Learning / Lydia Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound was a popular cure-all for hot flashes back in the 1870s. Its dried underground roots and 18 percent alcohol kept proper ladies fabulously inebriated while they served their husbands pickled limes and Parker House rolls.
However, in recent years, it is believed that nurturing one’s health and sexuality naturally beats the booze-laced methods of yesteryear, and Laurie Steelsmith, naturopathic physician, acupuncturist and author of “Natural Choices for Women’s Healing,” couldn’t agree more.
In her upcoming Women’s Sexual Vitality and Health Workshop, taking place at the Still & Moving Center, Steelsmith will discuss the tools needed to transform one’s body using nutrition, herbs, meditation and qi, all necessary to beat the blood sugar blues.
Nia Blue Belt, Goldyn Daupin and singer-songwriter, Lucie Voelcker join Steelsmith in a workshop designed to bring balance into an otherwise uneven life. Prepare to watch as bodies and spirits unveil themselves.