Wednesday, Tuesday, April 3
7:00 -9:00 pm
Online Webinar Hosted by Sky House Herb School
With Richard Mandelbaum
Keep your immune system robust and strong this winter with lessons from nature and her many medicinal plants. In this webinar clinical herbalist, Richard Mandelbaum will share his latest herbal insights and clinical strategies for optimizing immune system function and fortifying internal defenses across a range of common but problematic immune system challenges.
Donation Range: $10 - $15
SKH Herbal or YTT Students/Alumni: FREE
Register online to reserve your spot and we will email you the login directions on the day of the event.
Richard Mandelbaum RH is a clinical herbalist with a private practice in Brooklyn, NY. In addition to seeing clients he teaches classes in clinical herbal medicine, medicine making, and field botany, wild edible plants and mushrooms. He is a founding partner, director, and teacher at the ArborVitae School of Traditional Herbalism in New York City, and is also on the faculty at David Winston’s Center for Herbal Studies in Washington, NJ, and the Tristate College of Acupuncture in New York.
Richard has been an avid student of our native flora for over twenty five years. He has been practicing as an herbalist since 1997, blending use of our native medicinal plants with Chinese and Western herbal traditions. He is a graduate of David Winston’s School of Herbal Therapeutics in New Jersey as well as having studied at Rosemary Gladstar’s Sage Mountain Retreat Center in Vermont, and in New York City with herbalist William LeSassier. He has been a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild since 2003, and joined the AHG Council (board of directors) in October 2012. He currently serves as Secretary and chairs the AHG Policy Committee and the Committee for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Richard is also active in issues related to fair trade, sustainability, and social justice. He migrates throughout the year with his wife Gabrielle and their daughter Rose between Brooklyn and their straw bale home in Forestburgh, NY