apitherapists in NM beepurpleflowerslice

Are you in need of an Apitherapist? Many of our members provide this service.

Bosque Farms

Ken Hays, Hays Honey & Apple Farm, 505-869-2369

Santa Fe

Amelia Moody, 505-690-1672, ameliadanielle@gmail.com

1 Comment

  1. Tim Faust on August 26, 2014 at 4:42 AM

    How would one become an apitherapist? I am interested in an educational course leading to certification.

    • Ernie Futtrup on May 21, 2016 at 12:48 AM

      My husband and I are moving to Taos, Agricultural area with lots of fruit trees etc. WE have 5 acres of land, 3 acres of which are empty, we would like to know of bee keepers who want places to place there hives….we have water and acequia rights. There are over 30 fruit trees, and the area surrounding our acreage is filled with bee loving flowers, etc.

      Please private message me if you know of people I might contact who would be interested in our land for bee use, no fee required, just honey in exchange for bee hiving!.

      Thank you, Liisa

  2. Bella Donna on February 8, 2016 at 11:29 PM

    I am an apitherapist in central Arizona and a member of the NMBA. I have been doing apitherapy for over a decade. Apitherapy is the use of honey bee products for health and healing, which includes Bee Sting Therapy but is not inclusive to that. There is a woman in Santa Fe who teaches a very intensive program. You can Google Voyce Durling-Jones, Santa Fe, Apitherapy. There is also a woman in NC who teaches, not so intensive, and she can be contacted at: . You might also want to check out http://www.apitherapy.org


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