For more details see Wild Medicine Apprenticeship!
This is going to be a fun course! The first day will involve creating your very own willow basket and the following will be filling it with herbs and then medicines. Seasonal and wonderful. Email or call me for me details. Amy
Our second Rewilding the Everyday is running due to popular demand! We will start in June and finish in February 2020. If you’d like more info please call me or email.
Be lovely to have you on this sensory, experiential herbal and Sacred Land Walking, all things rewilding course. We are maintaining the earlybird price! Now […]
Our beautiful facial oil is now ready to buy! It’s made of a labour of love and many years of experience between myself and wild beauty expert Bec Crisp from Wild Spirit Naturally. Bec is a facials and natural cosmetics and skincare professional who wanted to create a beautiful facial oil for all skin types […]
[ March 23, 2019 10:00 am to November 2, 2019 10:00 am. ]
This course is a beauty. 5 days of herbalising and rewilding, sacred land walking and connecting with heart, land, plant. It is for anyone, regardless of your knowledge.
We welcome all body abilities but if you struggle to walk, let us know and we can arrange a sacred land session that doesn’t involve walking a lot […]
[ June 30, 2018; 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. ] We have an amazing one day workshop for you all!
Super experienced herbalist Elisabeth Brooke is coming to lead an immersive deep plant medicine workshop focusing on our connection with plants and understanding of plant medicine. It promises to be a beautiful day held in the woods of these Cotswold slopes (if it rains we will […]
[ March 11, 2018 2:00 pm to October 7, 2018 4:00 pm. ] A new course that brings knowledge of the amazing relationship between plants and people through the seasons. Experiential and practical with community and sharing in mind. Perfect for beginners and intermediates alike. Continue reading
[ May 20, 2017; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. ] Foraging workshop! Come along and learn how to identify and use (ethically) wild medicines. Continue reading
I am starting to put together my studies for herbs and their effects on the body – the physiological effect that plants have are the most obvious way of *knowing* that they work. The emotional and spiritual effects of plants are well known, if not all over the science papers out there… harder to *prove* […]
I love reading the words of this ‘upstart late bloomer herbalist’ (is there such a thing as an upstart herbalist!?). This post is about ethical foraging or even something deeper that perhaps this society might never really find again.
It’s that balance between utilising the gifts of the land – that’s how we live – and […]