01-CuranderaTales of a Curandera’s Apprentice

Instructor: Lynda Emashowski of Nia Cu Herbs

Dates: Sunday, December 21, 2014 from 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PST)

Location: Nevada City, CA

Class Fees: By Donation

A Sacred Storytelling Circle held on Winter Solstice

Within the context of a healing ritual, experience the life of the sole apprentice of an Aztecian/DeOnyx Curandera, La Dona Dora, as told by Lynda Emashowski of Nia Cu Herbs.

A heart warming, informative tale of right action, good medicine and what it means to carry the Curandera Feather.

A life changing few hours.

3:30 - 4:30 community potluck

**final bathroom break/settling**

4:45 - 7:00 medicinal storytelling

The story takes about 2 hours. Once sacred space is established, no one can leave or enter the story.

For this reason, no children under 12 are allowed.

This is a sacred space with shamanic energy. No drugs or alcohol should be consumed 24 hours before the event and will not be allowed at the event.

All are welcome. This event is held by donation or herbal gifts to the story teller.

Location and directions will be emailed to registrants.


Lynda EmashowskiLynda Emashowski, MS, clinical herbalist, iridologist

Lynda is the owner of Nia Cu Herbs and Whispered Wisdoms. She has been in clinical practice for 30 years. Teaching and hosting workshops, and bringing people back into balance with the earth, are her passions. She is a popular educator having taught at the Northern California Woman's Herbal Symposium, Brightenbush, and Frontier Herbs.