Dive into the magical world of art & natural wellness.* Workshop schedules rotate monthly & change seasonally
Offered seasonally (Autumn)
Forest Explorer Workshop | Beginner Friendly
Instructor: Jacquelyn Miccolis | Included: 2 hours of instruction & supplies
Age Group: Best suited for adults
(Participants under 19 require guardian accompaniment - 2 tickets)
Price: $65 + tax
Nature is truly magical, and there are so many fascinating aspects worth exploring. During this workshop we will observe and examine real plant specimens using a magnify glass and with guidance, you will practice recording and sketching with annotated notes.
In addition to verbal instruction, Jacquelyn has prepared beautiful booklets to act as a visual guide, as we learn about wildcrafting, herbaria, foraging and the beautiful world of botany. * Please note that the booklets are for in-studio use only.
This unique workshop was specially developed to combine both an artistic and scientific perspective of herbaria. This is a crash course for nature lovers and those who have the desire to connect with nature on a more intimate level.
Last but not least, participants will receive a pocket sized eco-friendly sketch book to take home and use for future nature exploring!
Topics we will cover:
- Responsible foraging
- Preserving plants for artistic purposes
- Botany basics
- Nature Journaling
🌿 Herbarium (plural: herbaria) is a collection of preserved plant specimens and associated data used for scientific study.
🌿 Annotated Sketch: is a detailed sketch that is label with critical dimensions, notes, and symbols.
🌿 Botany: The scientific study of plants
This workshop is not currently being offered
Everyday Herbalism Workshop | LVL 1 - Beginner Friendly
Instructor: Amanda Palmer| Included: 2 hours of instruction & supplies
Age Group: Adult Workshop
Price: $65 + hst
Health is an ever-changing balance, and each of us encounters our own challenges, whether it be emotional, physical or spiritual. Herbs can be incorporated into everyday living, to help address and soothe our flare-ups in all of these areas of life. One of the wonderful things about herbalism is that it's easily accessible, as it can often be found in our own back yards and other local dwellings.
Moon Beam has many years of experience in using herbs to find balance in her own life - and has been blessed with a small handful of years working in health food establishments, where she shared her love and knowledge with others. Educating people from all walks of life about the uses of herbal supplements, to help them embark on their journey to wellness.
Currently enrolled with the Wild Rose College of Natural Healing. She is currently completing a course in Practical Herbalism. Moon Beam is so delighted to have the opportunity to share our space and spread her knowledge around holistic health, with other herbal dabblers and enthusiasts!
Whether you are already familiar with the benefits of herbal medicine or are just beginning your journey of natural healing, we hope that you will join us for an afternoon of fun and exploration.
During this workshop we will begin with taking a few minutes to share with each other, what inspires us to want to learn and/or grow herbs. Then proceeding, we will discuss the identification and ethical harvesting of two well-known medicinal herbs that can be found right here within the HRM!
Following this is when the fun really begins, participants will each make their own tinctures to take home! Learn about making simple folk tincture and about the medicinal applications for them.