Courses that focus on plant medicine or include herbs are marked with a
A number of courses are available for LMT NYS & National CEU’s and are marked with a
In this mini-course we will unpack the baggage of western science, identify some of the key mistakes herbalists make, and I'm going to share the principles of a heart-based approach to physiology. A whole person approach empowers all of us to be better herbalists, better students, and better advocates for plant medicine.
Have you been wanting to understand the uses of Cannabis?
Have you heard it can cure almost everything (it IS helpful in many situations and it can’t cure everything.)?
What’s the deal with CBD oil?
The class will begin with the not well-known or publicized internal Endogenous Cannabinoid System. Cannabis works because we make our own, endogenous cannabinoids. These chemicals within us and the receptors that they bind allow the magic of cannabis to work within us.
This is an 8 Week online series covering the anatomy & physiology of the human body. This class is especially tailored to herbalists and massage therapists but open to all. Taught by Tammi Sweet, MS, LMT, Co-Director of Heartstone Herbal School & Traveling lecturer.
24 CEUs available
Explore 7 Core Topics to health and wellness. Transition zones are places where two different habitats meet. This meeting place is rich in biodiversity & activity and our body is full of them.
The skin, our respiratory tract, our digestive system, are the physical places of transition. The brain and the heart are our intellectual and emotional transition zones.
This course gives you an understanding of physiology & holistic interactions in 7 core topics which include pain, inflammation, food intolerances…
Start exploring the 7 core topics of health and wellness that are part of Tammi Sweet's Transition Zones. The skin, our respiratory tract, our digestive system, are the physical places of transition. The brain and the heart are our intellectual and emotional transition zones.
This mini series is a great place to start if you're still trying to figure out "what's the big deal?" with these topics.