Classes

“There are certain things you can experience in life that change the way you view the world. A plant walk with friendly, hip instructor Becky is one of them.” – Angela H., Urban Foraging 101 attendee

For PRIVATE PLANT ID HIKES & PRESENTATIONS, click here

PUBLIC CLASSES
Meet Your Plant Spirit Allies
Monday Dec. 8, 7 to 9 pm, $25
at Healing Waters & Sacred Spaces, 2426 NE Broadway St, Portland OR
Everyone has the innate ability to perceive and interact with plant spirits, the elders of our world.  In this class, you’ll learn everything you need to know in order to personally receive the wisdom, guidance, and healing that you seek from plants. We’ll highlight four wonderful plant spirits who love to help people, and in a guided meditation, practice using our hearts as perceptual organs in order to communicate with them. We’ll also talk about ways to bring plant spirits into your daily life. Reserve your spot by calling the store at (503) 528-1430.

For information on other upcoming metaphysical classes taught by Becky Lerner, please visit her on PlantSpiritReiki.com

For information about the 2015 Herbal Apprenticeship program, click here.

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Other herbal educators in and around Portland:
*Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine
*The School of Forest Medicine
* School of Traditional Western Herbalism

The local nonprofit Cascadia Wild has a foraging club.

John Kallas of Wild Food Adventures also offers foraging workshops.

In Eugene, consider the Columbines School of Botanical Medicine and Sharol Tilgner’s classes as well.

Here’s a good list of other herb schools across the country. Some even have distance-learning programs.

 

20 thoughts on “Classes

  1. Do you know of any correspondence herbalism courses that focus on the plant, the medicines, remedies, identification… ect. That doesn’t involve Plant Magic? I’m baptist, so the calling of corners would be conflicting for me…..

  2. Yes! Enjoying your works. Continue, if it pleases, then please continue!

    Recently moved from living in the piedmont of NC to Seattle, WA. Pleased to find so many familiar edibles in the urban landscape, and excited to learn/experience others. Finally, a month later, settling into new digs on the western side of Friday Harbor, WA, where it seems the land may provide an opportunity to prepare a curious albeit old recipe for pickled skunk cabbage. Laws permitting, of course. Up for a visit?

  3. I see you are at Goucher. It’d be great if you do a class when you are in Baltimore. Shoot me an email, there’s a strong interest in urban foraging/ag here. Can probably get lots of interest.

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    • Hi Ryan.

      I e-mailed you with details. :-) It would be tomorrow (Thurs) at 7 in Highland Park. Write me back for more info at RebeccaELerner(at)gmail.com

  8. Where in New Jersey are you thinking of having these classes? I really like what you are doing, it is a great idea!

    • Steven:

      Would be in New Brunswick or Highland Park next Thursday night at 7. I e-mailed ya.

      Thanks for your interest!

      Becky

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  10. I just became aware of your website…one day too late for your Earth Day walk in Portland. I am most interested in attending the next local class you have, and also have a friend that would be, as well.

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