Welcome to Our Healing Roots, a blog exploring natural medicine that returns us to the roots of health and wellbeing. Our Healing Roots, LLC, is a private natural healthcare practice and experiential learning center that advocates the safe use of integrated, natural medicine. Many healing ways have gone by the wayside with the advent of conventional medicine. While it is important to receive professional medical advice for serious conditions, there are many things we can do at home to prevent disease and maintain our health. The Latin word for doctor is docere, which means to be a teacher. Our Healing Roots wholehearted embraces the importance of teaching in healthcare, so that people feel empowered about their health and wellbeing. More information about this business can be found at www.ourhealingroots.net.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Super Sourdough Saturday!


As I stepped outside this morning to feed the critters on my urban farm, a little of the autumn melancholy blew past me. Blackened plants with their blackened recent blooms scattered my garden; a result from the hard frost from earlier this week. 


This week flew by as fast and hard as the wind today. A student from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) came to do a preceptorship with me on Thursday and Friday. It was a delight to meet her and exchange ideas! It also gave me insight on my life from an outsider's eyes. Closing the clinic on Friday afternoon, I was especially reminded all the amazing clients with whom I am privileged to work on a daily basis.

All this week, I have also been preparing for my Saturday sourdough class. Today, we had a blast making sourdough pizza, sourdough pancakes and many variations of the sourdough bread loaf! Everyone got to take home their own starter and a collection of recipes and ideas. It was a Super Sourdough Saturday with five super women!

The class came to a close this afternoon. This is my last hands-on, experiential workshop of the year. Like my autumn melancholy, I had a little melancholy about this, too. It's been a wonderful year of teaching. I can't wait to do it again next year!  For those who might be wondering, a list of 2014 workshops will be offered soon.

I still have two natural health gatherings at 306 Phoenix House this year and I will be giving a talk at Green Acres Market in December about sleep. Stay tuned for more details...

No comments:

Post a Comment