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Herbal Magic Series

THURSDAYS, 6-8PM
AUGUST 16 - SEPT 6

 

Learn about the basics of herbal magic and energetic herbalism in this weekly series. We will work with herbs in several forms and create botanical offerings, such as hydrosols and smudges. Learn about the magical properties of select herbs and develop your ability to intuit what is right for you in this hands-on workshop and give back to your teachers as part of the cycle of reciprocity. 

 
 

 
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Schedule

herbal medicine workshops eugene oregon
herbal medicine workshops eugene oregon

Aug 16: Herbal Energetics & Plant Meditations

Learn about the basics of herbal magic and energetic herbalism. We will sense firsthand how plants are adept at energy re-patterning by taking their medicine and listening internally.

 

Aug 23: Clearing & Protective Herbs

We will work with herbs in several forms, including incense/smudge and green brush downs, to explore their uses in clearing energy and as protectors. Make a hydrosol spray to take home.

herbal medicine workshops eugene oregon
herbal medicine workshops eugene oregon

Sep 6: Charging Herbal Offerings

Giving back to our teachers is part of the cycle of reciprocity. We will blend our herbs together and charge this offering mix with intention. Take it home and honor your favorite places and plants.

 

Aug 30: Herbal Charms for Healing

Learn about the basics of herbal magic and energetic herbalism. We will sense firsthand how plants are adept at energy re-patterning by taking their medicine and listening internally.

Beautiful, opening, expressive
and educational.

Sliding Scale Cost:
Single classes: $30-20 each
Whole series: $90-60

  • Option 1: Register for the whole series online.

  • Option 2: Pay for just the classes you can attend.

  • Option 3: Attend the first class and pay in full for the rest of the series.
    *Work trade available

 

The Sliding Scale: So, how much should YOU pay?

You might pay near the high end of the sliding scale if:

  • you have a job with dependable hours and have no dependents

  • you regularly (once a year or more) pay for airline travel for recreation

  • you pay to eat at restaurants (ie not fast food) regularly (once a month or more)

You might pay near the low end of the sliding scale if:

  • you are currently unemployed

  • you have a job but care for many dependents and doing so is a strain on your budget

  • you are a full-time student

[Thanks to Bear at bearteachesyoga.org for this helpful sliding scale framework!]


QUestions?

 

 
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