In a moment of great transformation, we can turn to the botanical world for inspiration, healing, grounding and resilience. Join us for an immersion into the world of healing with medicinal plants. This class will focus on building our relationship with our herbal allies and learning practical medicine making skills. Each class will cover in-depth one or more herbal medicines and we will learn how they work both physically and energetically. We will learn recipes and other ways to incorporate the plants into our lives. Topics may include immunity, emotional wellbeing and stress, sleep support, digestive support, and tuning into the rhythms of the seasons.
This class will focus on building our relationship with our herbal allies. Each class will focus in-depth on one or more herbal medicines and we will learn how they work both physically and energetically . We’ll learn recipes & other ways to incorporate the plants into our lives.
Dear beloved plant friends,
For your unconditional love
For always sharing with me
For always offering your support
For continuing to help us humans
Even when we’ve forgotten how to respect you.
More than ever before people need well-trained herbalists to serve and support their communities! If you feel the call to the plants, we invite you to check out our nine-month training program that starts next week.
In these turbulent times, when I’ve lost faith in humankind, I turn to the plants. The plants love us unconditionally and have been helping humans since the beginning of time. They provide us food, shelter, clothing, medicine, spiritual guidance and beauty. They give us life every moment we breathe and take in their oxygen. Thankfully, the plants have not given up on humanity yet. They continue to support us on many levels. This post is dedicated to our Herbal Allies and sharing how we can build stronger relationships with them. What is an… Read More
Cecemmana, our nine month herbal training program meets during the first weekend of each month. This past weekend started with an herb walk led by Kara Sigler at Briones. Our students learned how to identify local plants and wildflowers. There was also plenty of time to sit and meditate with the plants. Sticky money flower is a local wildflower. As a flower essence it can be used to clear fear we hold in our second chakra, specifially fear around intimacy and sexuality.