Our 2020 Conference Classes include:
Adaptogenic Herbal Medicines with Michel Francois Garay
Botany Intensive with Marc Williams
Creating Balance with Traditional Food, Fibers and Medicine with Susan Anderson
Eat the Weeds edible & medicinal plant walks with Green Deane
Embodiment, Relationship and Belonging: Sensory experience as a pathway into deeper connection with herbs; herbalism as a pathway into deeper embodiment with Caitlin McMullen
Emotional Healing and Aromatherapy with Nyssa Hanger
Florida Woody Ethnobotany with Marc Williams
Functional Medicine for the Modern Healer with Cheng Liu
Growing Food and Medicine to Harmonize Climate Change with Willow LaMonte
Herbal First Aid and Home Care with Natalie Vickery
Herbs and Neurodiversity in Children with Maggie O’Halloran
The Importance of Southeastern Mushrooms in Maintaining and Restoring Health with Susan Anderson
Longevity Herbals & Energetics with Linda Nash Stevenson
Medicinal Plants – The Human Connection with Doug Elliott
Plants Talk, People Listen with Willow LaMonte
Qi Gong with Masaji “Candyman” Terasawa
Rise and Shine Yoga with Shelley Briand
Sacred Passage: Providing compassionate care at the end of life with Emily Ruff
Song of the Spirit with B. Anderson
Sprouts Youth Program with Madelyn Sovern and friends
Topical Energetics using Acupressure Energy & Herbal Applications with Linda Nash Stevenson
Vitamin D: Hormone, Vitamin & Sunlight with Michel Francois Garay
More Classes announced January 25!
Class schedule is subject to change until final program released February 25
Most classes are recorded and available for purchase
During workshop sessions, you may take the class of your choice in any venue you wish, You do not have to take all the classes in one classroom through the weekend. There is no pre-registration for workshops other than intensives – simply show up to the workshops that call to you during the weekend of the conference and have fun!
Intensives are an additional fee. You can find more information by checking out the intensives page.
We are proud to offer nearly 40 classes throughout the weekend. Additional classes are offered in the mornings before breakfast, and during Saturday afternoon’s “Free Thyme” – see Activities page for additional classes and workshops.