Sunday, June 24th | 10:00 am - 1:00 pm EST
Although lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is called “the mother of oils” there are other species worthy of acquainting yourself with and adding to your toolkit.
This class was created to elevate Lavandula group. This is a chanec to explore the different lavender species (e.g., officinalis, latifolia, lavandin, stoechas) including the same species of Lavandula officinalis grown in a few different locations. You will experience the essential oils of other plants known as “the lavenders” of their group (“lavender tea tree” and “lavender sage”) and briefly explore “the chamomiles,” because they go so well with the lavenders.
Join Amy Anthony in getting to know the plants’ personalities by not only learning about each one's therapeutic benefits, but by also smelling their essential oils, seeing and feeling some of lavender plants and participating in the following activities:
- Get to know Lavandula angustifolia by sipping on a tisane made from local lavender.
- Create your own lavender wand from local lavender plants.
- Design a custom blend using the essential oils featured in the workshop to put into an all-heal-salve made just for the class!