August 31st: Finding Your Animal Totem
In this class we will discuss how to find your animal totem/animal spirit, what that animal spirit means, and how we can use them as a guide and connection to spirit. Understanding and honoring your animal totems can help you be healthier and happier physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
September 2nd & 3rd: Western Herbalism 101
Perfect for the beginning herbalist or a refresher for the experienced one, this class introduces the basics of Western Herbalism, bioregionalism, herbal nutrition, and the foundations of holistic herbal health. Each student will get hands-on experience making his or her own herbal preparations including tisanes and tinctures. Learn more than 30 herbs: their uses, medicinal properties, and propagation.
This is a two-day intensive course takes place over the last weekend of September ( 09/02-09/03 ). Classes take place from 10am-5pm both Saturday and Sunday.
To reserve a spot, we require a $50 deposit.
Sign up here: http://www.traditionsherbschool.com/calendar.html
September 8th: Herb School Open House
Come meet & greet with our beloved teachers, herbalists, and staff! Our teachers, Bob Linde and Renee Crozier, have been practicing herbalism for over twenty years. They will discuss the benefits of natural care, and our certification programs in Chinese and Western herbalism.
November 11th & 12th: Chinese Herbalism Program
The Chinese Herbalism program explores the methodology and practices of this eastern form of medicine. The courses are designed for students of all experience levels, and offer a comprehensive education in the fundamentals of Chinese Herbalism and clinical care.
Bob Linde is a Registered Herbalist with AHG, and has an MS in Oriental Medicine and BS in Education. He has over 20 years of experience as a practitioner, and owns Acupuncture & Herbal Therapies in St. Petersburg, FL.
– General Traditional Chinese Medicine
– Regulating Qi & Blood
– Traditional Chinese Medicine Diagnostics
– Physiology for Herbalists
– Drug/Herb Interactions
– and more!
Cost of Class: $250
Traditions School of Herbal Studies is a Platinum Member of the Grand Central District Association.