Herbalism Workshop: Making Herbal Syrup

February 6, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Peace Center
102 E Maple Ave
Langhorne, PA 19047
$45 per person or 2 people for $80

Join us for this special Winter Make and Take Herbal Gathering!
This workshop provides :
~Discussion of the medicine of two Herbs which support the respiratory system and immune system
~Demo of how to create an Herbal Syrup
~Partaking in final steps of making the syrup and taking home your OWN Herbal Syrup!

The intention of this workshop is to build connection to the practice and art of our ancestors, the plant medicine world, and empower you to make medicines from the earth. This is a limited gathering of 20 participants and pre-registration is required. Bring a measuring cup and a journal or notebook. All other supplies are included. Herbs at this workshop are not to be taken during pregnancy, but of course all mamas are welcome! Syrups are made with honey. If you have already attended the recent herbal workshop offerings, this is a perfect follow-up, if you wanted to but they were filled, now is your chance!  Open to all – beginners to herbalism and beyond!

$45 per person or 2 people for $80

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jessie-herbal-workshopJessie Baldassari is a traveling herbalist, musician, and yoga teacher. Her passion lies in weaving healing spaces with plant medicine, song, and free flowing body movement. Her intention is to create ceremony and ritual that create empowerment, self care, and freedom of expression.  Her education has led her to study with 7Song at the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine where she learned botany, materia medica, and herbal first aid. She has interned at the herbal medicine company, Herb Pharm in Williams, Oregon and continues her studies with Paul Bergner’s clinical herbalism classes. She has studied with healers in Peru and Costa Rica, trained in yoga with the Sivananda Ashram in 2009 and has completed a wilderness skills intensive with Primitive Pursuits. She believes in the power of creating community with each other and the earth. She offers herbal consultations, medicine making classes, song circles and yoga classes. When she isn’t wildcrafting and making medicine in the valley of southern Oregon, you may find her playing music in Ithaca, New York or visiting family in Newtown, Pennsylvania.
Jessie Baldassari