Maybe you’re curious about the world of plant-based wellness and have been looking for the perfect overview/introductory class.

Or perhaps you’d like to bring your years of experience to an in-depth course about advanced diagnostic techniques for the clinical herbalist.
Or maybe you’re somewhere in-between?

 

No matter where you are on your journey, we’ve got a class you’ll love. Bring along your willingness to learn and your profound respect for how plants improve our health and our world, and we promise you’ll leave your class enlightened and inspired, overflowing with knowledge you can implement in your life.

We work at creating a safe space for all members of our community no matter your race, religion, country of origin, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity or abilities.  We welcome and celebrate all people.

Classes are beginning soon!


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“I knew I would learn a lot in the first year Foundations of Western Herbalism course, but I had no idea I would have so much fun, too! Having the hands on experience of making tinctures, salves, and even herbal gummy bears was invaluable. Cheryl and all of the teachers were a treasure trove of information and most importantly, experience.”

Linda Chrisman, bodywork practitioner



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“I’ve studied at Gathering Thyme for the past 12 months. I began with the summer Handcrafted Herbalism program and fell in love! I learned so much during the weekend courses and realized how much there is still to learn - a lifetime’s worth! So I continued on to the 9 month Explorations in Traditional Western Herbalism course. Cheryl is an incredible teacher. She creates a comfortable and secure learning environment where I felt safe to challenge myself and make mistakes. My skills as an herbalist have come a long way and as I embark on the next journey of the intermediate level course, I’m excited to see where this path leads next. Cheryl and Judy are exceptional teachers who help their students learn and grow on all levels. I can’t thank them enough!”

—Danielle Okun