2019 Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion

One weekend a month, 2 Day Intensives March 30/31, April 20/21, (Make up class available for missed class due to Easter) May 18/19, June 15/16, July 13/14, August 17/18, September 14/15

Tuition $1500

Seven Month herbal medicine training program begins March 2019. Students meet one weekend a month for a full weekend of hands on training in plant identification, medicine making, body awareness, field study, herbal first aid. Live training is supported by home study projects to complete at home between class, building a strong foundation in herbal medicine.

The Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion integrates plant centered curriculum around body awareness practices of anatomy and physiology, herbal energetics, six tissue states, 5 Element theory, bodywork, pulse reading 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.

Field study includes plant identification of bio regional plants, common weeds and cultivated medicinals. Strong emphasis is placed on practical hands on training in harvest techniques, habitat awareness, soil building, propagation and preservation of harvested botanicals. Wild crafting harvest sites include the Upper Skagit, Camano Island and a two day field trip to the Methow Valley.

2019 IPMI includes day classes in flower essences, distillation and hydrosols and wilderness first aid. Live curriculum is supported by home study projects to complete between sessions building a strong foundation of herbal knowledge and practical wisdom.

Students of this program have gone on to be community herbalists, growers, wildcrafters, body workers, medicine makers. The nature of the program allows students to experience the myriad ways that plants are used for healing with the intention of guiding students to their specialty.

Registration is open. Program dates are March 30-31, April 2021, May 18-19. June 15-16, July 13-14 August 17-18, September 14-15

Tuition is $1500 with early bird tuition of $1350.00 available until December 15. Tuition includes all live training, home study projects, plants used in class. For class and money matters, see the link below. 2019 Immersion Syllabus

2019 program includes guest instructors Natasha Clarke for a journey in building personal relationship with plants through an outing with Pond Lily and Nancy Welliver, ND, herbalist and master distiller will be teaching on distillation and hydrosols at the Upper Skagit location.

 

Click on the words 2019 Immersion Syllabus to the left for details of tuition and classes.

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

Recommended Books

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

Are you ready to Register? Fill out the form below. When finished, proceed to the Pay Pal link at the bottom of the page to pay Tuition. Tuition for the Immersion is $1500.00, a non refundable deposit of $300.00 will hold your space. Tuition details are listed on the Syllabus, Click on the 2019 Immersion Syllabus listed above for details..

 
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