By rooting ourselves in the ecological intelligence of the lands in which we live, we learn to be conduits for the healing currents of Wild Nature, and we become more aware and embodied participants within the web of life.

As we connect with the plants, we remember who we are. As we develop relationships with our allies, we see ourselves more clearly, and as we illuminate these beings of the forest, we cannot help but illuminate ourselves and others.

Understanding deepens: true healing extends beyond individual selves to encompass the greater ecological self.

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Experience and understand processes of healing and holding space

through intimate ecological engagement guided by archetypal plant intelligence


Find your own way as a healer, Plant Medicine practitioner, and holder of space as we explore these topics:

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FOUNDATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

Ecological Intelligence

Elemental energetics

Psycho-spiritual materia medica

Plant allies for the healer

Plant spirit mediumship

Illness as guide to healing

Trauma as initiation


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PERSONAL PRESENCE AND AWARENESS

Identify and deepen relationships with plant allies and guides

Engage in Personal Plant Teacher immersions

Participate in Plant Teacher ceremonies

Clear and ground to “protect”

Increase awareness of energetic space to maintain clear boundaries


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INTEGRAL PRACTICE

Be present in heart-centered, embodied awareness

Work with song, ceremony, and prayerful intention

Help others develop relationships with their plant allies

Learn to pulse test remedies

Participate in a mock clinic

 
My health
and my well-being,
your health
and your well-being,
the health and well-being
of all beings
are intimately entwined
with that
of all members
of this community
of life on Earth.
— Scott Kloos, Earth is a Wise Evolutionary Teacher
 

Dates, times, and other details

Dates:
Session 1: February 20-23, 2020
Session 2: April 23-26, 2020
Session 3: June 25-28, 2020 (out in the field)
Session 4: August 20-23, 2020 (out in the field)
Session 5: October 15-18, 2020

Time: Thursdays to Sundays 10am-5pm
Locations: three indoor sessions in Greater Portland Area and two sessions out in the field
Led by Scott Kloos
Limited to 14 students
Cost:
$1950

REGISTRATION, PAYMENTs, AND REFUNDS

  • To register, please click the “Apply Now” button below and fill out the online application. After filling out this form, you will receive a confirmation email with a copy of your submitted application. After we've looked over your application, we will contact you to set up an interview (Zoom video or phone) to give an overview of and answer any questions you may have about the course.

  • A $200 non-refundable deposit is due immediately upon your acceptance into the program. This deposit secures your place in the program and counts toward your tuition.

  • Payment in full will be due by January 15. Those who pay in full before November 15 will receive an early-bird discount of $150. We accept payments in the following forms: cash, check, and credit/debit card via Square Invoice.

  • Payment plans are also available. After paying your $200 deposit, the remainder will be divided into five installments of $353 (this includes Square’s auto-pay processing fee) to be auto-paid via Square Invoice on the 15th day of the month prior to each session. The first installment will be due January 15, the second on March 15, etc. By opting into the payment plan you are agreeing to pay the full tuition for the course and will be held legally responsible for doing so even if you withdraw or are unable to attend all of the sessions.

  • If for some reason you cannot attend after submitting your payment, we will issue a refund (minus your $200 non-refundable deposit) only if we are able to find someone else to take your spot. No refunds will be issued once classes begin.