2019 Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion Is Full!

Applications for 202o program will begin August 2019.

2020 IPMI runs February - November, one weekend per month. Tuition:$2500.00

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. 2020 IPMI opens for applications August 2019. For details on the Intermediate/Advanced training offered through the IPMI, click the link below.

Late Summer Plant Medicine Immersion Registration is OPEN

Tuesdays August 13 through October 22 9:30-4:30 10 weeks $1300

This ten week program allows for a full immersion into the art and science of bio-regional and garden cultivated plants through extensive field and apothecary studies including plant ID, habitat and body awareness, harvest and preservation, medicine making and wild food preparation.

Curriculum includes anatomy and physiology for the herbalist, herbal first aid and practical applications. No plant experience necessary for this course.

If you are looking for intermediate and advanced studies in plant medicines; review the 2020 Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion program.

Medicine Making- Infusions, decoctions, tinctures, elixers, oxymels.

Food As Medicine: Foraging for food in the wild.

Wild food meals, beverages, pestos, pickles, salts.

Alcohol free remedies for a growing market.

External applications: Poultice, oils, salves

Hands on harvest, preparation, preservation of herbs

Wild tending of harvest site

Materials NOT included in tuition are supplies used for your personal take home products.

Supply list is:

Apple Cider vinegar

Brandy, everclear, honey

Pint and quart jars

Olive oil, beeswax

Recommended tools:

Small shovel

Hori hori, pruners, scissors

Cutting board and knife.

Recommended Books

Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West Michael Moore

Book of Herbal Wisdom Matthew Wood

Healing Wise Susun Weed

Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast Pojar and Mackinnon

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