Schedule of Events


CURRENT EVENTS

We’ll be posting more classes soon.

 

PAST EVENTS

Understanding the Progression of Lyme Disease: Chinese Medicine and Western Herbs

Saturday, October 15, 9am-1pm

Railyard Apothecary, Burlington, VT

Preregistration suggested

Join Brendan Kelly, M. Ac. L. Ac., herbalist, for the first in his series of herbal workshops. A crucial understanding in treating Lyme disease is that things change. Using the Chinese medicine theory of Sheng Hua, we’ll talk about how one set of symptoms leads to others, and how understanding the progression of the disease is essential to not only treating symptoms but also promoting health. Brendan will use Lyme case studies of patients he’s worked with to discuss his experiences treating Lyme disease, from very early through advanced stages. We’ll talk about using western herbs as well as dietary and lifestyle suggestions to treat the numerous symptoms associated with Lyme. Brendan will also talk about research from his book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. In particular, he’ll present how the progression of Lyme disease mirrors the progression of climate change and how Lyme is very much a condition of our times. Everyone who attends will receive a complimentary copy of The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. $40 if register ahead; $45 day of workshop.

You can view of video of Brendan talking about the progression of Lyme disease at the Jade Mountain Wellness YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Z5iAVcA3M

For more information and to register, go to http://www.railyardapothecary.com/

 

Understanding the Progression of Lyme Disease: Chinese Medicine and Western Herbs

Class: Saturday, October 29, 9am-1pm

Free talk: 3-4:30pm

at the Lyme Disease Resource Center, Northamptom, MA

PLEASE NOTE: The class and talk are happening at the Potpourri Plaza, 243 King St., Conference Room Suite 236, Northampton MA 01060

Preregistration suggested

Join Brendan Kelly, M. Ac. L. Ac., herbalist, for the first in his series of herbal workshops. A crucial understanding in treating Lyme disease is that things change. Using the Chinese medicine theory of Sheng Hua, we’ll talk about how one set of symptoms leads to others, and how understanding the progression of the disease is essential to not only treating symptoms but also promoting health. Brendan will use Lyme case studies of patients he’s worked with to discuss his experiences treating Lyme disease, from very early through advanced stages. We’ll talk about using western herbs as well as dietary and lifestyle suggestions to treat the numerous symptoms associated with Lyme. Brendan will also talk about research from his book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. In particular, he’ll present how the progression of Lyme disease mirrors the progression of climate change and how Lyme is very much a condition of our times. Everyone who attends will receive a complimentary copy of The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. $45 if register by October 15; $55 afterwards.

You can view of video of Brendan talking about the progression of Lyme disease at the Jade Mountain Wellness YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Z5iAVcA3M

For more information and to register, go to http://www.sweetbirchherbals.com

 

Cancer and Climate Change

Talk and Book Signing with Brendan Kelly

Thursday October 27 7:00-8:30pm

Natural Food Exchange, Reading MA

Space is limited and pre-registration is suggested. http://naturalfoodexchange.com/calendar/cancer-climate-crisis/

Join us Thursday, October 27 at 7PM as we host author and acupuncturist Brendan Kelly who will discuss his new book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis.

Have you ever wondered how the rate of chronic illnesses such as cancer, autoimmune disease, and lyme disease has grown exponentially at almost the same rapid rate as climate change?

Could there be a correlation between climate crisis and chronic illness?

How do we begin to heal the state of chronic inflammation that is affecting the equilibrium of our planet and public health?

Using the lens of Chinese medicine, Brendan will discuss how the warming of our planet mirrors a similar overheating within us and within our culture. Brendan will also speak about how climate change is directly related to diagnoses like cancer and Lyme disease.

 

Understanding the Progression of Lyme Disease: Chinese Medicine and Western Herbs

with Brendan Kelly, L. Ac., M. Ac, acupuncturist and herbalist

Saturday,  June 4  2:00-4:30pm, at the Herbstalk Conference, Somerville, MA

A crucial understanding in treating Lyme disease is that things change. Using the Chinese medicine theory of Sheng Hua, we’ll talk about how one set of symptoms leads to others, and how understanding the progression of the disease is essential to not only treating symptoms but also promoting health. Brendan will use Lyme case studies of patients he’s worked with to discuss his experiences treating Lyme disease, from very early through advanced stages. We’ll talk about using western herbs as well as dietary and lifestyle to treat the numerous symptoms associated with Lyme.

Brendan will also talk about research from his book published in 2015 by North Atlantic Books—The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. In particular, he’ll present how the progression of Lyme disease mirrors the progression of climate change and how Lyme is very much a condition of our times.

You can view of video of Brendan talking about the progression of Lyme disease at the Jade Mountain Wellness YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Z5iAVcA3Mc

For more information or to register, go to http://www.herbstalk.org/

 

Treating Cancer In Our Era of Climate Crisis: Western Herbs and Chinese Medicine.

with Brendan Kelly of Jade Mountain Wellness
Saturday, May 7th 9:00am – 5:30pm (with a 1 hour lunch)
at The Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, Montpelier, VT
$90/$80 for VCIH members
8 PDA/Continuing Education credits available for acupuncturists. $10 fee added for PDA credits.

A crucial component of addressing the root causes of cancer is understanding where the condition is coming from. We’ll talk about how the overgrowth of unhealthy cells that characterizes cancer fits well within a Chinese medicine tradition of the School of Heat (Wen Bing Xue). Brendan will present the ideas and research from his new book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis, including the direct connection between our warming planet and the extraordinary rates of cancer in the US.  He’ll present several case studies of patients he’s worked with and discuss the potential to address the condition from very early to advanced stages. We’ll also talk about using western herbs as well as dietary and lifestyle changes to address different issues associated with cancer. Detailed handouts provided.

 

The Yin and Yang of Economics: Sustainable Businesses and the Climate Crisis

with Brendan Kelly of Jade Mountain Wellness

the Slow Living Summit, Brattleboro, VT

Saturday April 30, 10:30am-12:00pm

For more information and to buy tickets to the conference: http://www.slowlivingsummit.org/

An essential part of addressing the climate crisis is understanding its root causes. Using the ideas and research from his new book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis, Brendan will present a Chinese medicine understanding of long-term sustainability. He’ll discuss how our societal assumptions are creating imbalance throughout our country, including in our economy. He will also talk about how changes in our own perceptions of the world are needed to create sustainable businesses and a sustainable culture.

 

Cancer and Climate Change: The Internal and External Environments

Presentation at the yearly meeting of the Vermont Acupuncture Association (VTAA)

Saturday, November 7, 1:00-5:00PM

Three Stallions Inn, Randolph, VT

Brendan Kelly, acupuncturist and herbalist at Jade Mountain Wellness, will present the ideas and research from his new book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. He’ll talk about how what is happening with the climate is a reflection of what’s happening within us. In particular, he’ll talk about how the extraordinary rates of cancer in the US are an indication of the very significant internal over-heating that is happening within our country. He’ll also present specific case studies about treating cancer and ideas for promoting health and preventing disease in our era of climate change.

For more information, go to www.vtaa.org

 

Book Reading and Signing, The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis

Thursday, November 19, 5:30PM

Buffalo Street Books, Ithaca, NY

Free and open to the everyone.

Come hear Brendan Kelly, author, educator and acupuncturist, read from his new book,  The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. He’ll read passages about how Chinese medicine can help us understand how what is happening within us is also happening within us. After the reading, Brendan will be signing books.

We hope to see you there.

http://www.buffalostreetbooks.com/

 

Author Talk and Book Signing: The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis

Wednesday, December 2, 7PM

Saranac Lake Free Library–109 Main Street  Saranac Lake, NY

Sponsored by Voters for Change

Free and open to the everyone.

Come hear Brendan Kelly, author, educator and acupuncturist, talk about his new book,  The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. He’ll address how Chinese medicine can help us understand how what is happening within us is also happening within us. After the reading, Brendan will be signing books.

We hope to see you there.

 

Book Reading from The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis

at Shelburne Farm Carriage House, Shelburne, VT

Wednesday October 14, 6-8PM

Free and pre-registration is requested. Light fare will be served. For more information and to pre-register, go to http://www.shelburnefarms.org/calendar

Come hear Brendan Kelly, author, educator and acupuncturist, read from his new book,  The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. He’ll read passages about how Chinese medicine can help us understand how what is happening within us is also happening within us. After the reading, Brendan will be signing books.

We hope to see you there.

 

Internal Climate Change

at the Bioneers/Connecting for Change Conference  New Bedford, MA

Friday October 23, 4:00PM

For more information and to register, go to http://www.marioninstitute.org/connecting-for-change

Brendan Kelly will be presenting the ideas and research from his recently published book—The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. Melting ice caps, dying forests, and devastating floods are symptoms of deeper issues, both within us as individuals and within our culture. Informed by Brendan’s experience as a practitioner of Chinese medicine, we’ll discuss how the current life-threatening severity of climate change speaks to the level of imbalance that exists in the people and institutions responsible for the crisis. Looking through the lens of Chinese medicine, we are better able to understand that the severity of climate destabilization speaks to deeper philosophical and spiritual issues and provides an opportunity to address our own personal and collective imbalances. We’ll also talk about hopeful, deep-reaching personal and societal remedies to treat the underlying causes of climate change.
Book Reading and Signing

at Phoenix Book, Burlington, VT

Wednesday September 23, 7-8PM

Pre-registration is requested. Cost is $3, which includes a $5 credit towards purchase of book. For more information go to http://www.phoenixbooks.biz/events

Come hear Brendan Kelly, author, educator and acupuncturist, read from his new book,  The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. He’ll read passages about how Chinese medicine can help us understand how what is happening within us is also happening within us.

We hope to see you there.

 

Understanding the Root Issues of Cancer: Chinese Medicine and Western Herbs

at the Herbstalk herbal conference, Sommerville, MA

Saturday June 6, 12-2:30PM

taught by Brendan Kelly, M. Ac. L. Ac. herbalist, author

for more information and for registration, go to herbstalk.org

A crucial component in addressing the root causes of cancer is understanding where the condition is coming from. We’ll talk about how the overgrowth of unhealthy cellls that characterizes cancer fits well within a Chinese medicine perspective of the School of Heat (Wen Bing Xue). Brendan will use several cancer studies of patients he’s worked with and discuss the potential to address the condition from very early to advanced stages. We will talk about using western herbs as well as dietary and lifestyle suggestions to address different issues associated with cancer. Brendan will also talk about research from his book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. In particular, he’ll present research about the connection between cancer and climate change.

 

The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis

with Brendan Kelly, M. Ac. L. Ac.

At the Slow Living Summit, Brattleboro, VT

Friday June 5, 10-11:15 AM

For more information and for tickets, go to http://www.slowlivingsummit.org/

What is happening in the climate is a mirror of what is happening with us and within our culture. Using the insights of Chinese medicine, we’ll discuss the bigger and deeper causes of the our warming planet. We’ll also use an eastern perspective to see the patterns in the enormous amounts of climate data. Brendan will be presents the ideas and research from this new book The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis, which blends the external focus of environmentalism (e.g., western science, policy issues, regulations) with the internal focus of Chinese medicine (e.g., personal health, balancing Qi, diet). Climate change and its literal realities—melting ice caps, dying forests, floods like those recently in Vermont—can be understood as a symptom of deeper issues, both within us as individuals and within our country and culture.

 

Understanding and Treating Lyme Disease: Chinese Medicine and Western Herbs
with Brendan Kelly, M. Ac., L. Ac., herbalist
Wednesday, April 8th 6-9 pm
At the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, Montpelier, VT

To register, go to http://www.vtherbcenter.org/community-classes/workshops/

 A crucial understanding in treating Lyme disease is that things change. Using the Chinese medicine perspective of Sheng Hua, we’ll talk about how one set of symptoms leads to others, and how understanding the progression of the disease is essential to not only treating symptoms but also promoting health. Brendan will use several Lyme case studies of patients he’s worked with to talk about his experiences treating Lyme disease and the potential to treat the condition from very early through advanced stages. We’ll talk about using western herbs as well as dietary and lifestyle suggestions to treat the numerous symptoms associated with Lyme.

Brendan will also talk about research from his book that will published by North Atlantic Books in 2015—The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis. In particular, he’ll present how the progression of Lyme disease is a reflection of the progression of climate change and how Lyme is very much a condition of our times. Detailed handouts will be provided.

You can view of video of Brendan talking about the progression of Lyme disease at the Jade Mountain Wellness YouTube page:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Z5iAVcA3Mc

 

 

 

 

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