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ConnectW is a women’s networking group that welcomes women in all fields and endeavors—from entrepreneurs and professionals to women simply wishing to explore, expand and enhance their lives and environments.

Join us for networking, socializing, and a light dinner.

Plant Medicines: New Technologies, Ancient Traditions and Practices for Healing and Well-being with Michelle Erickson, PhD

This presentation will focus on two “in the news” master plants: psilocybin mushrooms and cacao. We will discuss the expanding intersection between traditional, research and current practices and uses of these plant medicines.

Participants will:

1) Understand how to be in safe and right relationship with medicinal plants.
2) Walk away with a deeper understanding of current research.
3) Understand ethical considerations between indigenous and western healing practices.

About our Speaker:

Michelle is a bilingual (Spanish) medicine woman, teacher, researcher and coach. A 25-year educator, Michelle’s work draws from a variety of wisdom and shamanic practices, as well as the fields of education, psychology, neuro-biology, trauma-informed practices, quantum physics and cultural anthropology. She received a masters from Stanford and a Ph.D. from the University of Oregon, and she is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church.

🔍 Check out Michelle Erickson Online 🔎

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The cutoff for registration without a late fee is the end of the day on the Friday before the meeting. If tickets are “out of stock”, please email [email protected] to be put on a wait list.


A SPECIAL THANK YOU

To our ConnectW Corporate & Large Business Sponsors: Patricia Nelson with Two Spruce Law, Stephanie Higgins with Cascade Sotheby’s,  Dr. Carol Petherbridge with Freedom Regenerative Medicine, Lynn Spinoglio with First Interstate Bank and Terry Sprecher with Sprecher Group.


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