Herbal Studies 20 Hour Intensive
CONNECT . NOURISH . RESTORE
COURSE CURRICULUM WILL INCLUDE
Materia Medica: medicinal properties and origins of herbs
Medicine Making and Formulating: hand-crafting your own tincture, cordial, and salve
Harvesting and drying herbs
Infusions and decoctions
Body systems and contraindications
Proper dosage and application of herbs
Actions of herbs
Root medicine / Root vegetables
Energy medicine / Flower essences
Eating with the seasons
Cooking Bone Broth Soups for Health
Final potluck celebration
6 weeks | 20 hour intensive
In this 20 hour series, Karen Lee and Courtney Hall of Sang Lee Farms will guide you through a wholesome, joyful, and hands-on approach to living a more mindful and healthy life by means of connecting with plants as food and medicine. This series will focus heavily on self-care and the importance of sourcing, preparing, and taking the time to treat and cook oneself nourishing therapeutic remedies. You will take home teas, tinctures, oils, salves, recipes, and soups, but even more importantly you will leave knowing how to better care for yourself utilizing simple, all-natural practices that rest beneath your very feet.
CURRICULUM: medicinal properties and origins of herbs, Medicine Making and Formulating: hand-crafting your own tincture, cordial, and salve, harvesting and drying herbs, infusions and decoctions, body systems and contraindications, proper dosage and application of herbs, actions of herbs, root medicine / root veggies, medicinal mushrooms, liver health, energy medicine / flower essences, eating with the seasons, Cooking bone broth
$840 (includes $100 materials fee)
$140 deposit due by 2/15, remaining $700 due by start of class
March 1st | 5:30pm-8:30pm
March 8th | 5:30pm-8:30pm
March 15th | 5:00pm-9:00pm
March 22nd | 5:30pm- 8:30pm
March 29th | 5:30pm-8:30pm
April 5th | 5:00pm-9:00pm
April 12th | 5:30pm-7:30pm Potluck Celebration
*Class size limited to maximize teacher student interaction & learning*
MEET YOUR COURSE INSTRUCTORS
Courtney L. Hall Certified Herbalist California School of Herbal Studies (500 +hr. 2010) Certified Flower Essence Practitioner through Alaskan Essences (2013).
Having studied two years under a Cherokee native and completed a traditional Lakota vision quest and sweat lodge training, she focuses heavily on Native American plants and energetics, along with vibrational therapeutics and western herbalism. She is dedicated to teaching and healing through nature, reconnecting people with spirit, and being a caretaker of this beautiful planet. Courtney has been in practice teaching, treating, and creating herbal formulas for 7 years. Courtney is the in house nursery manager this season at Sang Lee Farms.
Karen Lee BS, MBA, RN
As owner of Sang Lee Farms for over 35 years I have become passionate about the food we grow, and how to enjoy vibrant health eating fresh seasonal foods. Incorporating the fresh organic vegetables from our farm into specialty prepared foods for our retail shop has only added to that knowledge and passion. My background in health care working with sick and dying patients as a registered nurse has particularly convinced me of the importance of food as the foundation of our health and well being. To educate and share this passion with others is now my focus and mission.