Courtney Lee Hall, BA, is a certified herbalist through the California School of Herbal Studies (500+hr. 2010), and a certified flower essence practitioner through Alaskan Essences (2014). Having much of her earlier training in western herbalism, she found her true calling when studying vibrational therapeutics (flower essences) in Alaska (2013). After completing one year of case studies, she received her practitioner certification in 2014. For her own healing as well as her clients, she now primarily treats using flower essences.
Beginning in 2012 Courtney studied for two years under a Cherokee native where she completed a traditional Lakota vision quest and sweat lodge training. This intense journey of healing through earth medicine has remained with her ever since, and now within all of her work, she focuses heavily on Native American energetics. She is passionate about getting out into nature as often as possible and leads a program called Earth Immersion each year where each class consists of being out in the woods, plant identification, plant-spirit communication, and self-reflection.
Her passion for alchemy continues to this day, and often you can find Courtney in the kitchen hand-crafting formulas to uplift, heal, and raise one's vibration.
She has been blessed to study under the following guides and herbalists: David Hoffmann, Karyn Sanders, Nunutsi Otterson, Matthew Wood, Terri Jensen, Karen Aguiar, Gail Julian, Doug Simons, Tracy Doe Heart, Magick Altman, and the late Steve Johnson.
She is dedicated to teaching and healing through nature, reconnecting people with spirit, and being a caretaker of this beautiful planet. Courtney has been in practice teaching, treating, and creating herbal medicines for 8 years. Today her primary focus is on teaching and working one on one with clients. She currently resides in Long Island, NY. She is available for private classes and consultations.