The 12 signs of the zodiac are associated with different areas of the body. The sign that the sun fall in when you are born describes your birthday, though the sun’s function from a medical astrology perspective is that of one’s vital force. When run down or depleted, the body part associated with one’s sun sign can show the imbalance.
Join in on an interactive workshop where we will go through the herbs that can strengthen our vital force, and also can be used as talismans to promote our vigor, visibility and spark.
There are classical associations of herbs to planets from the lineage of medieval and greek astrology, which we will reference. We will be focusing on body systems that are associated with the planets and how they are interconnected to keep the information feeling relevant and tangible.
In this workshop:
-We will make customized satchels based on our Sun sign with various herbs and plant materials
-Gain an introduction to astrological herbalism and how to make it tangible for yourself to utilize
-Enjoy several types of teas associated with the planets
-Learn different recipes and practices that nourish or tonify the body parts related to your sun sign.
Chase Chualong is a professional astrologer from San Francisco, currently based in New York City. He is the founder of the Bay Area Healers Market. Chase is certified through Adam Sommer and by the NCGR - Professional Astrologers Alliance. His work with astrology offers a lens that describes an individual’s needs for health and balance – As everyone is completely unique, astrology accurately deciphers and provides practical ways to feel connected to one’s essence. Astrology helps to identify the tools, strengths and areas of growth that are occurring within one’s life. This can be a type of growth that is consistent throughout life, as well as recognizing what areas of life are currently requiring attention. His style is casual, deep and explores the intersection of physical, mental and spiritual health, using the stars as guides. Earlybirdastrology.comMore