We are proud to welcome Dr. Mary Light, Director of the Naturopathic School of the Healing Arts of Ann Arbor, MI. The NSHA will showcase the many benefits and extensive information relating to the practice and benefits of self-reliance and natural healing.
These concepts are a considerable addition to the Expo, as they cover one of the most inherent and arguably most important elements of survival, preparedness, and self-reliance. When considering a scenario without easy access to hospitals, doctors, or ambulances, learning and exploring the concepts presented and studied by this institution.
Concurrent with the trends of emergency preparedness, the NSHA will provide detailed information on herbal medicine, foraging, and field medicine, as well as home self care and other healing methods to promote self reliance.
The Naturopathic School of the Healing Arts is a State Licensed School since 2009, accredited by the American Naturopaths Association. They offer several specialized programs that includes a wide range of courses and areas of study within traditional naturopathic fields and practices.
The following is an excerpt from a NSHA press release announcing their presence at the Expo:
“More people are becoming aware that our technological health care system does not best serve all healing needs. Self-reliance will be needed in the times ahead!
The Naturopathic School of the Healing Arts brings an herbal apothecary staff and natural medicine practitioners to the Expo, to share samples, information on healing, herbal first aid, herbs for your pet’s health, information and schedules on classes offered in Michigan, and more.
Times are changing, and we are here to help empower people to reclaim their ancestral herbal knowledge.”
We welcome you to visit the Naturopathic School of the Healing Arts SHA at tables #700 and #702 at this April’s GLEPE show! Please visit their website at www.NaturopathicSchoolofAnnArbor.net for curriculum, schedule, financial, faculty, and program information.