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Herbalism Retreat

July 23rd - 26th, 2021

Immerse yourself in the beautiful mountains near Boulder Creek in Maxville, MT to reset your mind through guided meditations and yoga. Connect with the earth and learn about the healing benefits of Montana’s native medicinal plants through wildcrafting and medicine making sessions. Learn about accessible herbalism and wild foods during each included meal. Create unforgettable connections with new and familiar faces around the fire. Sweat out any unwanted toxins in the wood fired cedar sauna and end the day in our wood fire soaking tub under the stars.

Includes:

  • Medicinal Plant Identification

  • Ethical Wildcrafting

  • Preparing Herbal Remedies

  • Yoga Sessions

  • Guided Meditation

  • Wild foods and accessible herbalism in the kitchen

  • Lodging and meals

Instructors

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Eve Farwell

Eve is a certified herbalist and yoga instructor graduating from Green Path Herb School in 2019 and having completed her 200 hour hot vinyasa yoga teacher certification at Yogalinda Studio in Barcelona, Spain in 2017.

Eve feels passionate about sharing her knowledge as an herbalist and yoga instructor. She will help guide others into their own healing journeys through private wellness consultations, mindful movement, meditation, wildcrafting excursions and medicine making classes all while staying in tune with the earth and our own mindful intuitions.

She is the owner of two small businesses in Philipsburg; Seed of Mind Wellness and Market on Broadway, both aimed at making herbalism and local goods accessible in our small town.

Kaylen Perlichek

The owner of Mindful Mountain Apothecary, an entrepreneur in wellness, and plant advocate. Discovering natural remedies and modalities of healing has been a big part of Kaylen’s life since she moved to Montana in 2012.  Graduating  from Green Path Herb School’s Herbalist Certificate Program in 2019 has given her the tools to become the herbalist she is today. Medicine making and making topical body products using herbal infusions and whole ingredients is one of her specialties. Going for hikes in the mountains of Montana to meet new and familiar plant allies is more than a hobby it is her calling. A member of United Plant Savers, Kaylen volunteers her time to protect and educate people about Montana's native plants, and plants on the endangered species list. Teaching people about ethical wildcrafting practices is an important part of her education.