To register for a class, please view the class details or call Margi at 781-631-4312 for more information.
EarthSong Herbals is now VSAC approved for ‘non-degree grants’. VSAC grants will cover the tuition for the programs we offer here, for eligible Vermonters. You can log onto VSAC’s website to determine if you are eligible. If you are eligible, you must apply before the start date of any of the programs that we offer.
New Clients ~ Do you need to see an herbalist for a consultation? Do you desire to be heard and treated in a group setting by diverse herbalists? Call to book an appointment, be seen individually, and depart feeling fully empowered and supported. Follow-up appointments are requisite. Take care of yourself now. Herbal training in a supervised setting. Practitioners choose to attend as an observer, note taker, formulation maker, herb tester, pulse taker, or, when ready, as the person asking the intake questions.
Join herbalist, poet, and witch Sean Donahue for a weekend of exploring herbs and simple somatic and magical practices that can help us ground and orient amidst the chaos and recover the vital, embodied presence that allows us to bring forward our gifts and take part in the healing of our world. " In a dark time, the eye begins to see" - Theodore Roethke
Summer jazz concerts Sundays, weather permitting. Donations at the gate for musicians! Herbal tea will be served. BYOB and snacks. Check details for dates.
Clinical skills in the morning, seeing a client in the afternoon with Margi and Matt. Sky House Herb School.
This casual class will have a simple handout on the generalities of reading the lines, colors, and locations of the face on organ systems. Every face holds the historic story of a person's health. We will read the faces, nails and tongues of those present! Bring The Practicing Herbalist text book if you have it. Books will be available for purchase $125 plus tax.
This class will be an in-depth look for each participant into the basic concepts and safety guidelines in the use of essential oils. Topics covered will include history, botany, taxonomy, chemistry, safety and the art of blending. Students will come away with a knowledge on various healing capabilities as well as a deeper understanding on more than thirty plus oils. Handouts will be included and each attendee will go home with their own personal blend which they will create in class.
February 23 -24 2019 Practitioner Skills & Responding to Environmental Impacts on Fertility and Birthing
Day 1: Practitioner Skills We will cover valuable topics including: Creating healthy boundaries Listening skills Knowing the right questions to ask/questioning without blushing Drop pulse testing to affirm herbal choices Billing and concepts about money Office skills including herbal preparation, client directions, file compilation, follow-up and invoicing Day 2: Responding to Environmental Impacts on Fertility and Birthing What is our herbal response to environmental impacts on our bodies? Always consider your genes, environment & the power of what goes into your mouth. Genetics, and specifically a lack of intrinsic factor, as well as exposure to environmental chemicals are important factors in determining whether the body manifests disease or imbalance in the reproductive organs.
Reading the Body Each color, line and marking on the face, tongue and nails holds meaning of your internal health. Margi will be explaining and demonstrating diagnostic techniques taught to her by the late William Le Sassier. Practitioner Skills Learning the skills of a healthy client/practitioner relationship is an essential part of creating a dynamic clinical practice. In this one-day workshop, Margi Flint shares her insights for working with clients, gleaned from her 40+ years of private practice as an herbalist, labor coach and polarity therapist.
Sacred Cannabis Medicine Making Class. As the tide turns toward recognizing the value of Cannabis, we welcome back Sacred Plant Cannabis Medicine into our society. Rochelle Baca will walk us through a day of learning some of the many ways you can utilize Cannabis Medicine in your everyday life. This class is a simplified, traditional medicine making class. The class will include: -Understanding psychoactive and non-psychoactive constituents in our medicine makings -A basic understanding on how to make: -Infusions -Salves -Tinctures Handouts will be provided. For an additional materials fee… -there will be hands-on medicine making: -infusions of oil -basic salve -cannabis tinctures. - We will also be tasting cannabis herbal teas. This will allow for a deeper connection to understanding her constituents. Remember, not all constituents are psychoactive. Come for a highly educated experience.
Three days of bliss with brilliant teachers. Herbal ball Saturday night! Dress to dance. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reading the Body Each color, line and marking on the face, tongue and nails holds meaning of your internal health. Margi will be explaining and demonstrating diagnostic techniques taught to her by the late William Le Sassier. Knowing what the body has to say, we can learn how to prevent illness. Our seminar will consist of both lecture and hands on learning with ample opportunity for questions to understand what your body is saying to you. Please arrive makeup and nail polish free Practitioner Skills Learning the skills of a healthy client/practitioner relationship is an essential part of creating a dynamic clinical practice. In this one-day workshop, Margi Flint shares her insights for working with clients, gleaned from her 40+ years of private practice as an herbalist, labor coach and polarity therapist.
BOOKS AND CDS
CDs of William LeSassier’s teachings are available!
Facial Diagnosis and Palpation Video CDs are available through
HIS FACIAL DIAGNOSIS POSTERS ARE AVAILABLE AS WELL.
Go the the store at the www.williamlesassierarchive.org to order his brilliance now. Do not wear headphones, sound is erratic.
“May the shining light of his wisdom be yours.”