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Greetings! I invite you to share my deep love and respect for nature, and my passion for everything herbal. I delight in teaching the ancient art and science of herbalism to help create a greater awareness and appreciation of the natural environment and the rich connection between plants and people.

I practice my craft in a quaint little 1940's cottage near the seaside town of Half Moon Bay, CA. Here I offer a variety of herbal classes and workshops specializing in a hands-on approach. Adjacent is my charming herb garden that serves as my living classroom, as do all the abundant natural surroundings that the Coastside has to offer. Whether hiking, gathering, cooking, making natural skin care products, learning about the use of herbs in women's health or pursuing a comprehensive study of herbology, you will find my teaching is both informative and creative.

Celebrate Life with Herbs!

What's New?

Crafting and Cooking with Lavender Class! Enjoy an uplifting day on the farm experiencing the “scentual" beauty of lavender and it’s many uses! We will explore in-depth, three varieties, English, French, and Spanish. Discover how each lavender species is special and unique. We will then collect lavender blossoms on the farm to make a lovely balm to take home. Click here for details.

Meet Suzanne

suzanneAs a child I loved helping my mother in the kitchen. She would set me up at the counter on a step stool so I could assist chopping nuts or any other chore she gave me and as I grew older, the job of preparing the family meals was handed over to me. As a teen my interest in health began and many years of cooking professionally has given me a foundation for the classes I offer with a focus on food as medicine.


Herbal Ways For Women

This comprehensive 8-month course, one Sunday per month, offers an experiential, hands-on approach and an in-depth study of everything herbal! Subject matters will reflect the seasons with an emphasis on the integration of herbs in daily life and using food as medicine.


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