Wednesday evenings online herbal program

Beginner level
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Session 1: Household herbal first aid

This session is now over
Beginner level
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Session 2: Medicinal herbs you want to grow by your back door

Wednesday, April 14th 2021, 4:30-7 pm Pacific Time

Learn to grow and use a bounty of plants to safely help with headaches, anxiety, digestion, hot flashes, colds and flus.

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Beginner level

Session 3: Introduction to herbal strategies for common colds and flus

Wednesday, April 21st 2021, 4:30-7 pm Pacific Time

Learn safe and effective ways that you can use herbal medicines to help keep your self and your family healthy.

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Advanced level
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Cultivating Client-Centred Care Techniques,

2-part course, exact dates to be announced: Fall 2021. Stay tuned!

Fine-tune your ability to be truly present with your clients, and to support them to make lasting changes in their lives.

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Session 2: Medicinal herbs you want to grow by your back door

Wednesday, April 14th 2021, 4:30-7 pm Pacific Time

This is a virtual event on Zoom

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Just in time for spring! Learn to grow and use a bounty of plants to safely help with headaches, anxiety, digestion, hot flashes, colds and flus.  

This class will cover growing and harvesting tips, as well as medicinal uses for an array of easy-to-grow medicinals. 

Feel empowered with your new found herbal cultivation skills. 

Some of the plant allies we will either introduce you to or deepen your relationship with (depending on your familiarity with them) are:

lemon balm, yarrow, catnip, chamomile, lavender, peppermint, feverfew, sage, thyme, garlic.

You will be able to pick the brain of Maryann Abbs, a skilled herbalist and gardener. 

This class is suitable for beginner herbal students and all gardeners.

 

Teacher: Maryann Abbs

Investment for this course:

$40 CAD

Click the button above to access the registration form for all online courses.

If money is tight for you at this time, we are offering a scholarship. Please email maryann@wildseedschool.com and tell her about your situation. 

Session 3: Introduction to herbal strategies for common colds and flus

Wednesday, April 21st 2021, 4:30-7 pm Pacific Time

This is a virtual event on Zoom

Many people‘s attention is focussed on immunity at this crucial time. We all want to know what we can do with natural remedies and lifestyle choices in order to promote it.

In this fascinating workshop, we will cover safe and effective ways that you can use herbal medicines to help keep your self and your family healthy.

Stascha will share a description of some safe and very useful plants, with a long tradition of use in both promoting immunity and shortening the duration of illness. 

You will also be discussing the basics of what differentiates a cold from a flu, and how to approach them each so you can stay well.

This class level is for nearly-beginner or revisiting herbal enthusiasts. 

If you are a complete beginner, welcome to herbalism! We recommend you take at least one of the two previous WSSHS online classes, before attending this one. 

Teacher: Stascha Stahl

Investment for this course:

$40 CAD

Click the button above to access the registration form for all online courses.

If money is tight for you at this time, we are offering a scholarship. Please email maryann@wildseedschool.com and tell her about your situation. 

Past Sessions

Beginner level
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Session 1: Household herbal first aid

Beginner Level Recordings of Passed Sessions

Session 1: Household herbal first aid

Recording coming soon!
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Your kitchen cupboards hold a lot of surprisingly useful medicines!

We’ll cover common kitchen herbs and spices and their safe uses for first aid. You will never see your jars of herbs the same way you did before this informative class with our fun and knowledgeable instructor Maryann. 

Here are some of the secret ingredients you will learn about, for your herbal first aid success: ginger, cayenne, cloves, garlic, onion syrup, lemon, thyme, lavender oil, chamomile, peppermint, fennel, aloe vera.

 This class is perfect for beginner herbal students and cooking enthusiasts. 

Teacher: Maryann Abbs

ABOUT THE TEACHERS

Maryann Abbs

Maryann is a wild harvester, herb grower, and clinical herbalist.  She holds a BSc in Biological Sciences as well as a diploma in Clinical Herbal Therapy (Dominion Herbal College).  She has also studied herbs with Michael Moore and Netta Zeberoff.  

She is one of the main teachers of Wild Seed School’s longer programs and is excited about bringing herbal teaching to zoom.

Stascha Stahl

Stascha is a community centered clinical herbalist, medicine maker, apothecarist, and educator practicing in Chochenyo Ohlone Territory so-called Oakland, California.

Stascha has been studying herbal medicine since 2006 and seeing clients in free or sliding scale clinics for the last 11 years. She prioritizes harm reduction and focuses on complex chronic conditions.

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