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Herbal Training: 7-Month Apprenticeship

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  • Full Name: Saci Spindler
  • Location: Salt Spring Island
  • Phone: 250.653.0068
  • Expires: 17 days, 14 hours

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    The Art & Traditions of Herbal Medicine
    Herbal Training Level 1

    Experience empowering Health Care.
    Practice time-honoured traditions.
    Become confident using botanical medicine.

    ~ systemic, in-depth study of Medicinal Herbology
    ~ plant identification
    ~ the art of harvesting, drying & storing
    ~ extensive materia medica & herb research
    ~ hands-on herbal preparation and formulation
    ~ comprehensive study of the organ systems & corresponding herbal therapies
    ~ empowering health care
    ~ herbal first aid
    ~ natural cosmetics and skin care
    ~ earth ceremony & awareness

    Begins Sunday, April 8th and one Sunday of each month
    including two weekend immersions in July & Aug.
    Tuition ~ $1,500 ($1,400 if paid before March 10th)
    Inquire about payment plans and scholarships.
    Location ~ Salt Spring Island
    Contact ~ Saci Spindler @ 250-653-0068 (Saci will reply to phone messages after Feb. 23rd)

    * local catered meals, wood-fired Cedar sauna,
    walk to beach & nature reserve.

    Saci Spindler is a Community Herbalist & Wellness Consultant who has been working with botanical medicine for over 18 years. Her experience is rooted in reverence for the natural world where she draws upon the wisdom of the plants to guide others to deepen their relationship with body, mind and Spirit. Saci teaches from her botanical sanctuary on Salt Spring Island, BC.

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