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Healing: (Merriam-Webster’s Medical Dictionary)
1the act or process of curing or of restoring to health
 2the process of getting well 

 
In tune with the rhythms and energy of each season, The Yoga Apothecary offers unique workshops and classes that merge the restorative benefits of herbs with gentle therapeutic yoga.  You’ll sample herbal teas and treats (as well as nourishing infusions, tinctures, essences, hydrosols) then move through a yoga practice that will leave you deeply nourished, relaxed and renewed! 

So please take a look around and see what The Yoga Apothecary is all about. And be sure to join me for “Cultivate Your Calm” a workshop presented by Pause, Gatherings for Women.  At the beautiful Roundhouse Farm, you’ll learn to create an oasis of calm and wellbeing through simple herb teas and gentle restorative yoga postures. Bring your yoga mat!

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