Roots Roundtable Season 2022-2023
Roots Roundtable is a monthly gathering of herbalists who are currently enrolled in or have graduated from our Roots of Herbalism courses (whether live in-person or home study). We are setting the table and inviting you all to join us for the upcoming season between October 2022 and April of 2023. And new for this year, we are opening registration as a “Name Your Own Price” option (see more below).
We’ll host guest speakers, live Q&A sessions, and spend time connecting, collaborating, and building the Florida School of Holistic Living cohort!
Dates: Every 2nd Wednesday from October 12, 2022 through April 12, 2023
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Online via Zoom
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Suggested price: $35.00
New for 2022! We are offering Roots Roundtable to all as a “Name Your Own Price” option. Our goal is to make Roots Roundtable accessible to everyone regardless of financial limitations. Please consider making a donation of any amount. This funding helps us to maintain and provide this service to the community. We recommend a donation between $20 and $50, however no contribution is too small, and if you are unable to donate at this time, you may enter zero in the donation box.
What is it?
An opportunity to continue your education through collaboration, discussion, and connection with fellow herbalists.
Each month we’ll begin our meeting with a featured guest speaker to discuss our chosen herb to highlight. After discussion, and instruction on preparation and its related uses, we’ll open a Q&A session to allow you to bring your questions, concerns, and joys to the table.
Why join us?
It’s a chance to stay connected with former classmates, meet new herbal friends, and continue to support and be supported by our herbal community.
Plus, in addition to the monthly meetings, Roots Roundtable subscribers will have access to our full library of Materia Medica videos, PDFs, and e-books exclusively curated to help you build your relationships.
Meet Your Host Maggie O’Halloran
Maggie is the Executive Director for the Florida School of Holistic Living, an herbalist and educator in Central Florida. She comes from a large family where chaos was the norm. She always found peace outside watching things grow or climbing magnolia trees. She learned in her mother’s kitchen that the things you put in your mouth impact your mind and your body. Read More About Maggie…
Questions? Comments? Concerns? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help!