Join in an experiential learning weekend which will introduce the four directions and its related medicines. Learn how the Medicine Wheel influences our daily lives and how we can deepen our connection to create better harmony. We will explore the teachings of the four directions, journeying, Indigenous healing, animal medicines, allies and learn while sharing through traditional story telling. The teachings are held in a healing circle format and participation is a part of the circle teachings.
Through right of honour passed down from my Cree Elder I am grateful to share theses stories and teachings of the Medicine Wheel. Join us as we walk through the 4 directions, discuss the meanings of each of these, their related medicines and how they relate to health, healing, and our daily lives.
Dr. Tiffany Freeman is a Registered Acupuncturist, a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor, and a Registered Clinical Herbalist (American Herbalist Guild). Along with her clinical practice she is also an instructor, author and educator. She is the Co-founder/Director of the Lodgepole School of Wholistic Studies in Calgary, Alberta, teaching a variety of courses in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Herbology, assessment techniques, Wild Rose College of Natural Healing curriculum, and Traditional Native teachings.
Tiffany graduated from the Wild Rose College of Natural Healing in 2004 with a diploma in Clinical Herbology. There she was grateful to have mentored under Dr. Terry Willard, Ph.D, and to be an instructor at the college from 2004 to 2011. In 2009 She obtained her Doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine diploma from the Calgary College of TCM & Acupuncture and her Alberta Acupuncture Licensure. She is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild, the Alberta Association of TCM Doctors, and the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta. Along with her professional endeavours, Tiffany has spent over 16 years mentoring in the ways of her culture, Traditional Native Healing, and ceremony with her Cree Elder and other traditional medicine teachers.
In clinical practice, her passion lies in traditional medicine and therapies that connect us to a deeper healing. She is always learning and studying adjunctive therapies to better provide for her patients needs. Currently she is studying the art of Ortho-Bionomy. In the clinic, her primary focus is on Herbal preparations, Master Tung Ching Chang’s acupuncture and therapies, and Traditional Native Medicine. Tiffany incorporates her teachings and traditional values as a person of Cree First Nations descent with her studies and practice of Traditional Chinese and Western herbal medicine to create a truly wholistic healing experience for her patients. She is an educator, practitioner, mother of two, and an avid admirer of nature.
Saturday and Sunday, March 24-25, 2018, 9:00am-5:00pm
Regular – $300 (Early Bird – $285, until January 15)
Students* – $275 (Early Bird – $250, until January 15)
PRC Alumni – $285 (Early Bird – $265, until January 15)
*PRC diploma students will receive 1 NU/WHS academic credit for this workshop.
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For course withdrawals submitted in writing or in person 30 days or more before the start of the course, registrants will receive a full tuition refund less a $40 non-refundable registration fee. For course withdrawals submitted in writing or in person more than 14 days but less than 30 days before the start of the course, registrants will receive a 50% tuition refund. Without exception, no refunds will be given for course withdrawals less than 14 days before the start of the course.