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Upcoming Classes

Rosalee presents classes and plant walks in her beloved small valley as well as internationally. 

Rosalee's Teaching Schedule for 2014


An Herbal Intensive in France, May 2014
May 24th - May 31st, 
Provence France


Ethnobotany in the Methow
March 10th, 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Twisp, WA

American Herbalist Guild Webinar
October 2014
Online





Rosalee's Teaching Schedule 2013

Spring Cleanse: A Yoga and Herbal Retreat
April 19th - 21st 2013
Methow Valley, WA


I am thrilled to announce our third annual herbal and yoga retreat. Awaken to the vitality of spring with a weekend of nourishing food, herbs and yogic presence. 

We will use food as medicine, preparing simple ayurvedic recipes and herbal teas, supplementing this with asana and pranayama practice, sauna time and silence. Support body and mind as we move into the season of heightened energy and activity! 







June  28th - 30th
Outside of Boston, MA


A Symposium to touch your heart and soul as well as mind and spirit, this gathering is for all people enraptured by the healing essence of herbs. The International Herb Symposium offers herbal enthusiasts an incredible opportunity to learn from the worlds leading experts in botanical medicine and herbal lore. Whether a novice or advanced in your herbal interests, the Symposium offers classes, workshops, panel discussions and learning experiences to touch every level of your being.







July 26th - 28th
Alberta Canada

The only problem you are going to have during the weekend is: How do I choose which workshops to take? Friday evening we open with a traditional First Nation Ceremony. Saturday morning, you can get up for a  group meditation or sleep in. In any case, it's a busy day. You can take up to 4 of the 12 workshops or plant walks offered during the day. Then Saturday night, we have fun under the stars! Perhaps a little drumming, dancing, getting to know people. 



Food as Medicine at Harmony Fields
August 17 - 18th
Bellingham, WA


This is a weekend workshop focused on the relationship between plants and personal health. The first day will focus on harvesting and eating wild plants. Activities include a plant identification walk, harvesting demonstration and information on regional plant families of wild edibles. Rosalee will be joined by her husband, Xavier, a wild foods expert. 

On day two, Rosalee will focus on cultivated foods, healthy digestion and explore the powerful benefits of herbs and spices. Cooking demonstration included. 

Open to all levels
Tuition: $95.00


American Herbalist Guild Symposium
November 8th - 10th
Bend, Oregon



I'll be teaching Authentic Marking for Herbalist at the AHG symposium. More details will be listed soon. 









If you are interested in hosting Rosalee for an herbal presentation you can contact her by email. 
She is currently scheduling for 2014 and 2015. 



Further information can be found at this link










Rosalee's informative videos, articles and webinar presentations can be found every day on HerbMentor.com

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