"Since meeting Courtney this past fall, I've completed three of her classes.  I'm in awe of her unlimited enthusiasm, the depth and scope of her knowledge and most importantly, "her open heart".  She seems to never tire of sharing information. I've incorporated plant medicine in my life on a daily bases with beneficial teas and healthy menu planning.  Again, thank you." -Mary R.  (Intensive student) 

workshops 2019

As of January 2019, I have logged in over 250 hours of teaching!


APRIL 11th and 12th 2019, Thursday and Friday evening

Part 1- Introduction to plant medicine Thursday 5:30-7pm $35

This class will discuss the many different types of plant medicine available today; tinctures, teas, flower essences, capsules, essential oils, hydrosols, etc.  We will pass around samples, and Courtney will explain the pros and cons of each, along with how and when to use them. We will discuss ways to enhance the magic and potency of these plants by exploring the actions of herbs, their energetics, and our own body constitutions. Wonderful for beginners and advanced students too!

Part 2- Plant-Spirit Circle- All about Flower essences Friday 5:30-8:30pm $105

This will be an in-depth experiential class discussing vibrational therapeutics via flower essence therapy.  Students will learn all about flower essences, what they are, how they are made, and how they work.  They will then sit in several intervals of meditation, each time with a different flower.  We will share our experiences, journal, and each student will take home a flower essence to work with. (These are not essential oils.)

Register for both classes (recommended) and save $20.

In Montauk, NY at the Deborah Thompson Day Spa

Call (631) 668-4815 to reserve your spot, as space is limited to 10 students

I will not resume teaching again until the fall (of 2019). If you are interested in putting together a program, ceremony, or class, please contact me and we will set something up for the fall. I look forward to sharing with you, and walking beside you.

"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 Lee Hall