We will sit with three anonymous herbs prepared as tea, opening us up to the teachings of the plant spirits through meditative journeying.
What is Plant Spirit Meditation?
Plants communicate with each of us every day in subtle non verbal ways (although it can be not-so-subtle + can appear as voices). Dropping into a meditative state can allow us the space to invite in + explore the messages the plants have to offer us.
Everyone experiences these messages in different ways, some visual, some auditory, others feel a tingling or warmth. After sitting with a plant, we will have the opportunity to share our experiences with each other which is often a mind-blowing, empowering experience for all.
Join herbalists, Chanelle (NC), Emma (MA) + Mindy (RI) for an evening of Autumnal remedies + rituals!
In this class we will explore herbs + practices that can support oneself during the shift into the cooler months.
Through plant spirit meditation, hands-on medicine making + a take-home booklet full of suggestions, participants will leave class with a cornucopia of ideas of how to weave herbs, foods + magic into the chilly days to come.
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A Spark in the Snow is my first class in a year-long series. It will take place at 159 Sutton st. in Providence off of Broadway on Sunday 2/25 from 3-4:30. The cost of this class is $15-20. No one turned away for lack of funds.
The transition from February to March always seems to be a tough one. It can feel like spring is so close you can touch it, yet it is still very much winter.
This class will focus on exploring herbal remedies + rituals for common complaints this time of year: depression, exhaustion, lack of movement/sunshine, restlessness, etc. by working with warming adaptogens, carminatives, circulatory stimulants + nervines.
Students will be able to make a warming, mood supporting tea blend to bring home with them.