Roots Roundtable: July 2021

From: $11.00 / month

Roots Roundtable is a special class offered monthly for our Roots of Herbalism graduates. It offers a chance to deepen relationship with the plants while cultivating friendships centered around and in support of our personal practice of herbalism.

Tuition is $25 per month $11 per month or $27 for a three-month seasonal subscription.

Date: Friday, July 16, 2021              Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

In July we welcome two of our recent Community Program Graduates to give mini lessons on their upcoming full classes this fall.

Shay DeGrandis – The Contours of Connection

Drawing in Plants: The Contours of Connection We will explore how to utilize a method of drawing called blind contour as a technique to calm the nervous system, sharpen observation skills, break through self-limiting beliefs around creativity and, most importantly, commune with plants. Please bring some paper, a writing implement and a plant to draw (a living plant is preferable but any plant material will do.)

Tamara Neiderman – Using Herbs to Support Fertility 

Using herbs to support your fertility allows us to be intentional in our care. In this class you’ll learn how the uterine fertility cycle works, which herbs to use to support the fertility cycle, and how to create intentional practices while using herbs on this journey.

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Roots Roundtable includes a monthly live class and Q+A session, and a curated selection of videos and e-books designed to support your growth as an herbalist!

Roots Roundtable is an opportunity for those who have graduated from our Roots of Herbalism program to gather with other Roots graduates to build relationships, share knowledge, and enjoy the company of other herbalists.  Open to all graduates of our Roots of Herbalism class, this program meets monthly as an opportunity to learn more about the herbs and to connect with fellow herbal enthusiasts.  Each month, we will have a featured herb, preparation, or health issue we will bring forth in discussion.  In addition to the featured topic, we will also have an open Q&A session to allow you to bring your questions, concerns, and joys to our circle.  It is a great opportunity to connect with former classmates, make new herbal friends, and continue to be supported by our local herbal community.

In addition to a monthly class and Q+A session, Roots Roundtable subscribers will have access to videos, PDFs and e-books exclusively curated to help you build your relationships with herbs, including our full library of Materia Medica videos.

This month’s gathering will be held live via Zoom on Friday, July 16 at 7 pm, with recordings available for those who can’t join us.

 

In July we welcome two of our recent Community Program Graduates to give mini lessons on their upcoming full classes this fall.

Shay DeGrandis – The Contours of Connection

Drawing in Plants: The Contours of Connection We will explore how to utilize a method of drawing called blind contour as a technique to calm the nervous system, sharpen observation skills, break through self-limiting beliefs around creativity and, most importantly, commune with plants. Please bring some paper, a writing implement and a plant to draw (a living plant is preferable but any plant material will do.)

 

Tamara Neiderman – Using Herbs to Support Fertility 

Using herbs to support your fertility allows us to be intentional in our care. In this class you’ll learn how the uterine fertility cycle works, which herbs to use to support the fertility cycle, and how to create intentional practices while using herbs on this journey.

 

Roots Roundtable is a special class offered monthly for our Roots of Herbalism graduates. It offers a chance to deepen relationship with the plants while cultivating friendships centered around and in support of our personal practice of herbalism.

Tuition is $25 per month $11 per month or $27 for a three-month seasonal subscription.

*Roots Roundtable is designed for Roots of Herbalism graduates and those who are currently or previously enrolled. Please contact [email protected] if you have done equivocal studies in herbalism outside of our school and would like to participate. If you have enrolled in our current new and improved Roots of Herbalism Homestudy Course (released June 16, 2020), one season of Roots Roundtable classes is included in your package. *

 

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