Entheogenic Plants & Spiritual Medicine

Join ceremonial grandmother and author Jane Segleau Earle in an exploration of relationships with the entheogenic plants that help us connect with the sacred and open us to spiritual life. She will discuss plants from Cacao to Ayahuasca, sharing scientific and academic information as well as her intimate knowledge. Cost: $30

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Traditional Latino Herbalism

Latin America has a rich herbal history, combining the ancient wisdom of four cultural traditions – Indigenous, European, African and Asian, into one holistic yet diverse system of healing. Meet with more than ten local folk medicine practitioners, ethnobotanists and conservationists who are working with medicine plants and explore with them the many sides of…

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What is Traditional Latino Herbalism?

What is Traditional Latino Herbalism? Using plants to restore health is an ancient tradition common to cultures around the world. Some systems of herbal medicine are more prominent and documented than others. The Spice Trade popularized the use of European culinary and medicinal herbs like rosemary, oregano and basil in Latin America, in addition to…

Traditional Latino Medicine – Level One

  This first level training in Traditional Latino Medicine will prepare participants to begin exploring the traditional health-promoting practices of Latin America, often known as Curanderismo. We will discuss this wellness system’s Indigenous, European, Asian and African roots, philosophy, cultural sustainability, methodology, herbalism, bodywork (sobando), energetic cleansing (limpia), holistic counseling (platica), hydrotherapy, food medicine, ceremony,…

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Traditional Latino Herbalism Immersion

Latin America has a rich herbal history, combining the ancient wisdom of four cultural traditions – Indigenous, European, African and Asian, into one holistic yet diverse system of healing. Meet with more than ten local folk medicine practitioners, ethnobotanists and conservationists who are working with medicine plants and explore with them the many sides of…

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Ethnobotany Onsite

Students of  Ethnobotany Onsite will study the local, ancestral relationship between plants and human health, in a context of active research and community development. The course offers access to a variety of local teachers, herbalists and leaders who bring to life the details of how plants and humans influence each other’s survival. Students will have…

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