, 2012.  

“Insomnia:  Foods and Herbs for a Better Night’s Sleep©  There are almost as many causes of insomnia as there are people who experience it.  There is no one method that will help everybody to have a restful night’s sleep but there are certain foods and herbs that can assist many people fall asleep and stay asleep.  Learn how to incorporate certain foods and simple herbal combinations into the daily routine in order to obtain a better night’s sleep.        Wednesday, February 22, 2012   7:30 p.m.,Cranford Public Library,224 Walnut Ave.,Cranford,NJ07016.  Ph. 908-709-7272   Free admission.

“Diet Fundamentals for Health & Wellness©”  Just what is a healthful diet?  A 5-part series that unravels the confusion.  An informative and fun opportunity.  There will be a self-assessment of your diet with suggestions for improvement.   Classes held at Natural Therapeutics for Health, Cranford, NJ on Wednesdays Nov. 2nd, 9th, 17th, 23rd, & 30th, 2011   Time:  5:30 -7:00 pm   Tuition:  $125.

“Healing Herbs of the Coastal North East©”  Monday, August 8, 2011, 7 pm-8 pm    CattusIslandPark, Merrimac Dr. (off ofFischer Blvd., Rt. 549 spur), Toms River, NJ 08753                                  Pre-registration Fee: $3     Admission at door: $10/cash

 


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