Feb
25
7:00 PM19:00

ERIE: Peer Integration Circle

This event is hosted by ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, & Education). Have you had an entheogenic (psychedelic) experience that you want to discuss? Well, come connect with a peer based community of fellow explorers, as we each lend an ear and reflect on the extraordinary nature of transpersonal experiences. For more information and to register, click here.

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Feb
28
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Mar
21
6:00 PM18:00

EntheoLounge

with Jess Daily and Elena Roemer

Come on an Ethnobotanical exploration of sacred plant medicine. This class will be a study of different psychoactive herbs from around the world that alter consciousness and have played a role in influencing culture. Botany, pharmacology, and traditional practices will be discussed alongside a personal encounter through ingestion and meditation. We will explore the uses of entheogenic plants like Blue lily, Kava Kava, Mugwort, and Cacao for healing and spiritual development, and how to work with them at home.

What we will offer in the class

  • Pharmacology/Botany

  • History cultivation/cultural/rites and ritual/use

  • Experience power of the plants- personal empowerment with plants

  • How to use this plant for personal use

Dates

Thurs Jan 24th - Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris/argyi)

Thurs Feb 21 - Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)

Thurs March 21 - Blue Lily (Nymphaea cearulea)

Tues April 23 - Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

Thurs May 30 - Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Thurs June 27 - Cacao (Theobroma cacao)

Suggested donation of $20-$30 with no one turned away for lack of funds

We are very happy to offer a package price for complete study. If you would like to come on a plant journey once per month and commit to the study of working with plants that work on the body, mind, and spirit we will be offering 6-months of study for $108. 

Please RSVP as space is limited

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Mar
28
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Apr
11
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Apr
23
6:00 PM18:00

EntheoLounge

with Jess Daily and Elena Roemer

Come on an Ethnobotanical exploration of sacred plant medicine. This class will be a study of different psychoactive herbs from around the world that alter consciousness and have played a role in influencing culture. Botany, pharmacology, and traditional practices will be discussed alongside a personal encounter through ingestion and meditation. We will explore the uses of entheogenic plants like Blue lily, Kava Kava, Mugwort, and Cacao for healing and spiritual development, and how to work with them at home.

What we will offer in the class

  • Pharmacology/Botany

  • History cultivation/cultural/rites and ritual/use

  • Experience power of the plants- personal empowerment with plants

  • How to use this plant for personal use

Dates

Thurs Jan 24th - Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris/argyi)

Thurs Feb 21 - Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)

Thurs March 21 - Blue Lily (Nymphaea cearulea)

Tues April 23 - Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

Thurs May 30 - Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Thurs June 27 - Cacao (Theobroma cacao)

Suggested donation of $20-$30 with no one turned away for lack of funds

We are very happy to offer a package price for complete study. If you would like to come on a plant journey once per month and commit to the study of working with plants that work on the body, mind, and spirit we will be offering 6-months of study for $108. 

Please RSVP as space is limited

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Apr
25
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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May
4
10:00 AM10:00

ERIE: Integrating Psychedelic Experiences: Daylong Workshop

The daylong workshop provides an opportunity to dive deeper into individual work. The group will be limited to 12-14 participants, to allow for a safe, intimate container to have more in-depth conversations about the principles of integration. Mary and Julie will facilitate discussion, mindfulness practices, and activities throughout the day to guide participants through their integration process. Julie and Mary draw upon their wisdom as licensed clinicians, plant medicine experiences,
dietas, and spiritual practices.

**This is an integration group, and does not promote, facilitate, or require the use of entheogens.

Facilitators:

Julie D. Megler, MSN, NP-BC is a licensed family medicine and psychiatric nurse practitioner. She is co-founder of Sage Integrative Health, a multidisciplinary health and wellness clinic in Berkeley, California. She is also chair of the board of directors of ERIE. Her dedication to entheogens has been inspired by her own first hand experience of healing and creative inspiration. Julie has discovered that plant medicine is best practiced when appropriately supported, and it has become part of her path to give back to the community by sharing and expanding on the guidance she has been lucky enough to receive along the way. Learn more about Julie at: sageintegrativehealth.org & erievision.org

Mary McDermott, MFT, LPCC, CYT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and professional clinical counselor as well as a Yin yoga teacher. She is also certified as a psychedelic assisted therapist through CIIS. Mary has devoted meditation practice with her teacher Jennifer Welwood, and a long a dedicated relationship to entheogens. Combining her knowledge, practice, and experience she helps people heal the wounds of trauma and integrate their unresolved emotional material. There are many guides on the path and in honoring her own teachers, Mary is grateful to share what has been given her. To learn more about Mary visit: mcdermott-therapy.com

Julie and Mary have been working in collaboration over the last 2 years facilitating workshops with ERIE, and as integration facilitators for The Temple of the Way of Light's (an ayahuasca retreat center in Iquitos, Peru).

Price: $135 / person

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May
30
6:00 PM18:00

EntheoLounge

with Jess Daily and Elena Roemer

Come on an Ethnobotanical exploration of sacred plant medicine. This class will be a study of different psychoactive herbs from around the world that alter consciousness and have played a role in influencing culture. Botany, pharmacology, and traditional practices will be discussed alongside a personal encounter through ingestion and meditation. We will explore the uses of entheogenic plants like Blue lily, Kava Kava, Mugwort, and Cacao for healing and spiritual development, and how to work with them at home.

What we will offer in the class

  • Pharmacology/Botany

  • History cultivation/cultural/rites and ritual/use

  • Experience power of the plants- personal empowerment with plants

  • How to use this plant for personal use

Dates

Thurs Jan 24th - Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris/argyi)

Thurs Feb 21 - Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)

Thurs March 21 - Blue Lily (Nymphaea cearulea)

Tues April 23 - Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

Thurs May 30 - Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Thurs June 27 - Cacao (Theobroma cacao)

Suggested donation of $20-$30 with no one turned away for lack of funds

We are very happy to offer a package price for complete study. If you would like to come on a plant journey once per month and commit to the study of working with plants that work on the body, mind, and spirit we will be offering 6-months of study for $108. 

Please RSVP as space is limited

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Jun
27
6:00 PM18:00

EntheoLounge

with Jess Daily and Elena Roemer

Come on an Ethnobotanical exploration of sacred plant medicine. This class will be a study of different psychoactive herbs from around the world that alter consciousness and have played a role in influencing culture. Botany, pharmacology, and traditional practices will be discussed alongside a personal encounter through ingestion and meditation. We will explore the uses of entheogenic plants like Blue lily, Kava Kava, Mugwort, and Cacao for healing and spiritual development, and how to work with them at home.

What we will offer in the class

  • Pharmacology/Botany

  • History cultivation/cultural/rites and ritual/use

  • Experience power of the plants- personal empowerment with plants

  • How to use this plant for personal use

Dates

Thurs Jan 24th - Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris/argyi)

Thurs Feb 21 - Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)

Thurs March 21 - Blue Lily (Nymphaea cearulea)

Tues April 23 - Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

Thurs May 30 - Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Thurs June 27 - Cacao (Theobroma cacao)

Suggested donation of $20-$30 with no one turned away for lack of funds

We are very happy to offer a package price for complete study. If you would like to come on a plant journey once per month and commit to the study of working with plants that work on the body, mind, and spirit we will be offering 6-months of study for $108. 

Please RSVP as space is limited

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Feb
21
6:00 PM18:00

EntheoLounge

with Jess Daily and Elena Roemer

Come on an Ethnobotanical exploration of sacred plant medicine. This class will be a study of different psychoactive herbs from around the world that alter consciousness and have played a role in influencing culture. Botany, pharmacology, and traditional practices will be discussed alongside a personal encounter through ingestion and meditation. We will explore the uses of entheogenic plants like Blue lily, Kava Kava, Mugwort, and Cacao for healing and spiritual development, and how to work with them at home.

What we will offer in the class

  • Pharmacology/Botany

  • History cultivation/cultural/rites and ritual/use

  • Experience power of the plants- personal empowerment with plants

  • How to use this plant for personal use

Dates

Thurs Jan 24th - Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris/argyi)

Thurs Feb 21 - Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)

Thurs March 21 - Blue Lily (Nymphaea cearulea)

Tues April 23 - Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

Thurs May 30 - Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Thurs June 27 - Cacao (Theobroma cacao)

Suggested donation of $20-$30 with no one turned away for lack of funds

We are very happy to offer a package price for complete study. If you would like to come on a plant journey once per month and commit to the study of working with plants that work on the body, mind, and spirit we will be offering 6-months of study for $108. 

Please RSVP as space is limited

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Feb
18
6:45 PM18:45

Meditation Group

Mindfulness, Loving-Kindness, and Compassion meditations offer well-being and open-hearted awareness, and grow our capacity to be with both inner and outer difficulty.

Devon Cortright has been studying meditation for 17 years. He has been on seven months of silent meditation retreats with Buddhist and Yogic teachers. He has found profound, often surprising gifts from meditation, and hopes to pass on this ancient practice to others who may benefit. Devon is a psychotherapist in private practice collecting his hours toward licensure, under Arvin Paul PSY25663.

Cost is by donation. Suggested donation $10 - $20, with no one turned away for lack of funds.

 

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Feb
14
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Feb
4
6:45 PM18:45

Meditation Group

Mindfulness, Loving-Kindness, and Compassion meditations offer well-being and open-hearted awareness, and grow our capacity to be with both inner and outer difficulty.

Devon Cortright has been studying meditation for 17 years. He has been on seven months of silent meditation retreats with Buddhist and Yogic teachers. He has found profound, often surprising gifts from meditation, and hopes to pass on this ancient practice to others who may benefit. Devon is a psychotherapist in private practice collecting his hours toward licensure, under Arvin Paul PSY25663.

Cost is by donation. Suggested donation $10 - $20, with no one turned away for lack of funds.

 

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Jan
31
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Jan
28
6:45 PM18:45

Meditation Group

Mindfulness, Loving-Kindness, and Compassion meditations offer well-being and open-hearted awareness, and grow our capacity to be with both inner and outer difficulty.

Devon Cortright has been studying meditation for 17 years. He has been on seven months of silent meditation retreats with Buddhist and Yogic teachers. He has found profound, often surprising gifts from meditation, and hopes to pass on this ancient practice to others who may benefit. Devon is a psychotherapist in private practice collecting his hours toward licensure, under Arvin Paul PSY25663.

Cost is by donation. Suggested donation $10 - $20, with no one turned away for lack of funds.

 

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Jan
24
6:00 PM18:00

EntheoLounge

with Jess Daily and Elena Roemer

Come on an Ethnobotanical exploration of sacred plant medicine. This class will be a study of different psychoactive herbs from around the world that alter consciousness and have played a role in influencing culture. Botany, pharmacology, and traditional practices will be discussed alongside a personal encounter through ingestion and meditation. We will explore the uses of entheogenic plants like Blue lily, Kava Kava, Mugwort, and Cacao for healing and spiritual development, and how to work with them at home.

What we will offer in the class

  • Pharmacology/Botany

  • History cultivation/cultural/rites and ritual/use

  • Experience power of the plants- personal empowerment with plants

  • How to use this plant for personal use

Dates

Thurs Jan 24th - Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris/argyi)

Thurs Feb 21 - Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)

Thurs March 21 - Blue Lily (Nymphaea cearulea)

Tues April 23 - Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

Thurs May 30 - Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Thurs June 27 - Cacao (Theobroma cacao)

Suggested donation of $20-$30 with no one turned away for lack of funds

We are very happy to offer a package price for complete study. If you would like to come on a plant journey once per month and commit to the study of working with plants that work on the body, mind, and spirit we will be offering 6-months of study for $108. 

Please RSVP as space is limited

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Jan
22
7:00 PM19:00

ERIE: Peer Integration Circle

This event is hosted by ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, & Education). Have you had an entheogenic (psychedelic) experience that you want to discuss? Well, come connect with a peer based community of fellow explorers, as we each lend an ear and reflect on the extraordinary nature of transpersonal experiences. For more information and to register, click here.

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Jan
17
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Jan
14
6:45 PM18:45

Meditation Group

Mindfulness, Loving-Kindness, and Compassion meditations offer well-being and open-hearted awareness, and grow our capacity to be with both inner and outer difficulty.

Devon Cortright has been studying meditation for 17 years. He has been on seven months of silent meditation retreats with Buddhist and Yogic teachers. He has found profound, often surprising gifts from meditation, and hopes to pass on this ancient practice to others who may benefit. Devon is a psychotherapist in private practice collecting his hours toward licensure, under Arvin Paul PSY25663.

Cost is by donation. Suggested donation $10 - $20, with no one turned away for lack of funds.

 

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Jan
3
6:30 PM18:30

Womxn's Herbal Collective

Ongoing community circles to nourish, support, and empower all our non-binary, female and femme identified sisters, mothers, and grandmothers.

With the understanding that by caring well for ourselves and gathering in together we can strengthen and multiply our impact on our broader communities, cites, and society as a whole.

Join us for education and conversation surrounding herbal medicine and other wellness practices such as meditation, mindfulness techniques, and movement therapies; plus a warm and beautiful space to check in with yourself, mind and body.

Topics rotate from week to week. Please bring a journal and anything you might like to add to our communal alter.

Tea will be served!


$5-$20 sliding scale donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Dec
18
7:00 PM19:00

ERIE: Peer Integration Circle

This event is hosted by ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, & Education). Have you had an entheogenic (psychedelic) experience that you want to discuss? Well, come connect with a peer based community of fellow explorers, as we each lend an ear and reflect on the extraordinary nature of transpersonal experiences. For more information and to register, click here.

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Dec
17
6:45 PM18:45

Meditation Group

Mindfulness, Loving-Kindness, and Compassion meditations offer well-being and open-hearted awareness, and grow our capacity to be with both inner and outer difficulty.

Devon Cortright has been studying meditation for 17 years. He has been on seven months of silent meditation retreats with Buddhist and Yogic teachers. He has found profound, often surprising gifts from meditation, and hopes to pass on this ancient practice to others who may benefit. Devon is a psychotherapist in private practice collecting his hours toward licensure, under Arvin Paul PSY25663.

Cost is by donation. Suggested donation $10 - $20, with no one turned away for lack of funds.

 

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Dec
10
6:00 PM18:00

Women's Wise Health and Wellness

Women’s Bodies + Women’s Choices: Information + Support is Power. This is a group for all those who identify as women, exploring the areas of health and wellness. We will focus on some leading women’s health issues including: hormonal systems, fertility, digestive issues, thyroid and adrenal fatigue, food choices, energy levels, and self-care practices.

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Dec
3
6:45 PM18:45

Meditation Group

Mindfulness, Loving-Kindness, and Compassion meditations offer well-being and open-hearted awareness, and grow our capacity to be with both inner and outer difficulty.

Devon Cortright has been studying meditation for 17 years. He has been on seven months of silent meditation retreats with Buddhist and Yogic teachers. He has found profound, often surprising gifts from meditation, and hopes to pass on this ancient practice to others who may benefit. Devon is a psychotherapist in private practice collecting his hours toward licensure, under Arvin Paul PSY25663.

Cost is by donation. Suggested donation $10 - $20, with no one turned away for lack of funds.

 

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Nov
29
6:00 PM18:00

Nutrition Series

This series of 6 nutrition classes will cover eating for health, choosing healthy proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, food sensitivities, energy and weight management, and sustainable nutrition. Each class will have a Practice and Reflection at the end of the night.

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Nov
26
7:00 PM19:00

ERIE: Peer Integration Circle

This event is hosted by ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, & Education). Have you had an entheogenic (psychedelic) experience that you want to discuss? Well, come connect with a peer based community of fellow explorers, as we each lend an ear and reflect on the extraordinary nature of transpersonal experiences. For more information and to register, click here.

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Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

Nutrition Series

This series of 6 nutrition classes will cover eating for health, choosing healthy proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, food sensitivities, energy and weight management, and sustainable nutrition. Each class will have a Practice and Reflection at the end of the night.

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Nov
14
7:15 PM19:15

Move, Settle, Rest

This class will support your nervous system to relax and heal. Rather than 'overcoming' trauma, we are building skills to allow health to come to our awareness, to feel okay in our own skin and to notice how trauma interferes with our finding safe space within our self. We use gentle seated, standing and lying down movement to help us to feel our body as a whole. Then we rest and settle, continuing with eyes softly open and/or closed. The instructor will assist with participant comfort and settling by using biodynamic craniosacral touch.

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Nov
13
7:00 PM19:00

ERIE: Peer Integration Circle

This event is hosted by ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, & Education). Have you had an entheogenic (psychedelic) experience that you want to discuss? Well, come connect with a peer based community of fellow explorers, as we each lend an ear and reflect on the extraordinary nature of transpersonal experiences. For more information and to register, click here.

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Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

Nutrition Series

This series of 6 nutrition classes will cover eating for health, choosing healthy proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, food sensitivities, energy and weight management, and sustainable nutrition. Each class will have a Practice and Reflection at the end of the night.

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Oct
22
7:00 PM19:00

ERIE: Peer Integration Circle

This event is hosted by ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, & Education). Have you had an entheogenic (psychedelic) experience that you want to discuss? Well, come connect with a peer based community of fellow explorers, as we each lend an ear and reflect on the extraordinary nature of transpersonal experiences. For more information and to register, click here.

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Oct
17
7:15 PM19:15

Move, Settle, Rest

This class will support your nervous system to relax and heal. Rather than 'overcoming' trauma, we are building skills to allow health to come to our awareness, to feel okay in our own skin and to notice how trauma interferes with our finding safe space within our self. We use gentle seated, standing and lying down movement to help us to feel our body as a whole. Then we rest and settle, continuing with eyes softly open and/or closed. The instructor will assist with participant comfort and settling by using biodynamic craniosacral touch.

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Oct
14
2:00 PM14:00

Emotional Intelligence and Relational Work

Emotional Intelligence and Relational Work is, arguably, the meaning of life. We will explore herbal support for magical boundary-setting, the science of the nervous system and plants that help with stress, ways to take care of our hearts both physically and emotionally, romantic medicine so as to value our pleasure, and practical exercises to hone this profound set of skills, especially if you do any kind of collective organizing or work in groups. We will collaborate to create flower essence blends that you will take home to guide you.

Brunem Warshaw is a clinical herbalist and wellness educator who combines both western and energetic approaches to support people in healing themselves with the assistance of plant medicines. Brunem studied with the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine in 2011 and with the Blue Otter School of Energetic Herbalism in 2015. Brunem's lens as a practitioner and teacher is trauma-informed, disability-affirming, queer, harm reductionist, and grounded in their experience as a white person with Irish and Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry. Their care practice over the years has ranged from medicine-making in the garden, street medicking at political actions with the Rosehip Medic Collective, collaborating to create and staff pop-up clinics in several outdoor settings (both urban and rural), doing hospice and support work at assisted living facilities and in homes, teaching classes in a variety of venues including herb schools, seeing clients one on one in their clinical practice, providing quick consults at retail apothecaries, and working as an herbal pharmacy technician. Brunem's concepts of health and healing are politicized and in relationship with ancestral magic. They are humbled to facilitate people’s connection with the beauty and generosity of the plant world.

Cost is $25 - $35 sliding scale

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Oct
9
7:00 PM19:00

ERIE: Peer Integration Circle

This event is hosted by ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, & Education). Have you had an entheogenic (psychedelic) experience that you want to discuss? Well, come connect with a peer based community of fellow explorers, as we each lend an ear and reflect on the extraordinary nature of transpersonal experiences. For more information and to register, click here.

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Oct
8
6:30 PM18:30

Plant Sit

Join clinical herbalist Brunem of Well Deep Remedies in an immersive experience with plant medicine. Come prepared to sit quietly and observe how herbs influence your thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations. Brunem will facilitate a group practice that helps us cultivate our intuitive faculties in direct communication with the plant teachers. Bring a notebook, pen, and whatever you need to be comfortable sitting for an hour.

Brunem Warshaw is a clinical herbalist and wellness educator who combines both western and energetic approaches to support people in healing themselves with the assistance of plant medicines. Brunem studied with the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine in 2011 and with the Blue Otter School of Energetic Herbalism in 2015. Brunem's lens as a practitioner and teacher is trauma-informed, disability-affirming, queer, harm reductionist, and grounded in their experience as a white person with Irish and Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry. Their care practice over the years has ranged from medicine-making in the garden, street medicking at political actions with the Rosehip Medic Collective, collaborating to create and staff pop-up clinics in several outdoor settings (both urban and rural), doing hospice and support work at assisted living facilities and in homes, teaching classes in a variety of venues including herb schools, seeing clients one on one in their clinical practice, providing quick consults at retail apothecaries, and working as an herbal pharmacy technician. Brunem's concepts of health and healing are politicized and in relationship with ancestral magic. They are humbled to facilitate people’s connection with the beauty and generosity of the plant world.

Cost is $10 - $20 sliding scale 

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Oct
4
6:30 PM18:30

Women's Wise Health and Wellness

with Jess Daily

A monthly group that focuses on Women’s natural health and well-being.
Women’s Bodies + Women’s choices: Information + Support is Power.

This is a women’s focus group attuning to the exploration of women’s health and wellness. We will focus on some leading women’s health issues including: hormonal systems, fertility, digestive issues, thyroid and adrenal fatigue, food choices, energy levels to general wellness, and self-care practices.

Monthly sessions will offer discussions and guidance to help you understand every aspect of your body—physically, emotionally and spiritually. Together, we will explore women’s health and wellness topics to give you the facts and the tools you need, bridging the best of traditional wisdom and some helpful discoveries of modern medicine. Information is power and all women should feel empowered in their choices, whether for maintaining health or getting well.

Support and knowledge helps bodies have the capacity to heal beyond whatever we have been led to believe. Supportive decision-making and practices in women’s natural health care will help you to find your true wellness. We will focus on developing our awareness of and respect for the intricate connections between diet, lifestyle, health, and happiness.

This group is open to women of all ages, backgrounds, and health statuses, and to all those who identify as female.

Light snacks and tea provided
Suggested Donation $25-40

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Oct
3
7:15 PM19:15

Move, Settle, Rest

This class is for those who have identified the need to support their nervous system in relaxation in order to heal. Rather than 'overcoming' trauma, we are building skills for allowing health to come to our awareness, to feel okay in our own skin and to notice how trauma interferes with our noticing safe space within our self.  We do not to get rid of anything. We can learn to widen our awareness and deepen our capacity to be with whatever comes up. These skills allow us to sense the difference between our self and the trauma patterns that seem to take us over. We use gentle seated, standing and lying down movement to help us to feel our body as a whole.   Then we rest and settle, continuing with eyes softly open and/or closed. The instructor will assist with participant comfort and settling by using biodynamic craniosacral touch.

Kristyn Demko Marshman has a private somatic therapy practice in Berkeley. Kristyn’s work aids to gently bring about new experience in the body, building safety needed for making our way out of the past and into the present. She is trained in Rosen Method, Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy and yoga, and is a mother of three.

Cost is $20-30 sliding scale

Limited to 6 participants

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Sep
24
6:30 PM18:30

Plant Sit

Join clinical herbalist Brunem of Well Deep Remedies in an immersive experience with plant medicine. Come prepared to sit quietly and observe how herbs influence your thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations. Brunem will facilitate a group practice that helps us cultivate our intuitive faculties in direct communication with the plant teachers. Bring a notebook, pen, and whatever you need to be comfortable sitting for an hour.

Brunem Warshaw is a clinical herbalist and wellness educator who combines both western and energetic approaches to support people in healing themselves with the assistance of plant medicines. Brunem studied with the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine in 2011 and with the Blue Otter School of Energetic Herbalism in 2015. Brunem's lens as a practitioner and teacher is trauma-informed, disability-affirming, queer, harm reductionist, and grounded in their experience as a white person with Irish and Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry. Their care practice over the years has ranged from medicine-making in the garden, street medicking at political actions with the Rosehip Medic Collective, collaborating to create and staff pop-up clinics in several outdoor settings (both urban and rural), doing hospice and support work at assisted living facilities and in homes, teaching classes in a variety of venues including herb schools, seeing clients one on one in their clinical practice, providing quick consults at retail apothecaries, and working as an herbal pharmacy technician. Brunem's concepts of health and healing are politicized and in relationship with ancestral magic. They are humbled to facilitate people’s connection with the beauty and generosity of the plant world.

Cost is $10 - $20 sliding scale 

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