Crew

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Lorna Mauney-Brodek, Herbalista
Lorna is a traveling herbalist, medicine maker, wildcrafter and teacher.  She is the current holder of the American Herbalists Guild Community Service Award based on her work with the Herb Bus.  Much of her herbwork supports organizations dedicated to promoting diversity, environmental responsibility, and social justice. Growing up “americana,” her health practices reflect the abundantly diverse influences of these lands to blend western medical herbalism, traditional chinese five phase, Ayurveda, and southern folk. She completed an herbal residency with Michael Moore at the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and her clinical internship at the Blue Ridge School for Herbal Studies. She offers a sliding scale herbal clinic in East Atlanta, leads the Harriet Tubman Free Foot Clinic serving our friends on the street, and since 2012 has facilitated The Herbalista Free Clinic.  Lorna teaches at various venues around the southeast, including BotanoLogos, the Blue Ridge School, the Homestead Atlanta, and The Herb Kitchen.

Todd, our apotheker, measuring out a formula.

Todd Cain, Apotheker
Todd is a herbalist/medicine maker/apotheker from Atlanta, Georgia.  He is also a well-regarded and highly-trained licensed Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Technician, a trade that he has been practicing and teaching for over 18 years.  His call to “whole health” led him into the natural medicine arena well over a decade ago.  Todd successfully completed a 10-month Herbal Studies certification program at BotanoLogos School of Herbal Studies led by Patricia Kyritsi Howell RA-AHG.  Since that time, he has continued his studies by working with Lorna Mauney-Brodek in an apprentice capacity: managing the apothecary; harvesting, processing, and making medicines; happily assisting at numerous classes she has led; and helping to launch The Herb Bus upon which he is the lead apotheker.  While he enjoys all areas of medicine, Todd is especially passionate about offering needed services to under-served communities as well as expanding the application of herbal medicines to our four-legged family members.

Corinne

Corinne Lee, Apotheker and Medicine Maker
Corinne is a renaissance woman of the certain “lost art” sort, having studied a variety of heritage skills, including natural building, traditional carpentry & woodworking, leatherworking, metalsmithing, farming, primitive homesteading and permaculture, mead making, spirit distillation and herbalism. Lorna was one of her first teachers of herbalism at the Botanologos School of Herbal Studies back in 2010. She is currently in graduate school for nutrition, continuing her education in preventive medicine by following a “food as medicine” philosophy. In addition to her regular work on the Herb Bus, Corinne also maintains and wildcrafts for the mother apotheke at Herbalista Headquarters.

Collaborative care is where it's at! Nurses and herbalists working together to provide patient focused care.

Amanda Robinson, Apotheker 
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2 thoughts on “Crew

    Tommy Johnson said:
    March 6, 2014 at 6:36 pm

    Lorna,

    I think it is cool what you are doing. I had the great opportunity to start a free medical clinic in Athens that is now in its 12th year of operation. I wanted to ask you if you would consider coming to Clinton, SC on April 10th before the Silver Jubilee Event in Asheville. I am a pharmacy school professor at Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy and I teach an alternative medicine course. I have taken the intro course at ASHH, am currently in the correspondence course through East-West and have taken aromatherapy courses with Jade Shutes from NC and David Crow with Floracopeia. We cover acupuncture, aromatherapy, herbalism, Bach Flowers, homeopathy and bitters…I would love for our students to see your Herbalista Clinic. I can pay you $200 for your time. The class meets from 2:30-4:15 on Thursdays…I plan on attending the event in Asheville as well. I would love to talk with you about your availability. My number is 770-530-8308 and my e-mail is tjohnson@presby.edu.

    Thank you,
    Tommy

      Lorna Mauney-Brodek responded:
      March 9, 2014 at 8:54 am

      Hello Tommy,
      Thanks for your note and interest. I am traveling in Kenya & Ireland until the 16th of March. I will be in touch when I’m back stateside. Looking forward to learning more about your work as well. Take care, Lorna

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