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Over the years I have delivered many talks, workshops and events relating to herbal medicine. The following people and organisations have been kind enough to leave some feedback and testimonials with me, following hearing one of my talks, or having booked me for a workshop.

An attendee at a team building workshop for PepsiCo:

“I had the wonderful opportunity of taking part in one of Hannah’s workshops. I found her very knowledgable and has a great sense of fun. I left the workshop with the know how of making lip balm. Pure bliss.”

An attendee at my workshops at the Dandelion Days

“Thanks ever so much.  I thoroughly enjoyed the both the chickweed ointment and the fire cider vinegar workshops that you led – I’ll most certainly enjoy using them, and I’m inspired to make them again in the future :)!”

Fiskerton Gardening Club

“Thank you very much for the handout and for an interesting and stimulating presentation. I have had lots of positive comments from the members and I am sure we will see you again soon.”

Secretary, Stubton & District WI

“This is to say thank you for your very informative and interesting talk and I bet a lot of our members will look at herbs differently after that.  I said I would give you feedback and the feedback is – everyone that I have spoken to so far said they enjoyed it and felt relaxed with you.”

Lincoln Tinnitus Support Group

“Thank you so much for coming to see us.  All of us enjoyed what you had to say and I am sure that some members may contact you separately.   I had always associated ‘herbal medicine’ with ‘Chinese’ and had completely overlooked that there could be a ‘Western’ approach.  Fantastic!  And the fact that you grow some of the herbs in your preparations is wonderful.  What better provenance can there be?”

Chair, Inner Wheel of Bailgate Club

“It was a very successful evening. Your talk was very welcomed and appreciated by all. I think you too have inspired many to take time to see whats growing in there garden and what can seriously be used in the way of a herbal medicine.”

Speakers’ Secretary, Nettleham Gardeners’ Association

“What a great evening you gave us yesterday and we all send our best thanks to you for a very informative talk.  It’s always very obvious when a speaker does a good job, as there is no coughing, fidgeting or looking at watches.  Our members were taking in all the information you gave and went home very happy. It was excellent in every way.”

Theresa Workman, Collections Access Officer, Museum of Lincolnshire Life

“I’m glad that you enjoyed the day on Saturday.  Your presence really made an impression on people and I’ve already had feedback on how much visitors enjoyed talking to you.   I would love to work together again, and as soon as we have something that fits in with you, I’ll be in touch!” (Photo courtesy of the Museum of Lincolnshire Life)

Tony Connell, Manager, Health Support Service Lincolnshire

“I first met Hannah when she undertook an informative and helpful presentation to the local Tinnitus Support Group of which I am a member. I thought her skills and qualities could also be used as part of my own  organisations staff health and well being day. Hannah agreed to undertake a number of workshops for over 30 staff who, without exception, feed back that they found her session interesting, helpful and maybe most importantly fun! More recently we have used Hannah to deliver a herbal treatment workshop for a group of service users whose lifes have frequently been characterised by unhealthy behaviours and a lack of concern for their own health and wellbeing. Engaging with this group in relation to …

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Hannah Sylvester, Medical Herbalist, Lincoln

Hannah Sylvester, Medical Herbalist, BSc (Hons) MNIMH. Medical Herbalist and Lecturer

Hannah graduated from the University of Lincoln with a first class BSc (Hons) degree in Herbal Medicine. She is a registered Member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (founded in 1864, the oldest professional organisation in the U.K. representing medical herbalists). Hannah lectures on the Clinical Diagnostic Skills module for the BSc Herbal Medicine degree course at Lincoln and is also a NIMH New Members’ Scheme Mentor. She is also a fully qualified first aider, workshop leader and regularly features on local radio and in the press.

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