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Ambrosia & the NOHM Presents: Oral Skills for Ingesting Extracts

  • Ambrosia Elixirs 109 Troutman Street Brooklyn, NY, 11206 United States (map)

Join us for this very special and unique offering, not to be missed!
***Ambrosia - The NOHM Presents: Oral Skills for Ingesting Extracts w/ Jill TrAshley**
**PART OF OUR NOHM PROJECT-ENVISION VILLAGE WITCHES WORKSHOPS SERIES at AMBROSIA ELIXIRS**

Featuring Envision Festival Co-Producer, Village Witches/Punta Mona Founder Sarah Wu & Conscious Consumption Advocate, Village Witches Co-Producer and Nohm Project Founder Jillian TrAshley

From the Facilitator, NOHM Project Founder Jill TrAshley:
"In my skillshare I focus on menstrums as “vehicles.” My goal is to reprogram our conventional perception of medicine consumption, via a pill, with a familiar understanding of the variety of extracts we can easily make at home on a daily basis. I believe that oral skills and reverence for herbal medicine can provide empowerment toward our daily routine. In this session I will explore the differences and processes around basic and traditional extractions; focusing on water, honey, vinegar, oil and alcohol. I will have medicine in process and finished products for folks to see, smell and sample. There will also be a focus on bio-regionally appropriate medicine making, encouraging participants to learn more about where they live and what is available in their yard and in their natural surroundings. 

This is an interactive skillshare where we will develop oral skills such as swooshing, blowing, smacking, nectar pressing and a combination of all for a sensorotic experience. 

Last 15 minutes of class will be open for questions and transactions. where NOHM extractions will be for sold. 

About Jill TrAshley:
For the last decade, Jill TrAshley has been spearheading efforts toward more efficient and responsible waste streams in the festival industry within the United States and internationally. Engaging in creative pursuits and empowering initiatives like #ElixirsasMixers through the NOHM, the #EndSingleUse campaign pioneered by Lucidity Festival, and the Envision Festival #CompostCrashCourse via Facebook, TrAshley focuses on collaboration and cooperative action, employing this righteous alliance in a myriad of endeavors.

Currently TrAshley is working full time on her business, The NOHM Project, which was birthed in 2015 in efforts to bring more conversation and consumption into awareness while in an event setting. The NOHM Project is a Benefit Corporation that is based out of Asheville, NC.

$20 General Admission