Herb 101: BEGINNER HERBALISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Intensive Level 1 Certification 3-Day Weekend Course
FRIDAY, April 21 4-8pm, SATURDAY April 22 9:30-4:30, SUNDAY, April 23 9:30-4:30.
Tuition: $350 (8 credits)
Instructor: Gigi Stafne ND, MH
When: April 21, 22, 23
Where: WEI Amador Hill Farm and Orchard
(Repeats in September 8, 9, 10)
HERB 101 Course Learning Objectives:
The Importance of Herbalism, integrating ancient and contemporary wisdom. Art and Science of Herbalism, seeking balance within botanical medicine; Contemporary Consumer Trends, examining top 20 herbs used in North America Environmental Health Issues, moving from theory into real life holistic practices. Case Studies with Herbs for the Life Cycle, pregnancy to elder wisdom years Plants in the Wild, identify 20+ plants from field to forest for medicinal, wild edible, ecological and other cultural uses Herbal Applications create and hand craft herb products to bring home to use–teas, tinctures, therapeutic salts, infused oils & Rescue Remedy flower essence.
For this 3-day intensive class, students are expected to eat their own food, pack lunches, and if you are staying overnight at WEI, bring food for supper. For fully registered students, overnight WEI rooms are available for rent — these rooms are fully furnished beds, sheets, pillows, blankets, bath towels, wash clothe, and washer/dryer. All students registered for this class are free to use the kitchen for meal preparation. WEI will provide a wake-up continental breakfast, with coffee and tea, on Saturday and Sunday.
Registered students can rent overnight rooms at WEI’s Eco-Retreat Center at greatly reduced rates. Inquire at 651-583-0705.
(This class repeats in September)