Anne is a highly sought after teacher, bringing alive sometimes complex concepts and explaining them with simplicity and humour. A skilled and tireless gardener, she has created the perfect living classroom here at Artemis House.Walking down through the spiral herb garden you pass through a gateway and into an area dedicated to learning. With a large log cabin, an outdoor classroom for fine weather days and even a open air kitchen for tea breaks – students have the opportunity to learn about the medicinal properties of herbs while surrounded by them. For day long courses, delicious vegetarian lunches are cooked on her AGA and either eaten at a communal table in her kitchen, or outside in the garden.
For more information on any of the courses below, please click on the image.
Practical Seasonal Herbal Medicine 2022
Practical Seasonal Herbal Medicine 2021
Ayurvedic Apprenticeship; Year One Group 2 – 2021
Ayurvedic Apprenticeship; Year Two – 2021
Ayurvedic Apprenticeship; Year One Group 1 – 2021
Day Course – Making Herbal Preparations
Afternoon Herb Walk and Tea – 28th June 2021
Day Course – The Healing Power of Herbs from the Garden
Afternoon Herb Walk and Tea – 1st June 2021
Learn Ayurveda with Anne McIntyre Online
Anne has put her decades of experience from both treating patients and teaching students into unique online Ayurvedic courses on a dedicated website; Learn Living Ayurveda.
To find out more about the courses below, please click on the links to be taken to the dedicated website.
Living Wisdom: the Foundations of Ayurveda – The Foundations of Ayurveda Course has been created for those interested in exploring in greater depth the healing wisdom of Ayurveda and learning its practical tools – precious gifts for guiding us to living a healthy and balanced life. Our intent is to share the inspiration, philosophy, concepts, principles and practical applications of this extraordinary path of health. In Living Wisdom, the essential knowledge of Ayurveda is presented as a structured course for experiential study and also as a reference guide for living a healthy lifestyle, now and throughout the rest of life.
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Beginner’s Guide to Ayurveda – If you can’t tell your doshas from your gunas, and if prakruti and vikruti are a mystery, then this course is for you! Specifically written by Anne as an introductory guide to Ayurveda, this course is packed with information conveyed in a relaxed and easy-to-understand style for those wanting to dip their toes into this incredible body of ancient wisdom. The on-line course is divided into six lessons, each followed by multiple choice quizzes. As well as texts there is also an introduction to meditation, practical exercises to do at home and delicious recipes to integrate into your culinary repertoire!
A unique course for those with a comprehensive knowledge of Ayurveda who would like to discover the healing potential of the wonderful array of herbs that grow around us here in the West. The course will be divided into four parts according to the seasons and we will encourage students to forage for plants locally and really develop a relationship with local and native herbs.
Concern about the environment and awareness of the need to live as sustainably as we can, it is time to consider the wisdom and sustainability of using herbs grown out of sight thousands of miles away in India and other far corners of the earth. It is vital to ensure that our plant medicines are of the best quality, free from pollution, correctly identified and produced with minimal impact on the environment. Growing, harvesting and preparing our own herbal remedies is the best way of ensuring this.
The course includes over 60 detailed herbal monographs, explanations of the relationship between Western and Ayurvedic classifications of herbs and practical advice on how to prepare and use these herbs as medicines. It is invaluable to those interested in an Ayurvedic approach to life, maintenance of health and treatment of health problems – practitioners, students and lay people alike – who want to develop their knowledge and extend the range of the herbs they currently use.