Herbs as Teachers – Plant Spirit Immersion Days
Herbs make brilliant teachers. And as herbs and humans have been in conscious relationship for thousands of years (our disconnect is relatively new), they are the easiest allies to begin any plant spirit communion adventure with.
In these outdoor herbal immersion days, we’ll be re-membering this wisdom that lies deep in our ancestry.
Come play, deepen and reunite with the devas and nature spirits, the trees, the wind, the water, the earth, flowers and fairies.
Through plant connection and immersion, shamanic practices, sound healing, song, and herbal preparations, come and awaken to the magic of herbs, nature spirits and the immense wisdom that lies all around us within nature.
Plant spirit communication
Cocreative, sustainable relationships with plant folk
Herbal preparations (sometimes)
Some will be focused around one herb, others around a theme.
Next Date: Coming Soon in April 2023
Near Mullumbimby (address given on registration)
Intimate circle. Limited numbers. Book early to avoid disappointment.
We’ll be outside all day, so you will need to bring a mat to sit on and clothes/hats and water to suit. In the event of heavy rain, workshop will be postponed.
Materials and morning tea included. BYO lunch.
$177 (this includes access to 2 short online modules to broaden and support your experience)
$125 for those who’ve previously completed a course in plant spirit communication, shamanic herbalism, or herbal alchemy with me.
Non refundable deposit of $60 to reserve your place.
Heidi has a 25 year background in herbs and homeopathy and has long been drawn to the direct experience of listening to the plants for their magic. Over the last 20 years, she’s held courses in herbal alchemy, plant wisdom, nature connection, a homeopathic butterfly proving, and deep pregnancy journey circles. In all of these, the focus has been on the embodied wisdom aspect of direct, inner knowing using a variety of shamanic deepening practices and plant spirit communication. She is passionate about changing the world from the roots up, by encouraging deeper connection with nature, the earth and shifting our interaction with it to a more co-creative one. Author of Wild Flower Walker: A Pilgrimage to Nature on the Bibbulmun Track, she has also worked as a midwife, homeopath and craniosacral bodyworker.