Nature Is My Medicine:  A Collaborative Yoga and Plant Experience

Nature Is My Medicine: A Collaborative Yoga And Plant Experience

Do you ever feel disconnected from nature or lost in your daily routine?

It’s time to disconnect to reconnect. Get outside and move your body! Learn about how to develop your connection to the land, use plants as medicine, eat your backyard, and live in harmony with the natural world. Connect with community, let go of your inhibitions and choose to live limitless.

This series of plant and yoga hikes brought to you by Tami Gingrow, offers you a unique chance to immerse yourself in nature, learn about plants, and get back to what really matters. Over the weekend, we will be offering, a wild foraging and plant identification walk combined with Tami's one of a kind yoga hike, and sample a medicinal tea or a home-made fermented beverage!

We believe in living life to the fullest. Please join us and share in this holistic way of life. The workshops will be happening in Frick Park, Meeting at THE FRICK ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER. We will be so happy to see you there!

What you will receive:

  • Learn to identify edible and medicinal plants in nature

  • Learn about cultivating a relationship with sacred plants

  • Learn how to prepare wild plants in nutritious and delicious ways

  • Learn the art of fermenting - unique, healthy and delicious recipes

  • Connect with community

Locations and Schedule of Events:

Sunday July 7th

  • Ohiopyle State Park (Meet at Train Station)
  • Yoga and Plant Hike
  • 10 am to 1 pm
  • Suggested fee $25

Thursday July 11th

  • Frick Environmental Center
  • 2005 Beechwood Blvd. Pittsburgh PA 15217
  • Yoga and Plant Hike
  • 10 am to 1 pm
  • Suggested fee $25

Wednesday July 17th

  • McConnel's Mills State Park
  • Yoga and Plant Hike with the PA Hiker Babes (Perhaps you'd like to join their group!)
  • 6 pm to 8 pm
  • Suggested fee $25

What To Bring:

  • Pack some healthy snacks (If you wish) to fuel your body during the Yoga and Plant hikes

  • Plenty of water for hydration

  • Comfortable clothes and shoes, made for movement

  • Eco-safe sunscreen (as needed)

  • Rain gear (rain or shine events)

Your Guide:

Tami Gingrow

Tami Gingrow practices elemental and transformational yoga in nature through her yoga hikes and holistic retreats. She continually studies homeopathy, naturopathy, plant medicines and nutritional healing, the science of breath and the subconscious mind, Egyptian and Native American shamanism, Mayan culture, Oracle guidance and all the beautiful aspects of living a holistic life to care for her family, her pets, her environment, and to offer guidance and counsel for clients and friends.