The Herbal Academy of New England welcomes new and returning students to study herbalism
June 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - The Herbal Academy of New England (HANE) launched its new Online Introductory Herbal Course (http://herbalacademyofne.com/introductory-herbal-course/), celebrating "the beginning of a new herbal journey" for many students worldwide. This class offers a beginners look at herbal basics, kitchen remedies, common discomforts and treatments, the nervous system, stress management, and other beginner level information for holistic health.
This course joins HANE's already popular Online Intermediate Herbal Apprenticeship (http://herbalacademyofne.com/intermediate-herbal-course/), and fills a gap in the existing course availability. Students of the Herbal Academy can now start at the introductory level and learn the basics of making teas and tinctures for themselves before graduating on to the Intermediate Herbal Course, which provides more in-depth knowledge necessary to start treating others with herbal remedies.
HANE offers local classes in the greater Boston area, and concluded their spring schedule the same day as the launch. The online classes are available to students across the world, and the class rosters boast students from Germany, Belize, Singapore, Egypt, Italy, and Guatemala, among many other countries. With enrollment for the Introductory Herbal Course now open, the Herbal Academy of New England reports a strong interest from students for a course that lets them "get their feet wet" before diving in to the more comprehensive material offered at the intermediate level and beyond.
You can learn out more about the Online Introductory Herbal Course on the Herbal Academy of New England's website:
About The Herbal Academy of New England
With roots in greater Boston, The Herbal Academy of New England is an educational resource offering online programs, local workshops, and herbal clinics. The academy is committed to researching and gathering information and tools to help support a lifestyle of self-awareness and whole body care. It is the Herbal Academy of New England's desire to encourage individuals and society to make sustainable and meaningful changes so as to use earth's resources with greater wisdom and respect. Herbalism includes stewardship of the earth.
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