Juniper Berry for Warmth Case Presentation

  • 25 Feb 2024
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Case presentation of a treatment using 
juniper berries for warmth
  
February 25, 2024
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM  EST
Members: free

Non-members: $10 

followed by the 
NAANA Annual General Meeting

3 PM  EST - 4 PM EST

Zoom link will be included in event registration confirmation, and will be sent again the day before the event


NAANA warmly welcomes you to a special presentation of the Juniper Berry treatment presented by our nurse colleagues in Sweden where this remarkable external application was developed at the VIDAR KLINIK.

The 2024 Annual General Meeting of the NAANA will follow that presentation.The board looks forward to your participation in nourishing our work in AN in NA through your presence and goodwill.


This is a case presentation of a treatment with warmth from juniper berries. You will hear how a patient with rheumatoid arthritis experienced the healing process when having treatment with juniper as the main therapy. The presentation will also describe how the treatment is being made from a nursing perspective. 


Maria Wängemar is a nurse and art therapist with a special interest in integrative care and anthroposophic nursing. Maria has worked at the former Swedish anthroposophical clinic Vidarkliniken and now works in a ward for rehabilitation for patients with long-term pain. Maria is studying to become a specialist in anthroposophic nursing and is mentored by Anne Ingeborg Haugholt. occasionally is guest lecturer at the university of Karolinska Institute in this area. Maria is on the board of the Swedish anthroposophical nursing association, SAL. 

Anne Ingeborg Haugholt has been a nurse for about 40 years. She trained as a specialist in anthroposophic nursing at the Ita Wegman Clinic in Switzerland. There she also trained as a rhythmic masseuse and bath therapist. She worked in Vidarkliniken for many years, both with the inpatient and outpatient care, also responsible for educating new nurses. She trains in Rhythmical Einreibung and regularly holds courses in anthroposophic nursing. Anne Ingeborg is president of the Swedish anthroposophical nursing association, SAL, and is passionate about bringing anthroposophical care into the established health care system.

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