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Somatic Harmony: Nurturing Resilience Through Plant Allies

Broadcast on August 25, 2023
With Dr. Elizabeth Guthrie
Hosted by Selima Harleston Lust

Embark on a transformative journey and harness the wisdom of somatics to unlock your body's natural healing capacities. Join Dr. Elizabeth Guthrie and explore meaningful connections with plant allies that provide nurturing support and rejuvenation. Discover how to cultivate self-compassion and purpose by attuning to the dialogue between your body and nature.

In this session, you’ll discover:

  • The language of your nervous system and how to interpret its signals
  • Ways to use somatics to uncover plant allies that can provide connection and healing wisdom
  • How to cultivate your intuition through somatics in order to connect with your higher purpose
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Dr. Elizabeth Guthrie

Founder of Herbal Somatics, Clinical Herbalist, Aromatherapist, & Yoga Teacher

Dr. Elizabeth Guthrie is a clinical herbalist and certified aromatherapist. She earned a master’s degree in public health with a concentration in functional nutrition, and also a PhD in natural medicine with a specialization in naturopathic psychology.

She's published two books, The Trauma Informed Herbalist and Essential Oils for Trauma. She helped create research for UAB Hospital’s Integrative Medicine clinic, and also works as a yoga teacher and wellness practitioner. 

Elizabeth’s personal experiences led her to begin studying trauma and its effects on the body and mind. Now she helps others learn how natural wellness can be safely implemented as part of a trauma recovery journey.

Dr. Elizabeth Guthrie