Workshops

Tea Blending Workshop (Sat, Feb 4, 6pm-7pm): In this hands-on workshop, we’ll go over the medicinal qualities of common and tasty tea herbs! Learn traditional uses for peppermint, lemon balm, fennel, chamomile, catnip, rose, and more, then mix your own herbs to make your signature tea. Each participant will make two teas, one infusion and one decoction. $25 per person. 1/5 spots available.

Tea Blending Workshop (Sun, Feb 19, 12pm-1pm): In this hands-on workshop, we’ll go over the medicinal qualities of common and tasty tea herbs! Learn traditional uses for peppermint, lemon balm, fennel, chamomile, catnip, rose, and more, then mix your own herbs to make your signature tea. Each participant will make two teas, one infusion and one decoction. $25 per person. FULL.

Fire Cider Workshop (Fri, Feb 24, 6pm-7pm): Fire Cider is a famous folk remedy used traditionally for cold & flu season. We’ll each make our own unique fire cider recipe, learn about vinegar extracts, and go over some great fire cider herbs. Each guest will bring home an 8oz jar of their fire cider. $30 per person. 5/5 spots available.

Extract Making Workshop (Sun Feb 26 2023, 11am-1pm): Let’s learn the different methods of making extractions! Each guest will make their own tincture to take home, along with a turmeric tincture that we’ll press together. Cost is $49 to cover supplies. Email me at info@sheephillherbals.com to reserve your spot. 4/5 spots available.

Vinegar Extract Workshop (Fri, Feb 24, 6pm-7pm): Vinegar is a unique extract menstruum that can make adding herbs to your diet easy! We’ll go over vinegar extracts, the herbs that work great in vinegar, and some tasty vinegar recipes. Each guest will bring home an 8oz jar of their vinegar extract. $30 per person. 5/5 spots available.

Tea Blending Workshop (Sun, Mar 5, 12pm-1pm): In this hands-on workshop, we’ll go over the medicinal qualities of common and tasty tea herbs! Learn traditional uses for peppermint, lemon balm, fennel, chamomile, catnip, rose, and more, then mix your own herbs to make your signature tea. Each participant will make two teas, one infusion and one decoction. $25 per person. 5/5 spots available.

Practical Herbalism (Sat, March 11, 12pm-1pm): In this workshop, we’ll introduce the concept of “energetics” and why it’s important to think about herbs from this perspective. We’ll talk about the Five Flavors of Chinese Medicine and the Six Flavors of Ayurveda, other tastes beyond these, and what they mean while we taste different herbs. Email me at info@sheephillherbals.com to register. $25 per person. 5/5 spots available.

Practical Herbalism (Fri, March 24, 6pm-7pm): In this workshop, we’ll introduce the concept of “energetics” and why it’s important to think about herbs from this perspective. We’ll talk about the Five Flavors of Chinese Medicine and the Six Flavors of Ayurveda, other tastes beyond these, and what they mean while we taste different herbs. Email me at info@sheephillherbals.com to register. $25 per person. 5/5 spots available.

The Kitchen Witch’s Cupboard (Sun, Mar 26, 12pm-1pm): In this remote workshop, we’ll talk about some common kitchen herbs and their health benefits. The best place to start studying herbalism is with our most common herbs! $12 per person. Registration will open in March. Via Zoom.

Flower Pressing Workshop (April/May dates to be announced in March!): What’s an herbarium, and how can we make our own?! In this workshop, we’ll take a stroll through Boonton Falls and talk about ethical plant gathering. Then we’ll head back to the shop and press our own flower or herb specimens from my garden. Each guest will go home with their own 12″x18″ flower pressing kit. $59 per person. 5 spots available per date.

Plant Walk at the Tourne (Date TBD): Join me in the spring for my first plant walk in years! Details will be posted in 2023.

Making of a Witch (Fall 2023, exact Date TBD): Why is witchcraft so popular, and what is the historical and political significance of “the witch”? In this remote workshop, we’ll celebrate wise women and discuss why they were depicted as witches, review the legacy of the 16th and 17th century witch-hunts, and talk about ongoing “witch-hunts” (gender-based murders) that continue to this day. Put on your political theory hats, but don’t worry, we’ll do our best to keep this workshop fun and informative!

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