"My approach to teaching herbal studies is not about the medicine, it’s not about finding a cure or becoming a great healer, instead it is about opening and developing a stronger connection to nature, to spirit, and to our highest self. To re-establish this ancient and vital path, we must recognize that the power of the plant kingdom lies not in its ability to alter consciousness or to heal, but rather in its silence and simplicity of being.” -Courtney L. Hall

 

workshops 2018/2019

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

october

immune boosting herbs for fall health

Sunday October 14th / 5pm-7:30pm

Please join certified herbalist Courtney L. Hall for a 2 ½ hour class to celebrate the changing of the seasons.  She will show you how to properly make a decoction in the kitchen, meaning we will brew up a tea made of roots! We will spend time focusing on the properties of Valerian root, Echinacea root, and Dandelion root, and you will learn several natural remedies to deeply boost your immune system.. We will also set intentions for the winter ahead, and gently work with tarot as a tool of guidance and connection to self. Take home a handout, tea, and a card of your choosing.

$85 (space is limited)

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intensives

 

intermediate herbal studies

**Thank you! This series is full! **

Open only to students who have completed the beginner 6-week series, or study of equal value, with instructors permission.

Yahoo! Time to get dirty! This hands-on 4-week series is an extension of the 6-week intensive.  We will be outdoors for each class, planting, harvesting, digging, making medicine, and connecting deeply to the living spirits of the plant kingdom. As we will be working with and learning from several plants growing abundantly at Sang Lee Farms, each student will also choose one plant to connect with on a deeper, more personal level. We will focus greatly on plant-spirit communication, (sitting in meditation with several live plants), sustainable harvesting, and intuitive medicine making. Students will also take it a step further this series, learning how to identify and treat certain ailments in one another, even making medicine for the other.  Here students will be paired up, and each week will spend some time healing one another from a clinical and intuitive position. 

Dates

Saturday Mornings

September 22nd / 9am-Noon

September 29th / 9am-Noon

October 6th / 9am-Noon

October 13th / 9am-1pm

$590  (Includes $100 materials fee; you will take home several plants, a garden box, and an abundance of plant medicine.) 

 

BEGINNEr herbal studies program

5 weeks / 18 hours / JANUARY 2019 / Start off the new year right!

Ok everyone! Thank you so much for your patience! The dates are set and registration will be open the week of 9/24/2018

Thursday evenings:

January 10th 5:30-8:30pm

January 17th 5-8:30pm

January 24th 5-9pm

January 31st 5-8:30pm

February 7th 5-9pm (final class with potluck celebration)

In this 20 hour series Courtney L. Hall of Sang Lee Farms will guide you through a wholesome, joyful, and hands-on approach to living a more mindful and healthy life by means of connecting with plants as food and medicine. This series will focus heavily on self-care and the importance of sourcing, preparing, and taking the time to treat and cook oneself nourishing therapeutic remedies. You will take home teas, tinctures, oils, salves, recipes, and more, but even more importantly  you will leave knowing how to better care for yourself utilizing simple, all-natural practices that rest beneath your very feet.

Winter on long Island is a perfect time of year to dive deep and learn about the many facets of plant medicine and self-healing.  We will stay warm and busy this winter crafting teas, tinctures, oils, and salves in our certified kitchen! Focusing topics include but are not limited to: 

CURRICULUM:

Materia Medica: medicinal properties and origins of herbs

Medicine Making and Formulating: hand-crafting your own oil, tincture, and salve

Infusions and decoctions (making teas)

Body systems and contraindications

Proper dosage and application of herbs

Actions of herbs

Root medicine

Liver Health -herbs to cleanse, support, protect, and nourish

Energy medicine / Flower essences (sitting in meditation with several plants)

Medicinal Mushrooms

Deep Immune boosting herbs

Female & Male Reproductive Health

Final potluck celebration

*Class size limited to maximize teacher student interaction & learning*

$840 (includes $100 materials fee)

Non-refundable deposit of $140 to hold your spot, and remaining $700 due 01/03/2019

 

Earth Immersion: Spring 2018

**This series is full. Please fill out interest form below for spring 2019 Earth Immersion. 

Please join me in this 6 month course as we plant ourselves into earth based healing and ceremony. We will meet once a month for 5 months, and conclude with a personal medicine walk at month 6. Each class will take place in the woods and includes moderate hiking, sun exposure, and an open heart!

curriculum

plant-spirit meditation

flower essences

crafting ceremonial buckskin beaded medicine pouches

creating paho (traditional cornmeal offerings)

harvesting and wrapping smudge bundles

positive prayer, ritual, and altar work

enhancing intuition with plants

wild plant identification

connecting with animal medicine, in this course we will work with the ground turkey.

the final walkabout-an individual medicine walk where you will fast for several hours out in the wilderness by yourself.

final potluck celebration

dates: Saturday mornings 1 x a month for 6 months

April 21st 9am-12pm

May 5th 9am-12pm

June 9th 9am-12pm

July 14th 9am-12pm

August 4th 9am-12 pm

September 8th  The final walkabout 8am-3pm

September 15th Noon potluck celebration and sharing circle

This is a 6 month commitment, please fill out the form below if you have any questions!

$685 (includes 85$ in materials fee)

 

If you are interested in the JANUARY 2019 SANG LEE SERIES OF HERBAL STUDIES PROGRAM or THE SPRING 2019 EARTH IMMERSION PROGRAM, please fill out the interest form below!

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 Your herbal studies instructors; Karen Lee and Courtney Hall

Your herbal studies instructors; Karen Lee and Courtney Hall