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Welcome to Grassroots Herbalism

Foundational Herbal Course and Online Community

(more then a course, it is a community)

We are excited to share this experience together and look forward to meeting you.

We consider it a privilege to share valuable knowledge of the plants, the dreaming body, shamanism and healing with you all.

We look forward to what each of us has to learn from one another as well!
The overall structure of the course is as follows:
Here is the link to join our Grassroots Herbalism Community:

The first course module will open on April 29, 2019.

To better support your unique learning process, we have provided a Bonus Module on Learning How to Learn. Learning How to Learn is one of Don’s passions, so in that Module he has included a lot of the latest research and tools available for learning.

Bonus: Learning How to Learn Course

Assignment: Personal Profile

We ask that you fill out your Profile ASAP because this is how other students will get to know you, and you them. It’s a wonderful opportunity to network with like minded people. We would appreciate a picture of you to make it more personal.

Here is a link to the online version of Don’s book Pathways to Healing, a Guide to Herbs, Ayurveda, Dreambody and Shamanism. http://herbalhealingpathway.com/members/index2.html
Here is the link to the Workbook: Click here.

You may want to print out the full workbook and put it in a 3 ring binder. Alternatively it is very easy to save in Dropbox or iBooks.

You can order a physical copy of the book here.

Besides Pathways to Healing, a Guide to Herbs, Ayurveda, Dreambody and Shamanism by Don Ollsin, we also recommend you to have:
Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine by Thomas Bartram.
If you are especially interested in Ayurveda we recommend both of the following books. If you are not, then we recommend the first one only.

The Yoga of Herbs by Dr. Vasant Lad & Dr. David Frawley
Ayurveda, the Science of Self-Healing by Dr. Vasant Lad

Weekly Webinars -

They take place on Wednesdays at 11 am PDT. Webinars generally run up to one hour. There are 12 webinars in total.

Webinars are recorded if you cannot attend.

Link to the recorded webinars is in the Course Overview.

Zoom is the software that we use for conducting both our live webinars, and our office hours. You will need to download the App, but you do not need to sign up to Zoom. Please test your microphone and speakers before the first webinar.

Our class meeting room is at: https://zoom.us/j/2505927544. This is the link that we will use for all the webinars. The link will work without a Zoom account, but you will be asked to download the software before you can log on.

You can also find the link in the Course Overview.

Plan to be at the first webinar early, so that we have enough time to make sure everything is working well.

Homework –

We will let you know going into each module what will be required of you in the way of assignments. This way, you can gather the required information and begin to formulate your answers while studying the content in each module.

Time commitment - 

It is challenging to know exactly how long each Module will take you to complete because we have found that students work at varying speeds.

We encourage you to complete as much of the course as you can in the first twelve weeks because the group momentum, live webinars, and general enthusiasm can help to motivate you.

We realize that this will not be possible for everyone. Students who do not complete the course work in the first twelve weeks will have an additional twelve weeks to complete, however, there will be no more live webinars during the latter time.

You can contact our TA if you require further assistance.

Our teaching assistant and community moderator is Brooke Delves. Brooke is a recent graduate of the Online Course so she understands the online learning process, is familiar with the content, and knows the unfolding and order of the course content. She is also a current, active mentee in our Herbal Mentorship Program.

The best way to contact her is by direct message through the network. You can also contact her via email: brooke@thewildcraftcollective.com
Schedule -
The first live webinar is May 1, 2019  at 11 AM PDT.

It is our desire to be as accommodating as possible during your educational experience, and that requires you to actively advocate for your own learning experience.

Feel free to contact us with any concerns or queries.

We very much look forward to meeting you at the first webinar and in our online classroom.

Sincerely, Don

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email: don@grassrootsherbalism.com

cell: 250-592-7544