Programs and Paths
The Wildflower School offers introductory to advanced programs in holistic herbal medicine. We have options for people to join, no matter where they are on their herbal path. Your path at the Wildflower School focuses on all things herbal and green and information that is generally not found in books. We honor oral traditions and clinical experience and firmly believe in offering onsite experiential learning. In classes, the science of herbalism is carefully balanced with the art and energetic realms to offer the student a well-rounded herbal perspective. Our programs can be quite rigorous and require dedication with the understanding that we are all busy and may have other responsibilities like work and families while attending. The programs center around a traditional, holistic western perspective incorporating Greek Medicine and Physiomedicalism and Eclecticism and with influences from other traditional lineages. Read more about the school here
Option 1 Practicing Herbcraft Advanced Clinical Herbalist Program. Over 575 hours, held one time a year beginning in January and ending in December of the same year. No class June-August. Read more about this program here
Option 2 Community Herbcraft Intermediate Program. Over 300 hours, held one time a year beginning in January and ending in May. Read More about the Program Here
Option 3 Home and Family Herbcraft Introductory Program. About 100 hours of both online and onsite work(flexible). Held 3 times a year. Read more about the program here
Option 4 Online Studies Foundational 10 part program which may be used as preparation for one of our other programs.
Our programs are concurrent to one another and build upon eachother. You must complete the Introductory Program to be able to take the Community Herbcraft, and complete Community Herbcraft to take Clinical. There may be options for testing out so please inquire if you feel your prior training may be adequate.
“Nicole has a casual style of teaching that is well informed, interesting, and a pleasure to hear. She generously shares her passion and knowledge of herbalism and offers many options for furthering your education on the subject. She is conscientious and respectful in regard to harvesting and wild crafting and emphasizes its necessity in the future of herbalism. I wasnt sure about taking the entire series of intensives until the first day of class and decided without reservations that I would be remiss not to take advantage of having such an enthusiastic, knowledgeable and dedicated teacher as Nicole.”
- Nancy Eldridge
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