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  • Advanced Flower Essence Training ~ Part II

Advanced Flower Essence Training ~ Part II

Advanced Flower Essence Training ~ Part II

Advanced Flower Essence Training ~ Part II

with Kate Gilday of Woodland Essence
At White Dove Herbal Sanctuary, July 6th-8th
~ Amy Goodman Kiefer, steward and guardian
Montpelier, Vermont

Please note this course is now full ~ Stay tuned for 2019!

Kate will be returning for the second part of an advanced Flower Essence training.

She has decided to open the class up to include friends who were not able to attend the first class. 

If you have previous experience with Flower Essences and would like to join us for this inspiring floral healing experience please contact Amy at:
White Dove Herbal Sanctuary |
(802) 229-6206.

As you can imagine, the first class was heart-felt, deep, informative, fun and amazing! ~ Amy
Highlights of the course:
The Language of Flowers~

  • Learning The Language and Recognizing the Spirit of Plants and Flowers 
  • The Influence of the Elements and Environment on Form and Gesture
  • Energetic patterns that emerge in nature
  • In-Depth profiles of a few often indicated flower essences: Agrimony, Vervain, Quaking Aspen and others
  • Herb and Tree Flower Essences
  • FE Selection, Formulation, Application
  • Using flower essences for body, mind, spirit and soul healing
  • Nature walks and plant studies in White Dove’s gardens and land

 Tending others~

  • Working with clients – compassion and soul-care
  • Intake, recognizing patterns,
  • Reading the body and pulse
  • Client/ practitioner relationship
  • Weaving flower essences into your practice- herbal, acupuncture, massage, etc.
  • Using Flower essences for physical challenges/ illnesses- including Lyme & Infections
  • Heart and Hands Energetic Sessions ~ A Training
  • Using flower essences with Children
  • Using flower essences in times of Trauma and Discord
  • Heidi, Sam & Erika!

Comments on this post (3)

  • Jun 24, 2018

    Interested in this training as well. Completed herbal apprenticeship with rosemary gladstar way back when and have been making own essences 💕❤️💕struggling with Lyme and co
    Lyme and co infections

    — Susan DORFMAN

  • Apr 30, 2018

    I am interested in your class and has passed. Could you place me on your wait list for 2019?
    Thank you

    — Lind

  • Mar 04, 2018

    I have been watching Kate’s website and FB for flower essence training, and JUST found out about this from friends today who are attending. Oh no!

    I have my Flower Essence Practitioner Certificate from Chrstine Tolf (Lichenwood Herbals) and wish to further my studies with an advance course.

    Is it at all possible to please be put on a waiting list for this advanced course? I would so appreciate that.

    I took a workshop from Kate last year at NE Women’s Herbal Conference on ‘Trees’. I have her Tree Essences and Chakra essences which I have been using all winter, very successfully!

    Please let me know if there is any way there is a possibility for me to attend this class. I would love to further my studies.

    Thank you so very much,
    Martha Vignola

    — Martha Vignola

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