workshop

Are you interested in hosting a workshop for your organization, school, yoga studio, travel company, or business?

Lets work together.

 

I provide custom tailored interactive, hands-on learning experiences in the topics of...

  • meditation
  • herbalism
  • Ayurveda
  • yoga
  • non-violent communication
  • mindful living
  • communal living

to see how i can best be of service, please contact me for a free consult.

Past workshops

  • Plant Medicine 101
  • Ayurvedic Cooking Class
  • Self Care Havdalah
  • Yoga for Sex Trafficking Charity
  • Kitchen Medicine - A Mindful Shabbat
  • Fall Ayurvedic Self Care
  • Meditation for College Students
  • Women's Circle for Indigenous Women
  • Pulse Diagnosis
After meeting Talia I immediately recruited her to lead a workshop on Ayurvedic medicine – a 101 course designed for novices, with a lighthearted group cooking element. She had a very professional curriculum laid out and her organizational and speaking skills captivated the audience. Our community members who would otherwise turn away from natural healing methods were caught blind-sided by Talia’s poise, breadth of knowledge and ability to connect one-on-one. I received multiple messages after the event, praising the space Talia had created and deep knowledge she shared. We had previously hosted events on a similar topic, but Talia’s presentation was by far the best – she is adept at bridging the cultural divide on natural medicine. She is a powerful communicator.

As a follow up to the workshop, and by popular demand, our organization recruited Talia to lead a dinner workshop on kitchen remedies – everyday plants that can alter the mood, mind and body. Once again, she dazzled – holding the space and encouraging a vigorous Q&A that carefully considered each question, background and perspective and provided wonderfully crafted and personalized responses. She is a remarkable listener – her diagnoses come from this attuned sense of dedication and patience. Talia also prepared a lovely dinner for our guests alongside a small team she deftly managed.
— Gil, Lawyer, San Francisco