Balsam Moon Preserve Hosts Nature & Nurture Workshop Day on July 20 – Brainerd Dispatch

Balsam Moon Preserve Hosts Nature & Nurture Workshop Day on July 20 – Brainerd Dispatch

PINE RIVER — Balsam Moon Preserve is hosting a Nature & Nurture Day with workshops on July 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The workshops are for all ages and participants can sign up for one session during the day, or join the whole day by bringing a packed lunch for the lunch break. Each session lasts 90 minutes with a lunch break from 12:00 to 13:00.

Workshops are led by area instructors and include: Soil Health for the Field, Garden or Yard with Jim Etzel of Earth is Our Home; Story Walk for Kids (ages 5-10) with Joan Ingebrigtson and Rhoda Jackson; Balsam Moon Preserve Sustainability Tour with Doug Weiss; Introduction to Qigong with Julie Guth; Recycled Art Making (all ages) with Christine Davidge of Christine Doodles; Basics of Ayurveda with Aprile Lack of Sacred Valley Ayurveda; Tips and Tricks for Photographing Nature with Tanya Villano; Wildcrafting (foraging) Medicinals and Wild Medicinals Make ‘n Take with Jenna Hadley-Johnson of Seeds of Healing Arts; Nature Craft (all ages) with Rhoda Jackson; Introduction to Buddhism with Vladimir Zivkovic of Blue Lotus Meditation & Mindfulness Center; Expanding Your Intuition with Karlene Plante; Labyrinth in the Woods with Barb Mann.

Amy Kowalzek of KS Massage & Kowalzek Salves is also available throughout the day for therapeutic massages and energetic work sessions of 30, 60 or 90 minutes by appointment by calling 320-630-0905. There is a charge for this.

Participants can come for one session or more, or do a session and then walk the trails and sit by the creek or pond or in the woods. There are rooms available if anyone needs an overnight stay.

To register for sessions, call 218-587-3808 or email [email protected].

Balsam Moon Preserve operates on a reciprocity basis, meaning there are no fees charged for classes and activities. Balsam Moon Preserve welcomes giving in proportion to what is received based on your available resources. “Giving” can be money, labor, needed supplies, expertise in offering a class, etc. This form of economy values ​​many forms of exchange and ensures equal access to classes and activities offered at Balsam Moon Preserve.

Balsam Moon Preserve is located 10 miles west and south of Pine River at 3148 Bungo Creek Lane SW, Pine River. For more information about Balsam Moon Preserve, visit the website at https://balsammoonpreserve.wixsite.com/balsam , on Facebook, by email at [email protected] or call 218-587-3808.

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