$189 per person (includes your own copy of an educational film, field guide, and workbook)
Traditional healing is a part of all of our ancestry, and it stems back literally thousands of years. For very good reasons we are witnessing a renaissance of such wisdom and ways in our time.
Join Master Herbalist Chad Cornell to explore the safe and effective uses of medicinal plants, wild foods, and fungi. Late winter is a great time to huddle up, sip some tea and learn the ways of this living tradition. You can attend in person or online to explore the following topics and more:
~ Foundations of Healing Using Natural Methods
~ The Wound We are Healing as a Culture
~ Emerging Scientific Research on The Importance of Plant Medicines & Mushrooms for Our Future
~ Healing is a Way of Being and Relationship
~ The Body as an Ecosystem and The Elemental Perspectives of Ayurveda
~ The Functional Language of The Herbalist
~ Wildharvesting and Preparations
~ The Role and Responsibility of The Herbalist in a Community
~ Our Local Queendom ~ Essential Local Plants & Fungi
~ Plants, Mushrooms & Consciousness in History and Today
Each class runs two hours and you will be assigned some home study including watching Chad's film Our Common Root's which is a 1 hour and 45 min documentary on plants and healing. You will also be given two field guides written by Chad on local plants, preparations and their uses. Additional films and books will be recommended.