Our Herbalist Clinical Theater is an opportunity to experience and learn from a herbal clinician (Ginger Webb) meeting with a client for a health consultation. We will be using Michael Moore’s principles of constitutional physiology to guide us; it is a powerful system and intake, and enables us to have a “handhold” of some sorts (more…)
Full tuition for the 8-month course is $2800. Register early and pay in full by Sept 2nd, 2019 to get up to $400 off! Reparations Scholarships available (particularly for African American, Indigenous American, and Latinx students). Contact us for more info or apply here by April 30th, 2019. ABOUT THE COURSE: This course is taught by (more…)
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Sacred Journey School of Herbalism supports diversity in our herbal community and is offering Reparations Scholarships (particularly for African American, Indigenous American, and Latinx students) for our 2019-20 Level 1: Herbal Foundations program. Ginger is contributing over $9,000 worth of her services toward these scholarships, but would love to be able to offer more to (more…)
You know you just want to make things in the kitchen, don’t you? You can make herbal medicine at home without a lot of exotic ingredients and fancy tools. In this primarily hands-on class, we’ll explore 6 types of herbal preparations, including the reasons why we utilize each and how to prepare them. You’ll leave (more…)
Whether you are a beginner or have been studying for a while, if you want to focus on local wild plants and immersing yourself in our botanical bioregion while learning directly from the plants, this is the class for you. What we will NOT cover in this class is all the fundamentals of herbalism. If (more…)
The Village Herbalist is designed to empower people to connect, learn how to partner with and cultivate plant medicine that will grow locally. This course is geared towards people who want to be able to walk out their front door to find what they need to keep their family and community healthy. Each class we (more…)