2019 Herbal Immersion Syllabus
Welcome Class Syllabus Important Dates Supply List
Session One March 30-31
Introduction to Herbal Medicine and Each Other
Nourishing Herbal Traditions Water based Preparations Infusions, decoctions, syrups, baths Six Steps of Healing
Wildcrafting Guidelines/ Field Study/Wild Edibles Food As Medicine
Session Two April 20-21
Holistic Body System Awareness
Field Study/ Wild harvest/ Plant Identification/Organic Cutivation/Propagation
Medicine Making/Apothecary Studies- Folk Method/Standardized Method
Beginning Herbal First Aid
Session Three May 18-19
Field Studies / Wildcrafting trip to Eastern Washington
Plant Identification/Wildcraft/Wild-tend Habitat Awareness
Session Four June 15-16
Flower Essences, Herbs of Intuition, Dreaming
Visiting Pond Lily Strengthening Personal Connection with Plants. Guest Instructor Natasha Clarke, Inner Earth Healing
Herbs for Trauma/Emotional aspect of healing, Ritual Baths
Herbal Energetics, Six Tissue States
Session Five July 13-14
Pain Management, Topical Application of Plants
Field Study/Herbal Preservation/Drying, Storage
Hydrosols With Nancy Welliver, ND
Session Six August 17-18
Treatment Strategies, Pulse reading
Apothecary Studies Bringing it all together.
Field Studies Bringing it all together
Session Seven September 14-15
Saturday Cultivating presence. Case Studies
Sunday Celebration Medicine Making Barter Faire
Trillium strives to offer herbal programs with valued content at an affordable cost. Students may register with a non-refundable deposit of $400 with the balance of $950 (early bird) or $1100 (registration after December 15) due by the first day of class.
Tuition is offered at an early bird rate of $1350, when paid in full. Payment plans are not available at the early bird rate.
Payment plans are offered as follows:
Tuition $1500 requires a $300 non refundable deposit and $300/month payments February 1, March 1, April 1, May 1.
Tuition includes over 110 hours of live training, all plant material used in class, hands outs and plants used to make medicines in class for the student to take home.
Students are required to purchase their own medicine making materials.
Everclear, brandy or vodka
Glycerine, honey, vinegar
Olive Oil, beeswax, essential oils
Jars, cutting board, knife
Pruners, Hori-hori trowel, gloves
Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West Micheal Moore
Book of Herbal Wisdom Matthew Wood
Healing Wise Susun Weed
The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism Matthew Wood
Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast Pojar and Mackinnon