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We are pleased to announce that Cheryl’s Herbs will sponsor a 300-hour advanced aromatherapy certification course. The class, Aromatic Scholars(formerly known as 201: Masters Apprenticeship) is offered by The School for Aromatic Studies (formerly East West School of Herbal and Aromatic Studies) (www.theida.com) and will be taught by Kathy Klug, Registered Aromatherapist.
Join us in a Summer Series Workshop regarding the 7 main chakras and their correspondences. This includes, colors, mantras, hand positions, Essential Oils, stones, and some herbs. You will learn how to cleanse and balance your chakras using Essential Oil blends and natural stones. This series will be one day a month and you will learn 2-3 chakras on that day. You will also be doing a brief grounding session and meditation before and after each lesson. In the final class we will be doing a full chakra cleansing and balancing along with meditation. Chakra Kits available for purchase. Each kit contains a different Essential Oil blend for each of the 7 main chakras along with a natural stone to correspond with each chakra. Kits are regularly $24.00 but you will be able to purchase it for $20.00 at the first class.
A extensive list of all the wonderful classes coming up here at Cheryl's Herbs
We are pleased to announce that Cheryl's Herbs will sponsor a 40-hour aromatherapy certification course. The class, Aroma 101: Foundations is offered by The School of Aromatic Studies and will be taught by Kathy Klug, a Registered Aromatherapist taught by Cheryl Hoard.
This course is an educational workshop on understanding botanical perfumes. The class will practice with a set of exercises to become familiar with the scents of some rare absolutes and CO’2’s
While we don't sell fresh herbs, many customers will come in with questions about processing their own herbs that they grew in their garden. Some of the reasons to dry your fresh herbs are: Increased longevity of the herb, protection from mold/yeast, and the satisfaction of knowing where it came from.