Spring engages our senses, inspiring us to stretch and move after a long winter of stagnation. Join 3 herbalists from the Madison Herbal Institute for a panel discussion on herbal spring tonics to find out how plants support us in this seasonal change. David Milbradt will contrast Winter, Spring, and Summer energetics and talk about how the Chinese concept of the liver is related to growth and renewal. Kathrine Alexander will give a Western approach to clearing winter stagnation focusing on how to use what grows in your yard. Kathy Eich will speak about the Greek tissue state perspective, stressing the importance of tonics to support eliminatory organs and inspire internal synchronicity. This program is offered in partnership with The Madison Herbal Institute. The Madison Herbal Institute (MHI) has been growing organically since 1999. It blossomed from an herbal study group with the intention of providing herbal education services for the increasing number of herbal enthusiasts in our area. Call 224-7100 to register.