"My first class was the Herbs for Pets class. My boy-Skeeter, a Manx Siamese mix had been diagnosed with asthma. My vet is an East/West vet so we had been trying Chinese Herbs but if they don’t take it then it just will not work. About a year into his diagnosis Traditions popped up on my screen. For the most part he did great on the recipe I came up with and the vet approved. Skeets lived until last October. From there I delved into Western Herbs for people health. I will eternally be grateful for Bob and Renee’s teachings and kindness. I love that they include a practicum/internship and that we are able to serve the community through the internship." - Ann Fuller, Clinical Western Herbalism Graduate 


"The Western Herbalism course is  fantastic for anyone wanting to learn more about herbs or to become a practicing herbalist. Renee Cozier weaves her stories, love and knowledge of herbs into a engaging, hands on experience that will leave you yearning for more. Her partner, Dr. Bob Linde is ever present lending another layer of incredible experience to make this school a true treasure in Florida." - Kim Cannon, current Western Herbalism student


"Over the last decade through my involvement with the American Herbalists Guild and other observations about the field, I’ve come to realize that Traditions School of Herbal Studies is not just one of the best in the region. It’s one of the best in the country. A big reason is the student clinic. Helping clients over time to achieve often dramatic changes in their health, I learned invaluable skills about not only working with herbs, but also with the sometimes challenging people who can be transformed by them. Student clinic is where the book and classroom knowledge hits the ground running in real life circumstances, and is an opportunity not available at many schools. This is where the teaching came alive and changed my life as a practitioner." - Jamey Kowalski, Clinical Chinese Herbalism graduate