Medicine Making Circle Series

Thursdays 6-8 pm and/or Fridays 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

In Person or Online


Join us once per month for an herbal circle in which we will spotlight an herb using a sensory experience. Taste herbal extractions, prepare recipes, and explore the seasonal elements of herbs!

Please bring 2 pint size jars to each class to bring home your formulas.

January 27 - Cinnamon

February 17 - Ginger

March 25 - Violet

April 21 - Dandelion

May 26 - Rosemary

June 24 - Plantain

July 21 - Rose

August 25 - Mint

September 23 - Passion Flower

October 27 - Hawthorn

November 17 - Goldenrod

​December 16Sage

​​Ayurvedic Tradition Series 

Thursdays, 6 -8 pm ~ $30 In-person or $25 Virtual

Join us for this series where we will explore the beautiful tools and traditions of the world's oldest medicine: Ayurveda.

If you are attending in person, please bring 2 - 4 oz jars with you to class. If you are attending virtually, you will not receive the supplies that are received in class.

January 6 - Ayurvedic Daily and Seasonal Tools & Rituals      Virtual option                

February 3 -   The Reproductive System                                     Virtual Option

March 3 - The Integumentary System                                         Virtual Option

April 7 - The Nervous System and Brain Health                         Virtual Option

May 5 - The Endocrine System                                                      Virtual Option

June 2 - The Digestive System                                                      Virtual Option

July 7 - The Immune and Lymphatic Systems                            Virtual Option

September 1 - Intro to Ayurveda     - FREE!                                               Virtual Option

Send Name, Email, and phone # to to register!

October 13 - Ayurvedic Daily and Seasonal Tools & Rituals      Virtual Option

November 3 - Ayurvedic Nutrition and Cooking                          Virtual Option

December 1 - The Subtle Body: An Ayurvedic Perspective on Energy, Chakras, and Prana

                                                                                                             Virtual Option     



Physical Assessment for the Herbalist

Saturday and Sunday, March 19 and 20

10 am - 5 pm

$350 Community/$300 Current Traditions Students, AHG, FSOMA Members

Join us for a weekend intensive where you will learn to better recognize dysfunction and imbalance throughout the physical body. In this hands-on class, you will delve into the anatomy, observation, special testing, acupressure points, and the appropriate use of Chinese and Western Herbs for each body part.

Physical Assessment Pricing

Anatomy for the Herbalist Lecture Series 

Thursdays, 6 - 8 pm

In-person or Online


Join us for a crash course in Anatomy and Physiology, broken down system by system, in addition to common disorders. If you've never taken Anatomy before, need to brush up for your Foundations Class, or are just in need of a refresher, these classes are for you! This course is taught and designed by an experienced Anatomy/Health Sciences Teacher and an Herbalist.

January 20 - Reproductive System

February 24 - Medical Terminology

March 24 - Blood/Heart

April 14 - Nervous System

May 12 - Endocrine System

June 9 - Digestive System

July 14 - Immune and Lymphatic Systems

August 4 - Urinary System

September 15 - Cardiovascular System

October 6 - Muscular System

November 10 - Skeletal System

December 8 - Respiratory System



Spiritual Cooking 

Cooking with Foraged Foods

Purchase the recording and handouts! 


Using your bioregional plants to create delicious, nutritious medicinal meals. 


Introduction to Flower Essence 

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Learn basics of preparation, application, and formulation of flowers essence. 

Crystal Basics 

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Learn the basic properties and uses of common crystals and why they are important for healing and medicine. 

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Classes will be held online and in-person. Masks are encouraged for in-person attendance.