Classes are taught at Mountain Spirit, in the yurt on my land and in the fields around the area. At the end of each course there is a certificate of completion; this has been used in the local high school for class credits and also some colleges.
BEGINNING HERBAL APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
September 26th, 2018 thru March 27th, 2019
Accepting Students thru October 31st, 2018
Denise Joy/ Mountain Spirit Herbal Co.
About Apprentice Program:
Wednesdays: 10 am -12:30 pm
Herbal homework: We will review over 150 herbs, both fresh and dry
Hands on projects: Balms, tincture, soap-making gardening and more
Question answer and review of last week’s homework.
Certificate of completion
Basic medicine making class
Food herbs to help prevention of illness
Growing and cultivation of herbs in the Pacific Northwest
Woman’s herbs from menstruation trough menopause
Male herbs, herbal first aide, syrups, and much more.
After completing this course you will have a basic understanding of using herbs for your health and body needs. Healing common ailments for yourself and family members.Credits: for high school and also some colleges.
Special offer if paid by August 31: $1,000.00/yr.
1,100.00/ year fee
High school students 16 and older attend free limit 3.
Work trade is limited. Phone for more information.
Class will be in the shop on my land; in the fields around the area.
ADVANCED HERBAL APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
Class fee is $800. Payments or work-trade arrangements can be made. An interview is required before sign-up.
After completing this course you will have a basic understanding of using herbs for your health and body’s needs, and how to remedy basic ailments.
- Combination Herbal Remedy Making and Herbs for Prevention of Illness
- Growing and Cultivation of Herbs in the Pacific Northwest
- Women’s Herbs from Menstruation through Menopause
- Male Herbs
The class is conducted over four months. We will meet one afternoon a week from 2pm until 4ish. This is an intensive class. There will be some herbal remedy making but mostly working with combinations and their benefits, followed by question and answer time, and a review of last week’s herbal homework.