Are you interested in learning more about natural and holistic health? At the Community Center, we specialize in educating people from all backgrounds and education levels about natural health and naturopathic practices. Our classes are taught by natural health professionals who are always eager to impart their knowledge onto others. We know that there are many others like us who have a passion for naturopathic study and leading a healthier lifestyle. So join us at the Naturopathic Community Centerfor one of our many weekend natural health classes.
Expand Your Knowledge
Saturday/Sunday Seminars have expanded to MORE with formatting on weekdays to provide a richer and more in-depth experience. These seminars are open to the public, natural health professionals, and massage therapists. These are great classes for professionals looking for CEUs for licensing requirements. The cost varies depending on the seminar.
Saturday/Sunday and More Seminars do require preregistration and payment. Call (989) 317-4787 to reserve your spot. Meals are on your own in most cases.
This year’s classes have been updated to included hands-on learning, a make it—take it using essential oils, permaculture and understanding the world around us as it pertains to our health, and making connections with your children.
Classes meet from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Naturopathic Community Center, 503 East Broadway Street, downtown Mount Pleasant. Lunch from 12 to 1 is on your own.
Please visit the Natural Family Conference Facebook page for more information.
Is it your thyroid, perhaps your adrenals, that are tired? Folks are simply not feeling well, and the hormone test from your doctor may or may not say you’re in balance, but the bottom line is you don’t feel good! Take an in-depth look at what disrupts the glandular flow in the body, what the hidden environmental and food factors are, and most importantly, learn how to avoid and clean them out. Each of us can easily have one hundred to two hundred or more of these disruptors hiding within our own tissues. Improve long term blood sugar, mood, weight balance, energy, and drive as your instructor, Dr. Amy Jo Howard, takes you deep within the Biology of Hormones.
Instructor: Dr. Amy Jo Howard
Class Time: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Class Fee: $50
This fun and compact introduction to Herbology is a great beginner or seasoned layperson class.
You will explore how herbs support health, some tips for proper identification, and even how to
make herbal remedies! Special information will be covered on herbal cleanses and how to know
which herbs are best for you personally, because herbs are not a one-size fits all. A light snack will
be provided and you will walk away with a remedy you made during the class.
Instructor: Haley Freathy, Natural Health Educator
Class Time:8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Class Fee: $50