Online Community Herbalist Workshop - October 15th, 5-7pm PT


What makes a Community Herbalist?

A Community Herbalist is someone who takes care of their community by creating herbal medicine with local plants while supporting traditional healing practices with modern research.

In this class, we will explore the herbal wisdom and practices of the community herbalist.

We will get a chance to talk about 7 herbs to support common ailments, focusing on building immunity, cold and flu season, and discuss what is most important to the community as we shift season.

This class is an introduction of what the Community Herbalist Certification will dive into.

Any participant in this class can use the cost of the class for a credit for the 2021 Community Herbalist Certification.

Kelsey Barrett, Western Clinical Herbalist, Co-Director SOTHA 

Kelsey Barrett is a clinical herbalist on a mission to transform contemporary culture through the power of plants. Her approach is based on cultivating intimacy with self, health and the natural world by way of herbal medicine. Kelsey’s clinical practice focuses on herbal detoxification, high density nutrition, and the psycho-emotional roots of illness. 

Her therapeutic approach is collaborative and educational, centering client experience to reveal the psycho-emotional roots of disease and integrate lifelong strategies for wellness. Kelsey helps people reclaim their health from the modern world with strategies honed while recovering from her own chronic illness. 

While working as the Director of Operations of Berkeley Herbal Center, Kelsey also taught Clinical Herbalism and oversaw the community clinic. She is now the Co-Director of Scarlet Sage School of Traditional Healing Arts in San Francisco, cultivating a new variety of Clinical Herbalism through convening diverse practitioners to seed a new generation of modern healers. 

She has studied Clinical Herbalism at Berkeley Herbal Center, organic gardening at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, and with master herbalists Julia Graves, Matthew Wood and Dr. William Morris. 

Her herbal and environmental insights have been published in Vogue, Edible East Bay, GOOD Magazine and Gestalten. She is currently based in San Diego, and has a private practice across California, coaching clients in life-changing strategies for long term wellness.

- Registration is required for online classes. Please note that we will close online registrations an hour before the start of the class.
- We will send the Zoom link by email 24h prior to the class. Please check your spam folder if you have not received it and email us: 
- You have the option to hide your video at any time during the class.
- It’s important that you stay muted unless asking a question at an appropriate time.
- It may take some time to get the technology working on your end. Downloading the Zoom app is recommended. And watch these Zoom instructional videos: Joining a meeting and Joining and configuring audio and video.

Our team members and teachers are committed to serving our community in those difficult times by providing affordable online classes.

Please note that our online classes are non-refundable and no class credits will be issued in case of cancellation.

We thank you for your understanding and support.

We would love to hear from you! Please contact us here with any questions or give us a call between 11-7 PST at 415-821-0997. We can fill orders for you over the phone as well as online. 

Thank you for your love and support! 

xo Scarlet Sage


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