Three Keys to Awareness workshop, March 19

Leila Mayne, one of the three facilitators of the workshop on March 19. But what on earth is she doing?
Leila Mayne, one of the three facilitators of the workshop on March 19. But what on earth is she doing?

Due to Gordon Stronach’s sudden (and apologetic) unavailability, new co-op member Palma Mule (pictured above) has stepped into the breach, and will now facilitate the workshop together with Leila Mayne and Angela Jeffs.

Palma is a wellbeing practitioner and movement psychotherapist with 25 years experience of therapeutic work within the voluntary and statutory sector. Originally from Italy, she has been living and working in the UK since 1997 and moved to Perthshire with her husband in 2014. We feel very lucky to have her on board.

We now have a detailed information sheet available for anyone interested in joining the workshop, or who has signed up, and can mail it on request.

Staff of the Walled Garden in the grounds of the Murray Royal Hospital, Perth, are very supportive of this project. Manager George Millar has been actively exploring ways in which to reach the general public and wider community, and says our workshop actively suits this mission.

March 19 is not that far away, so sign up asap. Just contact the co-op or any of the three facilitators.

Do you have Solomon Seal growing in your garden? Did you know the crooked roots are good for arthritis? Leila, who lives in Kirkmichael, came to Angela's home in Forneth in the autumn of last year to harvest the plant for use in her herbal medicine practice. Here she is washing them prior to slicing for drying at home...
Do you have Solomon Seal growing in your garden? Did you know the crooked roots are good for arthritis? Leila, who lives in Kirkmichael, came to Angela’s home in Forneth in the autumn of last year to harvest the plant for use in her herbal medicine practice. Here she is washing them prior to slicing for drying at home…

 

 

 

You Might Also Like