Charoula

Charoula Dontopoulos, Certified Herbalist, BCCP, BCHHP & HHA

Charoula studied Polarity Therapy and related energetic practices such as Elemental Reflexology, at the Columbus Polarity Institute.  She is a Board Certified Polarity Practitioner through the American Polarity Therapy Association.  She also has Diplomas in Elemental Reflexology, as a Holistic Health Practitioner, and as a Holistic Health Advisor and Corporate Wellness Coach through the State of Ohio Board of Career Colleges and Schools.           

She has been practicing Polarity Therapy and Elemental Reflexology since 1995 at Columbus Polarity.  Chakra Balancing – a passion of hers – combines Meditation with Botanicals.

Charoula has also been studying and using Herbs & Botanical Healing for at least 25 years.  She is a member of the American Botanical Council and the American Herbalist Guild.

She has been faculty for 25 years under the Ohio Institute of Energetic Studies, the Institute of Holistic Health Careers, and the Great Lakes College of Integrative Medicine where she taught classes in Polarity as well as Herbalism.

Charoula is also a dedicated Organic Farmer and grows a lot of her own organic herbs at her and her partner’s Organic Farm, Wiseheart, in South-Central Ohio.  This is where she makes most of her own herbal remedies, Wiseheart Herbals, for the specific use of her clients and students.

She specializes in herbs and energetic foods with a focus on supporting wellness, through helping clients detox including choosing the right Botanicals to improve their health.

She also teaches workshops on Wellness, Self-help, and Herbal Therapies, both at our Center and at Wiseheart Farm.

Primarily, however, she loves Herbs!  She loves growing them, communing and interacting with them, then picking them to make teas, tinctures, salves, and various oils.

Herbology is an ancient science and Botanicals have served humanity well over the millennia—and it is a joy to pass this knowledge on to everyone she knows, continuing a tradition that is still vitally alive in every corner of our Earth.

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Charoula

Charoula Dontopoulos, Certified Herbalist, BCCP, BCHHP & HHA

Charoula studied Polarity Therapy and related energetic practices such as Elemental Reflexology, at the Columbus Polarity Institute.  She is a Board Certified Polarity Practitioner through the American Polarity Therapy Association.  She also has Diplomas in Elemental Reflexology, as a Holistic Health Practitioner, and as a Holistic Health Advisor and Corporate Wellness Coach through the State of Ohio Board of Career Colleges and Schools.           

She has been practicing Polarity Therapy and Elemental Reflexology since 1995 at Columbus Polarity.  Chakra Balancing – a passion of hers – combines Meditation with Botanicals.

Charoula has also been studying and using Herbs & Botanical Healing for at least 25 years.  She is a member of the American Botanical Council and the American Herbalist Guild.

She has been faculty for 25 years under the Ohio Institute of Energetic Studies, the Institute of Holistic Health Careers, and the Great Lakes College of Integrative Medicine where she taught classes in Polarity as well as Herbalism.

Charoula is also a dedicated Organic Farmer and grows a lot of her own organic herbs at her and her partner’s Organic Farm, Wiseheart, in South-Central Ohio.  This is where she makes most of her own herbal remedies, Wiseheart Herbals, for the specific use of her clients and students.

She specializes in herbs and energetic foods with a focus on supporting wellness, through helping clients detox including choosing the right Botanicals to improve their health.

She also teaches workshops on Wellness, Self-help, and Herbal Therapies, both at our Center and at Wiseheart Farm.

Primarily, however, she loves Herbs!  She loves growing them, communing and interacting with them, then picking them to make teas, tinctures, salves, and various oils.

Herbology is an ancient science and Botanicals have served humanity well over the millennia—and it is a joy to pass this knowledge on to everyone she knows, continuing a tradition that is still vitally alive in every corner of our Earth.

Charoula Dontopoulos's Links:

"Ask Charoula"