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Adapt, Endure, Recover: Using Herbs to Increase Performance and Boost Recovery at Milk Market

Thursday, August 16, 2018 - 6:00 PM

Running Time: 2 hours

Ends At: 8:00 PM

This class is held at the Milk Market in the Dairy Block of Downtown Denver

 

Join herbalist Erin Hattler at Milk Market for an informative evening discussing adaptogens (herbs that increase our ability to adapt to stress). We will discuss herbs to use for altitude sickness, how to use adaptogens to help with recovery and performance, secrets to avoiding burnout and the difference between Reshi and Chaga. You will be sampling a variety of different adaptogens and will leave with a comprehensive list of what adaptogens to use for different training or recovery goals and a personalized formula for your personal goals. Whether you are an athlete or just a weekend hiker looking to cross a few 14ers off your bucket list, join us for this workshop on herbs for athletes!

 

Price: $45

Instructor: A wild woman herbalist, Erin Hattler is passionate about the intersection of nature, recovery and empowerment. Plant medicine, self-care, good nutrition and a healthy dose of humor were integral to her personal healing journey. Erin comes from an incredible lineage of teachers both in the Western and Mayan traditions. She is certified as a clinical herbalist and women³ ethnobotanist from the Artemisia and Rue School of Herbal Studies and is an integrative nutrition certified health coach and flower essence therapist. Erin has apprenticed with healers and herbalists in Germany, New Zealand, Mexico and Crested Butte. Her studies included courses in functional medicine and clinical nutrition and she is certified in reiki, BARS and as a Radiant Tribe Facilitator.

 

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This class will be held at Milk Market

1800 Wazee Suite 100
Denver, CO 80202

 

About Milk Market:

Frank Bonanno is the force behind The Denver Milk Market, 15 unique venues from the mind of a celebrated Colorado chef who intends for the Milk Market to be his stamp on the city he calls home. More than just a group of food stalls (though we couldn´t be prouder of our little venues here) Milk Market is a community. We are a community of Denver institutions   a vacation home, if you will, to the Denver Zoo, Denver Botanic Gardens, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Clyfford Still Museum. The Milk Market is a community of innovators, of local artists and craftsman, who land here weekly to showcase their best creations and share their techniques with the curious, and we are a monthly market that brims with a community of Colorado culinary makers. We are a community of early morning fitness seekers, happy hour gatherers and late night pizza eaters. Denver Milk Market is a community of food, wine and spirit professionals who invite you in to share our passion. The Denver Milk Market intends to be a happy, thriving community of the curious, the hungry and the thirsty. We feed what you hunger for! Let s meet at the Milk Market!

 

 

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