Margrit Mikulis completed her naturopathic doctoral training at National College of Natural Medicine, Portland, Oregon. Celebrating a decade of clinical practice in New Hampshire,Dr. Mikulis employs numerous holistic therapies including botanical medicine, homeopathy, Ayurvedic and Anthroposophical medicine. She is a member of the Clinical Faculty at Kripalu Institute and is currently finishing her certification in Anthroposophical medical training. Margrit has travelled around the world extensively, studying ancient medical practices. She is committed to and supports "health freedom" and encourages her patients to understand that health is a life long journey.
Cost $45 before September 15th $60 after September 15th
There will be a short break for lunch
food and drink will not be provided bring a sack lunch
Robert grew up in England, and studied economics at University in England and the United States, culminating in a Ph.D. He started teaching in 1974, and at 28 began to question the validity of conventional education. The search for something deeper led to Anthroposophy.
He moved to Emerson College in England and trained to be a Waldorf teacher, and is currently completing his 35th year as a Waldorf teacher. The last eleven have been at High Mowing, a high school in New Hampshire where he currently teaches history, mathematics, economics, humanities and German. Robert has been happily married for over forty years - five grown children (all educated in Waldorf schools).