Intro to Unani Tibb + Diagnostic Techniques with Danny O'Rawe and Keith Robertson

  • 10/22/2018
  • 6:00 PM
  • Traditions School of Herbal Studies, 2520 Central Ave, St Petersburg, FL

An Introduction to Unani Tibb and Diagnostic Techniques (3-evening intensive) EARLY BIRD SPECIAL until September 15th.

We’re excited to announce a three-evening intensive coming October 22-24, 2018 as we welcome Danny Danny O’Rawe (of Belfast Herbalist) and Keith Roberston (of the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine) as guest teachers. This is a unique opportunity as Keith and Danny are lecturing in the states only for the fall. Classes will cover Diagnostic Techniques across two evenings and an Introduction to Unani Tibb on the final evening.

WHEN: October 22-24, 6-10 each night
WHERE: 2520 Central Ave.

COST: *EARLY BIRD SPECIAL* $200 : Pay in FULL by September 15th and receive 10% off regular course cost of $225.
After September 15th: $225/total or $75/night
Payment plans also available.

HOW: RSVP by email + REGISTER here >

:: Diagnostic Techniques :: two nights
The most effective form of herbal medicine comes from the individualization of remedies which are formulated to meet the needs of the patient as a human being. Squeezing patients into categories and constitutions can sometimes be depersonalizing, as can treating the disease rather than the person; or using herbs as simple replacements for drugs.
Using diagnostic techniques from across the great herbal traditions, both East and West, and more than 60 years of experience, Danny and Keith will discuss the pros and cons of diagnosis from traditional energetics to lab work and clinical data; and extrapolation from systematic research.

:: An Introduction to Unani Tibb :: one night
Unani Tibb literally translates to “Greek Medicine” which was the earliest example for traditional European medicine and also formed the foundation for Western herbal medicine in the states and Australia. Learn about the roots of Western herbal medicine and how we can deepen our understanding of the ever-evolving practice of herbal medicine in the modern world.
This introduction will cover the basic history and concepts of Unani Tibb and how it has developed considerably since those early concepts to embrace modern physiology and epigenetics.

Contact Kendall with any additional questions by email : TraditionsHerbSchool (at) gmail (dot) com

ABOUT THE TEACHERS :: Keith and Danny will be lecturing in the US this fall in North Carolina at the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine with Thomas Easley, with the Georgia Herbalist Guild in Atlanta, at the Traditions School of Herbal Studies in Florida with Bob Linde and at the American Herbalists Guild 2018 Symposium in Atlanta, including the Post Symposium intensive.

Danny O’Rawe :: ND, MSc, FIRH. Danny is an Herbalist, Aromatherapist and Naturopath from Ireland who has been working in the field of natural medicines for more than 30 years.
He is a Fellow and former president of the Irish Register of Herbalists, Ireland’s premier association for professional practitioners. He is Registered Naturopath specializing in Nutrition, and a member of the General Naturopathic Council in the UK. He is also a member of the American Herbalist Guild.
As well as running a busy multidisciplinary clinic, Danny also lectures in Herbal Medicine and Nutrition, and runs an advanced 3 year Apprenticeship in Western Herbal Medicine in Belfast, Ireland. He is a researcher, author, grower and consultant clinician, but still considers himself a student. He is the founder of the annual HerbFeast conference in Ireland. Danny is also a passionate advocate for Herbal Medicine and is the founder of Plant Healer Federation, an international voice for herbal medicine.

KEITH ROBERSTON :: MSc, FNIMH. Keith Robertson is an Herbalist and the Director of Education at the renowned Scottish School of Herbal Medicine. Keith is a respected visionary and pioneer of traditional energetic and contemplative approaches in professional herbal training in the UK. He has been in practice for more than 30 years.
He established the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine in Glasgow, training Herbalists to BSc (Hons) and MSc level, a world first at the time and many of today’s top herbalists trained at the school. He currently runs a correspondence pre-course and international apprenticeship from his herb farm on the Isle of Arran, Scotland. He is a Fellow of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists.

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