Free herbal education workshops
will be hosted throughout the day.
Please, enjoy as many as you would like!
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“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.”
~ Phil Collins
In teaching we obtain a lens through which we can observe ourselves.
We have THREE locations for workshops onsite
The Chapel - beautiful building on South West Corner, entrance is up a cement path with roses
The Community Hall - main building, up the three steps
The Herb Garden - Outdoors! Garden is near the parking lot, on the north side of the property
Saturday, June 24th
Reading the Body
The lines on our faces and our bodies, their unique depth and color, the texture and appearance of the tongue, the eyes, the skin, all of these hold significance. Some are age related, and others are more Come and learn what your body has to say!
This intro is for anyone, but in Oct, on the 28th & 29th, we will be having a TWO day workshop by Margi Flint of EarthSong Herbals. The cost will be $250 a head, class will be Saturday & Sunday 10-4.
Please email Jessica for more info.
Herbs for Death and Dying
Join Herbalist Elaine Sheff and begin to develop a tool box to help loved ones transition through death with loving support and peace.
Sunday, June 25th
The Story & How To!
Learn the story of how Fire Cider came to be in the kitchen of Rosemary Gladstar. How it was the topic of a federal court case, and we won and can call it Fire Cider once again.
Quick demonstration on how to make this amazingly easy home remedy!
Rose: How to be
12:15 - 1:45
Join Natasha with her unique storytelling of Rose medicine, a foundational herb for heart healing. We will explore the wildcrafting, medicine making and uses of all things rose and how our interactions and relationship with plant medicine becomes integral in the healing path
The Medicinal Herb Garden
Outside, herb garden
A medicinal herb garden is a meditation practice with herbs, bees, birds, sun, water, and soil combining to create a sanctuary for both plants and people. Spending time in a medicinal herb garden is so healing. The scent of flowers wafting in the air, bees happily buzzing from plant to plant, the feel of the soil under the feet and on the hands helps us to commune with nature and breathe deeply, letting go of stress and anxiety. Join Suzanne Tabert in the herb garden as she weaves stories about the plants that reside there.
Alive & Wild Herbals
Helpful Herbs for COVID
This class will focus on herbs thatare useful as preventatives for, during and for rebuilding after COVID infections.
Join Herbalist Elaine Sheff to learn some simple ways to use a single herb to make a multi layered medicine to enhance different emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of the plant and expand its healing range.