I want to let you know that I have recently opened my own Clinical Herbalist consulting practice at 210 N Higgins Suite 318 in downtown Missoula.
As a Clinical Herbalist I offer individual consultations, customized personal formulas, and educational services in western constitutional botanical medicine - a holistic, supportive and integrative approach to health care. Herbal medicine can address a wide range of health concerns from acute and long-term issues, to overall wellness and health improvement. It has also been found helpful as a valuable complementary approach alongside standard medical care and other healing modalities. Consultations -- I consult with clients about their personal health needs and goals and offer support and recommendations for a range of acute and chronic health concerns, including natural support for the immune system; allergies; respiratory, digestive, musculoskeletal, endocrine, skin, nervous systems’, and women’s health. Formulation -- My practice includes a diverse apothecary of botanical extracts, which I have ethically sourced, conscientiously prepared, and formulated. I design botanical therapies as either single remedies or customized personal formulas tailored to my unique clients’ needs as part of their personal health protocol. Education -- I am committed to empowering and engaging people in their well being and offer educational services, classes and workshops on a variety of subjects related to herbal medicine in the community.
I warmly invite you to my newly opened practice. Currently I am looking to connect with my future clients. I have created the space, am eager to share my services and now ask you to “Please help me build my practice”. Please give my contact information to your friends and family that might be interested in my herbal medicine practice. I would be very appreciative of your referrals. I am happy to extend my friends & referral discount for your next herbal service as a thank you for a newly referred client. Also, feel free to check out my fledgling website in progress of Britta Bloedorn, Clinical Herbalist: www.brittabloedorn.com And, I encourage you to consider how herbal medicine may be helpful to you - I look forward to talking with you about your personal interests and concerns.
Hello and happy change of seasons to you all! Hope the crisp and clear fall time is treating you well. Here are some upcoming fall events from my herbalist practice that I thought you’d be interested in:
[size=11pt]Herbal Practice announcement[/size] Welcome to the fall warming of my practice…
[font=Verdana]SPECIAL OFFER[/font] New Practice Warming Special Now through the end of November – 25% off Initial Herbal Consultation! As part of my new practice warming I currently offer a 25% off Consultation Special for new clients! Herbal Medicine can address a wide range of health concerns, from acute and long-term issues, to overall wellness and health improvement. It also serves as a valuable complementary approach alongside medical care and other healing modalities. Do you have any current ailments, chronic concerns, or want to learn preventative measures to improve your wellbeing? Consider taking care of your health and find out how herbal medicine may be helpful to you! The personal consultation includes a 1 ½ hour discussion of your health concern(s), symptoms, and health goals. We will review your history, body system’s health, any test results, medical and health care, and diet and lifestyle factors to help understand how best to approach your health concerns. As part of the consultation I will create an individualized health protocol to address your health issues, goals, and priorities, including recommendations for appropriate herbs and supplements, individually customized herbal formulas, and health information. Please let me know soon to schedule one of these special appointments!
In the meantime, feel free to check out my website ([url=http://www.brittabloedorn.com]www.brittabloedorn.com ) for more information on what to expect from consultation services and, about common health concerns aided by herbal medicine, or contact me personally at (406) 830-0949 or email me at [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email].
Herbal Medicine for Stress Management with Britta Bloedorn, Clinical Herbalist November 7 and 14, Mondays, 6-8 pm Red Willow Learning Center, 825 W Kent Ave, Missoula Learn how botanical medicine can provide valuable support during the times of stress we all experience. Stress can make us more susceptible to illness, poor sleep and worries, and can compromise our physical and emotional health. You will learn about the therapeutic actions of selected botanical remedies and examples of adaptogens, tonics, and nerviness than can help you cope, ease, strengthen and support yourself. Class fee: $45 To register please, contact Kathy Mangan at 406-721-0033, email [email]email@example.com[/email], or check out the class info online at http://www.redwillowlearning.org/Herbal_Medicine%3Astress_management .
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE [s]November 2, Wednesday, 7-9 pm[/s] Botanical Medicine for the Fall Season Evening Lecture at Montana Natural History Center, Missoula [font=Verdana]In honor of THE DAY OF THE DEAD celebration this class is rescheduled for[/font] November 30, Wednesday, 7-9 pm Explore the healing potential of our localmedicinal flora with Clinical Herbalist Britta Bloedorn. Join us in learning about connecting with local plant medicine in ways to help you prepare and take care of your health as we are falling into the cold winter season. Britta Bloedorn will guide us through an introduction to some of our bioregional medicinal plant allies growing naturally in Western Montana with a focus on cold season remedies. We will emphasize selected bioregional medicinal plants you can prepare into herbal remedies and enjoy sample remedies. For class registration, call (406) 327-0405 or check out the class info online at http://www.montananaturalist.org/local-herbal-remedies-and-botanical-medicine-for-the-fall-season/ .
Information on upcoming classes I teach in the community can also be found on my website ([url=http://www.brittabloedorn.com]www.brittabloedorn.com ).
I look forward to hearing from you. Best,
Britta Bloedorn, Clinical Herbalist 210 N Higgins Suite 318 Missoula MT 59802 (406) 830-0949 [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email] [url=http://www.brittabloedorn.com]www.brittabloedorn.com
Wehew Britta! Herbalists are NEEDED, and I will help pass the word around another availability in Missoula! I usually work in Hamilton myself
Lisa Allen MH
posted 7 years ago
Hello and happy sunny winter beginnings to you!
My herbal practice is ready to welcome winter and you! Below please find some announcements about my consulting practice and upcoming classes.
About my Botanical Apothecary Botanical medicine involves the use of plant remedies to promote health. Plants with healing benefits have been used in all cultures from pre-historic times to today’s science-based medicine. Herbal remedies are plant-based substances that can be used to enhance, maintain and restore health and wellness. The focus is on enhancing the healing capacity and vitality of the body.
I maintain a well-stocked herbal apothecary of herbal extracts available to my clients as either single remedies or customized formulas. I conscientiously, personally prepare herbal remedies using high-quality ingredients. They are ethically sourced, from wildcrafting, processing of fresh and dried plant material, to maceration, percolation and formulation. The herbs in my practice are personally and bioregionally sourced or obtained from reputable sources.
The apothecary is an important part of my herbalist practice. It allows me to create personal formulas tailored to my unique client’s needs and personal health goals. Custom-compounded herbal remedies are as dynamic as your health, and I draw from an extensive and diverse source of remedies to support this dynamic relationship.
November, 26th: Just in time for winter… Today I finished preparing and restocking a beautifully potent batch of mucopolysaccharide-enriched organic Echinacea root extract, a new batch of deliciously effective herbal cough syrup, and finished inventorying all of my apothecary’s current 120 botanicals up to date! Please let me know if you are interested in herbal remedies to support your health!
Botanical Medicine for the Fall Season Evening Lecture at Montana Natural History Center, Missoula
This Wednesday: November 30, Wednesday, 7-9 pm
Explore the healing potential of our local medicinal flora with Clinical Herbalist Britta Bloedorn. Join us in learning about connecting with local plant medicine in ways to help you prepare and take care of your health as we are falling into the cold winter season. Britta Bloedorn will guide us through an introduction to some of our bioregional medicinal plant allies growing naturally in Western Montana with a focus on cold season remedies. We will emphasize selected bioregional medicinal plants you can prepare into herbal remedies and enjoy sample remedies.
Lecture donation: $4
For class registration, call (406) 327-0405 or check out the class info online (http://www.montananaturalist.org/local-herbal-remedies-and-botanical-medicine-for-the-fall-season/).
NEW CLASS (still 5 spaces available):
Herbal Medicine for the Cold Season December 5 & 7, Monday & Wednesday, 7-9 pm
Taught by Britta Bloedorn at The Lifelong Learning Center, Missoula
Learn how medicinal plants and you can take care of your health during the cold winter season. We will discuss how to use herbal medicines to stay healthy, warm and to ward off common winter's ailments and sample some helpful botanical preparations.
Class fee: $14
To register, call (406) 549-8765 or register online (https://thelifelonglearningcenter.org/sdc/regclass.html?sid=d25901b112abe695cd0e2aa6f904b9db&class=21940&classtype=1).