We’re down to three feet of snow left on the ground in Trout Lake, so spring must be on its way! As the Skunk Cabbage and the bears are stirring, I am too, with a busy teaching schedule ahead.
This month, I travel to North Carolina to teach two classes for the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine. March 13-14 I teach about plant chemistry and human consciousness in Phytochemistry and Consciousness. March 15-16 I teach about using small doses of plant medicines to shift a person’s sense of embodiment in the world in Somatic Herbalism. Both classes can be livestreamed from anywhere and will be available as recordings. Save $50 if you register for both!
April 1-2 Matthew Wood and I will be teaching about plants and the faerie realm in Nevada City, CA. Watch for details on another class in Nevada City in late May.
April 22-23, I will be teaching on “Sovereignty and the Land” at the Northwest Magic Conference in Portland.
May 13-14, I return to Pacific Rim College in Victoria, BC to teach “Neurodiversity: What Pracitioners Need to Know” — a primer for health care providers of all kinds on supporting neurodivergent clients and patients.
Details still to come on a workshop in Colorado in June on the way to teach at the Good Medicine Confluence, east coast adventures, and possibly a trip across the Atlantic this summer or fall.