Basics of Herbalism 101 Class
Basics of Herbalism Course- Session 101
Upcoming Class Dates:
August 1, 2018 @ 6:00-8:00 pm at Archer Soapworks & Apothecary (3908 SPID exit Weber)
The first in our BHC Series, Basics of Herbalism will cover the history an development of the field of herbalism, common misconceptions and assumptions, basic anatomy, selection and storage of herbs, and common usages of herbalism at large. All materials will be provided at class.
Last summer, we began offering a Beginner Herbalism Course in Corpus Christi. We were looking to provide a small group setting where we can go over the individual lessons, ask questions and actually put what we're learning to work.
Overall, there will be a minimum of 12 individual courses offered, exploring aspects of herbalism from basics of plant parts, how to make different applications, common methods and which ones you should use when, the connection between your kitchen spices and your natural health, an expansive look at body care and why all of these things are important. You will also regularly receive class exclusive coupons to the shop and opportunities to buy in bulk quantities at wholesale prices for those times you just need more of that favorite recipe, or you realize that the holidays are quickly approaching. Very quickly!
- Each course has a fee, and includes all course materials.
- $5 off for friend referrals (make sure they mention your name when enrolling on the website or in person). Keep an eye on our Facebook page- we're constantly posting coupons!
Space is limited! Any requests to join a full class will be put on a waiting list. Basics of Herbalism 101 is a required prerequisite for Basics of Herbalism 102, and any subsequent specialty events and classes.
Class fee is non-refundable, but can be shifted to another class one time. Please notify us at least 24 hours in advance, so we can give someone on the waiting list a chance.
"LaDonna's handouts and discussions were great. This class was an introduction. I'm definitely not ready to start my own herbalism practice, but now I have the resources to know what and how to research for my own herbalism practice someday. This is not just a fluffy, feel good class, the information was informative and obviously well thought out. She provided a lot of personal insight with her own experiences and spoke on what we can expect with the 102 class, which I'll definitely be going to." -Heather Jo