Energetic Herbalism Intensive – Part One

Minimum deposit $100.00

Spend a week immersed in the energy of the plants. In this class we will explore energetic herbalism from a Native American perspective. We will look at working with the energies of plants for yourself and in your work with other people. Class time will be a combination of lecture, discussion, meditations and energy exercises.

This class will not include materia medica; prior herb knowledge expected.

Topics of the week will include: energetics, animal medicine, connecting with self to be better able to connect with plants, meditations, formulating.

You may take this class alone or also join us for Part Two in November.

Dates: September 21-25, 2020

Hours: 9-4 (with a one hour lunch break)

Instructors: Karyn Sanders and Sarah Holmes

Cost: $1,000 

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Minimum deposit$100.00

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At the Blue Otter School of Herbal Medicine, we are dedicated to providing a safe space for all students to learn and to work without bigotry or prejudice present. To this end, we will not tolerate any form of prejudice based on (including but not limited to); race, ethnicity, religion, country of origin, gender, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, size or socio-economic status. No violence will be tolerated, verbal or physical. Absolutely no weapons or illegal substances are allowed on school premises or school trips. You will be immediately dismissed without a refund for breaking these rules.

The materials and knowledge given at the school may not be copied, distributed, used as teaching materials or published without prior written consent from Karyn Sanders and Sarah Holmes and Sam Roberts who own copyrights to all materials.

Blue Otter School of Herbal Medicine is not responsible or liable for injuries that occur on or off-site during the time you are attending school, or the physical or emotional health of people attending the school. Students are responsible for providing their own prescription medications, including an epi-pen if allergic to bee stings, and understand that most of the time we will be at least two hours from a hospital. Students are also responsible for arranging their own transportation to and from trailheads, all equipment needed, food (except Friday and Saturday dinners) and water.

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