05-30-2021 - Potion Crafting for Healing & Herbal Reciprocity
Connecting with our mental, spiritual, and physical bodies helps us to better understand what we need from nature. When we know what we need, we can then better understand what we are asking of the elements when we make potions for self and community care.
In this workshop, we will gather and learn to connect with our intentions into a collaborative agreement with plant medicine and energetics, particularly when embarking on your potion making journey. Students will participate in a guided meditation, and learn to explore potion formulation. Gain rich insight around key herbs for seasonal potion crafting and basic chemistry, as well as how to preserve your potions and get the most out of them.
All registered participants will receive a specialized PDF after the workshop containing key information, as well as 7-day access to video replay.
Topics will include:
- Land stewardship
- Potion crafting for the seasons
- Reciprocal relationships between practitioner and plant
- Magical practice + herbs
- The energetics of medicine
- Ancestral healing and herbalism
- a journal to take notes
- all your wonderful thoughts to share and questions to ask
This is a LIVE digital event with a 1 week replay video post class. Due to this, no refunds are available.
- This is a live workshop, with a recording available for 1 week sent out to all registered participants.
- All workshops include live close captioning for the hard of hearing. Should you also require ASL interpretation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Buying this course as a gift? Please include recipient’s email address during checkout.
- We use Zoom for online workshops - please have the app downloaded if using a phone.
- Enrollment is accepted up until the day of the event.
- All participants are responsible for sourcing their own materials for this workshop.
- Technical difficulties on the attendees end (sound issues, tardiness, wifi connection, video cut out, etc) do not entitle attendees to a refund. We recommend signing on 10 minutes early to sort out any issues.
- Seagrape does not offer guidance around computer or Zoom usage, though we do send out a link including instructions on how to use Zoom 24 hours prior to all workshops.
- Honor the privacy of others; what is said and shared in a workshop is not meant to share outside of the workshop except for what instructors give permission to share.
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About the instructor:
Letty Chichitonyolotli Martinez, owner of Flying Dogheart Farm- is Coahuiltican, born in San Antonio, Raised in Chicago, a Veteran of the United States Navy, formerly a public health worker, turned herb farmer and land, food, and racial justice activist; lives in Multnomah territory and farms on Wapato Island(commonly known as Sauvie’s Island). Letty works in relationship with medicinal and traditional food plants, makes holistic herbal remedies for people and their dogs and farms in collective in the Raceme (Ray-Ceem) Farm Collective with other Black and Brown Farmers. Website: www.dogheart.org www.racemefarmers.org Instagram: @flyingdogheart