Herbal Events Calendar

Welcome to the AHG Calendar of Herbal Events.  If you have an event that you think would be of interest to our members and those who visit this website, send a description and contact information to specialprojects@americanherbalistsguild.com

ACHS Summer 2017 Herbal, Aroma, and Holistic Health Online Class Offerings
Offered by: American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS)
When: May 15, 2017 to August 27, 2017

ACHS is pleased to announce its herbal medicine, aromatherapy, and holistic health courses for the 2017 Summer Semester beginning on May 15, 2017.

Registration for the following courses will remain open until April 14, 2017.

Undergraduate Herbal, Aroma, and Holistic Health Classes:

HERB 101: Basics of Herbalism Online
HERB 201: Herbal Studies Online
HERB 302: Herbal Materia Medica I Online
HERB 303: Herbal Materia Medica II Online
HERB 304: Herbal Materia Medica III Online

AROMA 101: Introduction to Aromatherapy Online
AROMA 103: Introduction to Aromatherapy for Spa Management (7.5 weeks)
AROMA 203: Aromatherapy I Online
AROMA 303: Aromatherapy II Online
AROMA 304: Aromatherapy III Online
AROMA 305: Aromatherapy Chemistry Online
HED 303: Stress Management and Emotional Health Online
HLTH 101: Personal & Community Health Online
HLTH 201: Physical Activity & Wellness Online
HOMB 201: Dynamic Phytotherapy Online
NAT 101: Nutrition, Bodycare & Herbalism Online
NAT 202: Energetic Modalities I: Flower Essences Online
NAT 203: Historical Modalities I: Iridology Online
NAT 204: Energetic Modalities II: Homeopathy Online
NAT 305: Wellness Coaching & Communication Skills Online
NAT 306: Holistic Health Consulting & Business Skills Online
NAT 307: Healthcare Terminology Online
NAT 308: Holistic Nutrition Online
NUT 101: Introduction to Nutrition Online
NUT 309: Topics in Holistic Nutrition Online
SPA 120: A Comprehensive Introduction to Spa Management Online (7.5 Weeks)

Graduate Herbal, Aroma, and Holistic Health Classes:

HERB 502: Advanced Herbal Materia Medica I Online
HERB 503: Advanced Herbal Materia Medica II Online
HERB 504: Advanced Herbal Materia Medica III Online

AROMA 501: Aromatherapy Science Online
AROMA 503: Aromatherapy I Online
AROMA 504: Aromatherapy II Online
AROMA 505: Aromatherapy III Online
AROMA 507: Aromatherapy Chemistry Online
BOT 501: Botany and Plant Identification for the Holistic Health Practitioner Online
HED 503: Stress Management and Emotional Health Online
HOM 501: Homeopathy Online
HOMB 501: Dynamic Phytotherapy Online
NAT 504: Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Pathology and Protocols Online
NAT 515: Wellness Coaching & Communications Skills Online
NUT 501: Advanced Applied Holistic Nutrition Online
NUT 509: Graduate Topics in Holistic Nutrition Online
NUT 510: Nutrition and Dietary Supplements Online
RES 501: Assessment and Integration of Research Online
TOX 501: Fundamentals of Toxicology and Safety in Botanical Medicine Online

Phone: (800) 487-8839
For more information, visit: https://www.achs.edu/request-achs-viewbook
Edible and Medicinal Plants of Long Island: 10 Week Botany Field Course
Offered by: Green Man Natural Health
When: June 4, 2017 to August 6, 2017

Come to One Class or All

Learn Identification, Use, History, Ecology, andFamilial Relationships of Commonly Available Safe and Useful Plants

Emphasis Will Be Put on Recognition of Plant Families, and the Use of Organoleptic Analysis (the Five Senses) for Botanical Identification

Sundays 1-4 pm, Rain or Shine
June 4 – August 6
Meeting in Front of Sea Cliff Library
300 Sea Cliff Avenue, Sea Cliff, NY 11579

$30/class
American Herbalists Guild Members: $25/class
15 and 30 hour certificates available (August 13 on site test required)

Phone: (516) 640-2127
For more information, visit: http://www.greenmannaturalhealth.com
Celtic Herbal Medicine Intensive
Offered by: Drimlabarra Herb Farm
When: June 12, 2017 to June 25, 2017

After the success of our  first Intensive last year we are very happy to offer another 14 day intensive on Celtic Herbal Medicine; this is included as part of  the Apprenticeship programme. The intensive includes 4 days of guided herb walks to Arran’s special and sacred sites interspersed between the teaching days. This intensive has its zenith on the 21st with a Celtic Fire Ceremony for the Summer Solstice . Please get in touch if you want to join us next year in Scotland.

Cost including all materials etc is £950 plus accommodation and meals.
Full Board – our accomplished team use Vegan Organic Local  produce –  Camping own tent etc £35 per day. Individual packages available. Local accommodation is also available and meals can be supplied here if required.
From the beginning of human her/history we have lived in an elemental world.

Without the soil and rain and wind and sun and space we could not have stood here in anything like our present form. After many years of study and research into the elements of Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Ether and their inter-relationships with health and healing plants, traditional herbalist and renowned teacher Keith Robertson MSc FNIMH is ready to bring his own systematic approach on seeing how these elements move through plants and humans. Keith was born on the Island of Arran into a family with strong healing and Celtic roots and this new initiative of the Celtic Herbal Medicine Intensive, and the wider apprenticeship programme for 2016, springs from an ardent desire to reconnect with an authentic spirit of Celtic healing, using primarily the living medium of our native plants. As humans we find ourselves mobile in space but constrained by linear time. Plants are mainly constrained in space but more mobile in time, as they reincarnate as seeds or clone themselves by shoots, runners etc. This makes them such important teachers as they so different and yet so closely entwined with the human being.

This Intensive will use the progression of the Elements as a structure to view plants and the human body, working through each element in sequence and fully exploring all their many aspects. A contemplative and experiential approach has been built up over the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine’s long career and this is our key into unlocking the book of nature and allowing us to glimpse the meanings emblazoned on creation.

The Celtic Mysteries, so important to seers such as Rudolf Steiner, have been mainly lost in a sea of Celtic Bling. This initiative is an honest expedition back to the heart of the plants and the land here (set up as a veganic sanctuary for the purpose of facilitating this work) and to the heart of what it means to be a Celtic Healer in today’s world. If you would like to be part of this exciting journey then please get in touch.

My personal e-mail is keith at herbalmedicine.org.uk (please help us avoid spam by the supplying the @ yourself) and we are also on Facebook at Drimlabarra Herb Farm and as Keith Robertson.

Celtic Herbal Medicine Intensive
Offered by: Scottish School of Herbal Medicine
When: June 12, 2017 to June 25, 2017

A 14-day intensive on Celtic Herbal Medicine with the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine, Isle of Arran. The includes 4 days of visits to Arran's special and sacred sites, interspersed between the teaching days. This intensive has its zenith on the 21st with a Celtic Fire Ceremony for the Summer Solstice. We are delighted to announce that the wonderful Irish Herbalist and medical scholar Danny O'Rawe MSc MIRH is joining us as guest speaker for the Solstice celebrations. Keith Robertson MSc FNIMH co - founder of the school is your host and provides the Scottish input while Nicola Dee Kelly MNIMH will be bringing a Welsh perspective. Other special guests to be announced. If you can feel the pull of the Herbs and /or the Celt within, please come and join us on an experiential journey to reawaken the heart of Celtic Herbal Lore.


Please see www.veganherbal.com for details
(Cost including all materials etc. £950 plus accommodation and meals.)

For more information, visit: http://www.veganherbal.com
Exploring Medicinal Plants of Maine and Beyond with Steven Foster
Offered by: Eagle Hill Institute and Steven Foster
When: June 18, 2017 to June 24, 2017

Whether you’re a seasoned natural history professional or curious outdoor enthusiast, a working knowledge of  medicinal plants promises new appreciation of how humans relate to and utilize plants. The use of plants for medicinal purposes has preoccupied humans for millennia, across all cultures and every conceivable geographic region and landscape. Maine is home to a treasure-trove of pharmacologically active, useful and fascinating plants, each with a story to tell about human experience, past and present. We will emphasize field identification, traditional and current scientific understanding of medicinal plants found in Maine (and elsewhere), both in the classroom and the field.

About the Instructor

Steven Foster has explored medicinal plants on six continents in a career spanning over four decades, starting at the Herb Department of the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community in 1974 at age 17. Medical botany specialist and photographer, Steven is the senior author and photographer of three Peterson Field Guides (most recently the 2014 3rd edition of A Peterson Field Guide to Medicinal Plants and Herbs Eastern North America (co-authored with emeritus Eagle Hill presenter, Jim Duke). He is also senior author (with Rebecca Johnson) of National Geographic’s Desk Reference to Nature’s Medicine, a 2007 New York Public Library “Best of Reference” along with fourteen other books. A Maine native, he now lives in the Ozarks in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, heeding Jim Duke’s advice, “Go south young man.” He serves as President of Steven Foster Group, Inc., recent past President of the American Botanical Council (Austin, TX) and on the Honorary Advisory Board, of the Lloyd Library and Museum (Cincinnati, OH).

Grassroots Herbal Apprenticeship Year 2
Offered by: Centro Ashé Community Herbal Center
When: June 24, 2017 to October 15, 2017

This program offers our community a chance to explore folk herbalism with a second year that is meant to deepen our practice of herbalism. Participants must have either completed our first year of the Grassroots Herbal and Holistic Wellness Program, or have a strong foundation in herbalism.  During our Grassroots Herbal Program, we build cooperatively to keep the knowledge of our food, herbal medicine,  seeds, and our healing traditions alive and vital within our communities.

Free Webinar: Holistic Living Using the Gerson Therapy
Offered by: American College of Healthcare Sciences
When: June 27, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 3pm PST

Dive into the nutritional theory known as Gerson Therapy! Learn how these basic principles can help maintain a healthy lifestyle, particularly when it comes to cooking and juicing.

To Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/holistic-living-using-the-gerson-therapy-ti...

Location: Online

Birthkeeper Apprenticeship
Offered by: Centro Ashé Community Herbal Center
When: July 1, 2017 to October 2, 2017

Birthkeepers Apprenticeship, a program designed to support mamas, new or expecting parents, babies, birthkeepers and workers and all those who support the birth process to explore together.  Participants will receive their Doula Certification via the Birth Well during the first portion of the course, and then will go on to receive in depth classes as well as develop skills to support mamas, babies, birth and beyond!

For more information, visit: http://www.centroashe.org/birthkeeper.html
ACHS Summer Accelerated 2017 Herbal and Aroma Online Class Offerings
Offered by: American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS)
When: July 6, 2017 to August 27, 2017

ACHS is pleased to announce its herbal medicine and aromatherapy courses for the 2017 Summer Accelerated Semester beginning on July 6, 2017.

Registration for the following courses will remain open until June 16, 2017.

Undergraduate Herbal, Aroma, and Holistic Health Classes:

HERB 101: Basics of Herbalism Online  *8-week accelerated course

AROMA 101: Introduction to Aromatherapy Online  *8-week accelerated course
SPA 220: Retain Management for Spas
SPA 250: Supervision in the Hospitality Industry
SPA 367: Financial Management for Spas

Graduate Herbal, Aroma, and Holistic Health Classes:

HERB 502: Advanced Herbal Materia Medica I Online

NUT 509: Graduate Topics in Holistic Nutrition Online
RES 501: Assessment and Integration of Research Online

Phone: (800) 487-8839
For more information, visit: https://www.achs.edu/request-achs-viewbook
Grassroots Herbal Apprenticeship Year 1
Offered by: Centro Ashé Community Herbal Center
When: July 8, 2017 to October 29, 2017

Community based herbal program - we're dedicated to putting herbal medicine in the hands of the people!  This program offers our community a chance to explore folk herbalism from various traditions, and to understand natures ability to support our health, strength, and vitality.  The series is an introduction and includes herbal fundamentals, North American and Mid-Atlantic medicinal plants (and others), practical and therapeutic applications of herbs, herbal preparations and medicine making, harvesting and wild crafting plants, permaculture and herbal gardening, herbal energetics and more.

Humoural Temperaments for Mongrel Herbalists with Jim McDonald
Offered by: Midwest Women’s Herbal
When: August 12, 2017 to August 14, 2017

Jim McDonald will share how he understands and utilizes the humoural temperaments, and how he's adapted them to the six tissue states & contemporary culture.  Held at Echo Valley Farm in Ontario, Wisconsin - just a short drive after the United Plant Savers Planting the Future Conference.

Phone: (920) 452-4372
Chesapeake Herb Gathering
Offered by: Centro Ashé Community Herbal Center
When: August 26, 2017 to August 27, 2017

The Chesapeake Herb Gathering is an annual event organized by Centro Ashé bringing together inter-generational herbal, land-based, and healing communities to celebrate our stories, our knowledge, our culture and traditions.

Enjoy a weekend of workshops, plant walks, youth activities, community artwork, social justice, artisans market, campfire, and community connections with local herbalists, teachers, clinicians, healers, botanists, farmers, birthkeepers, medicine makers, rootworkers, artists, homesteaders, community organizations and much more!

For more information, visit: http://www.chesapeakeherbgathering.com/
Mycelium Mysteries: Women’s Mushroom Retreat
Offered by: Midwest Women’s Herbal
When: October 6, 2017 to October 8, 2017

A unique women’s mushroom retreat - with workshops on wild mushroom gathering and identification, fungal ecology, mushroom medicine & nutrition, ethnomycology, women's roles in the herstory of fungi and more - held at Camp Helen Brachman in Almond, Wisconsin.

Phone: (920) 452-4372
Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference
Offered by: Southeast Wise Women
When: October 13, 2017 to October 15, 2017

Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference
October 13-15, 2017 in Black Mountain, NC

The Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference is a weekend for women to learn, celebrate and connect. For one weekend in autumn, we share inspiration, celebration and practical learning about earth-based healing and women’s health. Surrounded by the ancient Blue Ridge Mountains, our venue at Lake Eden offers a beautiful, serene backdrop for over 60 workshops and classes in herbalism, nutrition, personal growth and natural healing. Our 2017 featured speakers include Aviva Romm, Phyllis Light, Robin Rose Bennet, Sobande Moss-Greer, gina Breedlove, and many more!

For all of the details and easy online registration visit  www.sewisewomen.com
Contact us at info@sewisewomen.com or 877.739.6636 (877.SEWOMEN)

For more information, visit: http://www.sewisewomen.com/
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