“I went into the woods because I wished to live deliberately. I wanted to live deep and suck all the marrow out of life and not discover, when I came to die, that I had not lived.”
~ Henry David Thoreau
I used to make in-person workshops available, but now I am in the process of converting everything to self-study programs because I am bizzy bizzy! What that means to you is the workshop prices are reduced dramatically! *yay* I love that connection time with my students, but I am focused on other programs at this time. Oh, have you seen my other website? Life Rhythm CST Check it out, sign up for my newsletter and you will receive a free self-care e-course! <–shameless promotion LOL
Finding your Place
While studying herbal medicine, I found myself flitting all over the place, not really connected to my bioregion or even my own yard. I felt a bit frustrated, ungrounded and unfocused. This all changed when I found my sense of place.
Plant Siblings: Getting to know your herbal allies
Our plant siblings are so very precious. This workshop is an introduction to herbalism. We will research and discuss 10 herbs that most of us have in our yards or in our kitchens, the basics of medicine making, and we will cover our own individual constitutions and issues and how the herbs we studied can be our greatest allies.
Tree Nations: Finding your tree ally
Our tree nations not only protect us and give us shelter, but they also provide great medicine; they are both physically and emotionally healing. What incredible allies! In this introductory course, we will research 4 primary trees in your area, and from one of these, you will choose a tree ally. We will cover spending time with your tree, discovering your tree’s medicine, tree lore, and more.
Animal Medicine: Connecting with the animals around you
This course is an introduction to studying the animals in your area. What animals do you notice most often? Where do you find them? What are their habits? Where do they make their homes? When we become aware of our four legged, winged, and swimming brothers and sisters, we realize that they have great lessons and wisdom to share with us. Let’s get to know them together.
Honoring the Earth: Simple ceremonies and practices to nurture Mother Earth.
This course is an introduction to connecting with Mother Earth. In this course, we will explore our yards, how we care for our spaces, honoring the changing of the seasons, and simple ceremonies and mindful practices focused on nourishing the land.
“The mother of us all, the oldest of us all, Hard, splendid as rock, Let the beauty you love, be what you do. There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the earth”~ Rumi ~
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