Celtic Tree Magic & Medicine
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Explores the Sacred tree medicine of the ancient Celts and how they used them for medicine and healing. We will also be discussing how their spiritual beliefs influenced their medicine making and healing arts. A discussion style workshop. Casual drop ins welcome!… Read More

Plant Walks
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On this fun and informative walk, Sheila will introduce you to many of the local medicinal plants growing wild in your area, treasured by  country folk not too long ago, for the care they gave to their families.  This walk … Read More

Herbal allies for Stress
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A morning spent at the river, in the woods or hills, a giving thanks and a meditation. A Celebration of Life! This course includes a wild medicine walk about, energy work and a guided meditation while touching the earth and bonding with our own deep sense of connectiveness in nature. It is within these bounds that healing, on many levels, can occur.… Read More

Forest ReWilding Therapy
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Finding personal balance and empowerment through reconnecting with the Nature Our rewilding therapy is a merging of ‘Forest Bathing’ coming out of Japan and Earthing or Rewilding therapy popular n North America. None of these concepts are new! They are … Read More

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Classes and Events
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Backwoods Basics – School of Wildcraft Medicine “Healing Arts and Traditional Lore”   . Specializing in West Coast indigenous plant medicine, our school’s traditional folkloric format follows this oral, hands on tradition still used by indigenous cultures around the world; … Read More

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Sheila Wray Co-founder of the Backwoods Basics School, Folkherbalist, Medicine Worker

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  From Beyond the Hedge; the HedgeWych tradition In Old England, the towns folk lived in villages carved out of the wilds, as they became more civilized they planted hedges around their villages to keep the wild things out and … Read More