Hood Herbalism Fall 2017 Oxnard Class
About the class:
Hood Herbalism is a community based herbal education project for people of color based out of Lynwood, CA. We create spaces in the community for people to learn useful herbal medicine making skills that help improve their health and the health of those around them. Our space also supports people connect with their own ancestral healing traditions and indigenous traditions of interacting with plants. Beyond the classes, Hood Herbalism is contribution to a growing movement of decolonizing body, mind, and spirit that is centering the wellness of our communities. The class is 4 weeks long and it is an introduction to herbal medicine making ideal for people just starting their journey engaging with plants and or needing space to depend their relationship with plants. Throughout the class, you will be exploring your own curiosity, deepening your awareness, and taping into the frequency of healing life in all the plant ancestors we will be engaging with.

Class Details:
Day: Wednesday Nights
Time: 7pm-9:30pm
Dates: November 1, 8, 15, and 29
Location: Is only given out to registered participants

About the Facilitator:
I am a queer xicana yerbera who was born in Mexico and grew up in El Monte, CA. My class facilitation style is very hands on, collective, and engaging. In learning spaces that I facilitate, I share what I know and I am also super invested in providing a mutual learning experience where people are encouraged to share their own knowledge and contribute what they know. I have been facilitating spaces for over 10 years and have been doing skill shares in the community consistently for the last 5 years. I also have a background in teaching and restorative justice so I am excited to be combining all these skills in the curriculum and learning space we will create together. If you have more questions about what I do, feel free to visit my website www.berenicedimas.com or contact me directly. ~ Thank you for your interest. I am so excited for us to be making medicine together.

The class energy exchange is $180. The money goes to paying all the supplies for the class (herbs, medicine making equipment, etc.), the community space we will be learning out of, worksheets/copies, and my time~energy. To ensure a spot, please have the application submitted and the deposit sent by By October 2.

Important Dates:
October 2- $50 Deposit to save your sport in class is due.
October 16- Second offering of $50 is due.
First day of class- The rest of the class offering is due ($80).

To save a spot in the class you must submit a $50 deposit By October 2 via Paypal (friends and family very important) to cantosdelatierra@gmail.com or Venmo: Berenice Dimas. When you make the offering please add a note: Hood Herbalism Oxnard Deposit.
Note: *No refunds given after the first day of class*

Now that we got the logistical info covered, I am really interested in knowing more about you, why you want to join the class, and what you hope to get out of it. Please make time to answer the questions thoughtfully.

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Please share a little bit about yourself. What brought you to this class?
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Do you have any background in herbal medicine making? Please describe.
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What do you hope to get out of the class? More specifically, is there something that you want to learn?
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There is a $50 deposit due October 2 via Paypal (friends and family) to cantosdelatierra@gmail.com or Venom to: Berenice Dimas. Will you be able to offer that to save your spot in the class?
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The total class energy exchange is $180. Below is the payment plan. October 2: $50 deposit to save your spot in class. October 16: $50 and The first day of class you will offer the last amount of $80. Will this payment plan work for you? If not, please describe what an ideal payment plan would be for you. *Note: No refunds given after the first day of class*
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