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Tue June 26, 2018

Women, Wellness & Cannabis

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Women are one of the fastest-growing demographics for cannabis consumption, as education grows and the stigma surrounding the plant subsides. Women choose to use cannabis for many reasons, whether it be to help with insomnia, chronic pain or anxiety, or simply to beat back the everyday stress that can wear us down. Cannabis can also increase sexual desire and satisfaction, elevate mood and enhance creativity. What’s come to light in recent years is that cannabis is a tool for overall health and wellness.

We’ll talk about cannabis basics, how cannabis can be used for a variety of conditions, and how it can have specific effects, like increasing focus. We’ll also discuss how cannabis works within the body to heal and relax, allowing you to be present.

This interactive round table will be led by two moms, who also happen to be thought leaders in the cannabis space: HelloMD’s Co-founder Pamela Hadfield and Erin Gore, the Founder of Garden Society. They’re women who are passionate about educating other women on the use of cannabis.

Some of the questions we’ll cover in this workshop:

How does cannabis work within our bodies?
What conditions can cannabis treat most effectively?
Can cannabis replace alcohol?
What cannabis products work best for certain conditions?
Do I need to be “high” to use cannabis effectively?
How do you determine what dosage and products work best for you?
What’s microdosing and how do you do it?

This is a non-consumption event.

PLEASE NOTE:

Space is limited in this workshop. Please RSVP and purchase a ticket for $5 to reserve your spot. The class is FREE for The Dailey Method Mission-Castro Core Members & FREE for anyone who signs up for the 9:45 am or 11 am class prior to the workshop. You’ll be reimbursed your charge at the workshop if either of the above apply.

Sign up for a Dailey Method class here.

COMPLEMENTARY CHILDCARE is being offered during this workshop. Sign up here.


Crudités and refreshments will be served. Please bring a prepared lunch if you wish to eat during the workshop.

 

Presenter Erin Gore:
Erin Gore is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Garden Society, a cannabis confection company started in early 2016. Originally from Wisconsin, Erin made Sonoma County her home in 2011. After a successful decade-long corporate career she transitioned into running Gore Family Vineyards, a boutique winery nestled in Healdsburg, Sonoma County.
Her most-recent enterprise, Garden Society, developed out of her own need to explore non-traditional ways of managing the pain and stress of multiple hip surgeries. She quickly realized the holistic benefits of cannabis as a means of providing a better quality of life without prescription drugs, and in doing so found an opportunity to fill a void in the market with low dose edibles that highlight the renowned food culture of Sonoma County. In 2016, after much of her own research and experimentation, Erin joined with prominent Chef, Kolin Vazzoler, with the goal of creating artisanal confections made with low doses of cannabis that would enrich and help balance women’s lives.
Erin was awarded a Top Business of the Year honor in 2016 and was also given the Most Disruptive Innovation Award in 2014. Currently, she serves on the Board of the Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County as well as the Healdsburg District Hospital Board of Directors. She is also a member of the Sonoma County Growers Alliance and belongs to the Circular Board, The Collaborative Accelerator for Women Entrepreneurs.

Presenter: Pamela Hadfield
Pamela Hadfield is a tech entrepreneur and Co-founder of HelloMD, the largest online community of health and wellness cannabis consumers. After treating her debilitating migraines with cannabis successfully, Pamela launched HelloMD to help other people find a sense of health and wellness through cannabis. Her passion is to educate others about the potential cannabis holds as a tool for overall health and wellness. As a leading female executive and spokesperson for one the fastest growing industries in the world, Pamela has been featured in publications including Forbes, The New York Times, Elle, Rolling Stone, ADR, Cannabis Now, Harper’s Bazaar, LA Weekly, Marie Claire, TechCrunch, CBS Sunday News and more.
 
About The Dailey Method:
At the cutting edge of fitness research, The Dailey Method combines ballet barre work, core conditioning, and muscle strengthening through yoga, pilates, and orthopedic exercise. Unlike other group classes, The Dailey Method ignites awareness through hands-on training and education. Their intrinsic focus on alignment and strength results in better posture, better movement, and a better you.
Women are one of the fastest-growing demographics for cannabis consumption, as education grows and the stigma surrounding the plant subsides. Women choose to use cannabis for many reasons, whether it be to help with insomnia, chronic pain or anxiety, or simply to beat back the everyday stress that can wear us down. Cannabis can also increase sexual desire and satisfaction, elevate mood and enhance creativity. What’s come to light in recent years is that cannabis is a tool for overall health and wellness.

We’ll talk about cannabis basics, how cannabis can be used for a variety of conditions, and how it can have specific effects, like increasing focus. We’ll also discuss how cannabis works within the body to heal and relax, allowing you to be present.

This interactive round table will be led by two moms, who also happen to be thought leaders in the cannabis space: HelloMD’s Co-founder Pamela Hadfield and Erin Gore, the Founder of Garden Society. They’re women who are passionate about educating other women on the use of cannabis.

Some of the questions we’ll cover in this workshop:

How does cannabis work within our bodies?
What conditions can cannabis treat most effectively?
Can cannabis replace alcohol?
What cannabis products work best for certain conditions?
Do I need to be “high” to use cannabis effectively?
How do you determine what dosage and products work best for you?
What’s microdosing and how do you do it?

This is a non-consumption event.

PLEASE NOTE:

Space is limited in this workshop. Please RSVP and purchase a ticket for $5 to reserve your spot. The class is FREE for The Dailey Method Mission-Castro Core Members & FREE for anyone who signs up for the 9:45 am or 11 am class prior to the workshop. You’ll be reimbursed your charge at the workshop if either of the above apply.

Sign up for a Dailey Method class here.

COMPLEMENTARY CHILDCARE is being offered during this workshop. Sign up here.


Crudités and refreshments will be served. Please bring a prepared lunch if you wish to eat during the workshop.

 

Presenter Erin Gore:
Erin Gore is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Garden Society, a cannabis confection company started in early 2016. Originally from Wisconsin, Erin made Sonoma County her home in 2011. After a successful decade-long corporate career she transitioned into running Gore Family Vineyards, a boutique winery nestled in Healdsburg, Sonoma County.
Her most-recent enterprise, Garden Society, developed out of her own need to explore non-traditional ways of managing the pain and stress of multiple hip surgeries. She quickly realized the holistic benefits of cannabis as a means of providing a better quality of life without prescription drugs, and in doing so found an opportunity to fill a void in the market with low dose edibles that highlight the renowned food culture of Sonoma County. In 2016, after much of her own research and experimentation, Erin joined with prominent Chef, Kolin Vazzoler, with the goal of creating artisanal confections made with low doses of cannabis that would enrich and help balance women’s lives.
Erin was awarded a Top Business of the Year honor in 2016 and was also given the Most Disruptive Innovation Award in 2014. Currently, she serves on the Board of the Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County as well as the Healdsburg District Hospital Board of Directors. She is also a member of the Sonoma County Growers Alliance and belongs to the Circular Board, The Collaborative Accelerator for Women Entrepreneurs.

Presenter: Pamela Hadfield
Pamela Hadfield is a tech entrepreneur and Co-founder of HelloMD, the largest online community of health and wellness cannabis consumers. After treating her debilitating migraines with cannabis successfully, Pamela launched HelloMD to help other people find a sense of health and wellness through cannabis. Her passion is to educate others about the potential cannabis holds as a tool for overall health and wellness. As a leading female executive and spokesperson for one the fastest growing industries in the world, Pamela has been featured in publications including Forbes, The New York Times, Elle, Rolling Stone, ADR, Cannabis Now, Harper’s Bazaar, LA Weekly, Marie Claire, TechCrunch, CBS Sunday News and more.
 
About The Dailey Method:
At the cutting edge of fitness research, The Dailey Method combines ballet barre work, core conditioning, and muscle strengthening through yoga, pilates, and orthopedic exercise. Unlike other group classes, The Dailey Method ignites awareness through hands-on training and education. Their intrinsic focus on alignment and strength results in better posture, better movement, and a better you.
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