Movement in Thyme CIC
~ Herbalists Without Borders Central Scotland ~
Movement and Herbs for the wellbeing of all
Our focus is on developing community, mental and physical wellbeing and reducing social isolation through the power of nature, herbal medicine and movement.
As a non-profit social enterprise all of the money raised from our work goes back to the community to develop our community workshops, yoga classes, HerbCare stations and solidarity work.
We work with various marginalized groups across Central Scotland, so please get in contact to find out how we can work with your project.
You can support our work by attending our events, booking us for your hen/birthday/corporate party, volunteering, or donating to our work, by doing this you are enabling us to provide wellbeing for all.
We would love to meet you or to work with you and your group, this is what we offer...
Herbal & Wild
We work with community groups to offer herb, food and foraging workshops to their client base.
Our workshops are also suitable for corporate groups, hen parties, and private events.
All profits from any public-run and private events go back into the social enterprise so we can continue to run our community classes.
Solidarity Herbal Medicine Making
We run regular Solidarity Medicine making sessions to learn and practice medicine making skills, and to build community whilst we make products for our HerbCare Stations, and support various causes such as Herbalists Without Borders Calais, and Ukraine Herbal Solidarity.
We run Yoga classes for Refugee and asylum seekers. Our trauma-sensitive classes invite mothers to attend a yoga class while their toddlers/children attend a class specifically designed for them. After the class mums and children come together to do a hands-on herbcraft activity, drink herbal teas, chat and connect.
Please click below to find out more and refer someone to the project.
Yoga & Herb classes for asylum seekers
This winter we will be running pop-up HerbCare Stations to support people who are struggling with rising living costs, are unhomed or displaced. Our HerbCare Stations will provide wellbeing herbal care kits which have been made in our medicine making workshops or donated by our corporate supporters.
We aim to develop a herbal infrastructure to support our medicine making, workshops, and the communities we serve. You can contribute by growing for us in pots, in your garden, school, community centre or doctors surgery. Creating a growing space will benefit you, your community and can help us help other communities. We also run 'Garden to Medicine' workshops in Spring.