Healing Garden News
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News in Brief
Four therapists have just been certified in the first level of treatment of lymph drainage and are signing up for the next level of training.
Professional landscapers have completed the stone wall and are completing the back terrace and have laid out some of the key paths and planting beds. The funding for this Sensory garden has been provided by Daymarc Foundation, Fieldstone Foundation, Harvard Lions Club, and many individual donors.
Thanks to a Concord Carlisle Community Chest grant, the Healing Garden is sharing our expertise in Integrative Medicine to help Professionals increase their skills and understanding of a holistic approach to wellness and healing in therapeutic horticitultural setting.
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Many of you who have visited The Healing Garden recently have seen the visionary plan for the Sensory Garden (planned for the area behind The Healing Garden center). This landscape has been carefully designed, and incorporates principles tested around the world and proven to be effective for the healing process.
As we are nearing completion of the Phase I paths and “hardscape”, our volunteer corps of Healing Gardeners, who have installed and maintained the rest of our landscape, wil begin planning for the plantings and developement of phase II.
We are indebted to the generous financial support from The Daymarc Foundation, without whom we could not have added this remarkable outdoor educational and healing 'classroom' to our offerings. The Daymarc Foundation generousity has been matched thanks to the Fieldstone Foundation, Groton Garden Club, Harvard Lions, and many smaller donations.
To see a blueprint of the Sensory Garden plan, please click here.