2019 Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion Is Full!

Applications for 202o program will begin October 2019.

2020 IPMI runs March - September, one weekend per month. Tuition:$2100.00

The Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion integrates plant centered curriculum around body awareness practices of anatomy and physiology, herbal energetics, first aid, filed study, bodywork and exceptional apothecary skills. Medicine making curriculum includes water based applications for internal and external use, food as medicine, alcohol based tinctures in the folk and standardized tradition, flower essence making, hydrosols, herbal oils and salves, oxymels and miels. 2020 IPMI opens for applications October 2019. For details on the IPMI, click the link below.

Summer Community Classes!

Folk Medicine Making Class

Saturday August 3, 2019 10:00-4:00.

Join herbalist Erin Vanhee and other plant lovers in a day of Folk Medicine Making.

Using the Tradition Folk Medicine method of making herbal tinctures, oils, vinegars and salves is a simple time honored way of making plant based remedies from fresh plants.

In this day long intensive, students will make from start to finish their own tincture (to press at home) herb infused oil, mineral rich vinegar and healing salve. This class is held in a garden apothecary setting and includes some plant identification, harvest demonstration and protocol before heading in to the kitchen to make plant medicine.

Tuition is $85.00 and includes all plants used in class and a sample of the days herb infused salve.

Students will take home two products to finish at home and are required to bring the following supplies:

2 8 ounce canning jars, with lids

8 ounces of 100 proof vodka

8 ounces of apple cider vinegar

cutting board and knife to chop fresh plants

This class is held in Sedro Woolley, Washington and is taught by herbalist Erin Vanhee. Address will be sent upon registration and confirmation of payment.

To register, fill out the form below. After sending the Registration form, click on the Pay Pal link in the footer; please pay using friends and family option or add $4. Thank You!

Plant based Remedies for Pain

This class is approved for CEU Credits by the NCTMB Provider # 10072

September 28, 2019 9:30-4:30 Tuition: $150.00 8 CEU’s

Are you ready to Register? Fill out the form below. Pay via friends and family on Pay Pal. No pay pal? Email Erin for further options.

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