herbal education & classes

Committed to empowering and engaging people in their health and well being, Britta Bloedorn offers herbal educational services, classes and workshops on a variety of subjects related to herbal medicine.

Her students experience her classes as engaging, fun, inspiring and practical, and enjoy gaining a greater understanding of botanical medicine, personal and community health care, and specific uses of plant-based remedies to support health.

If you are interested in

  • specific topics in herbal medicine; herbs for the body systems and for health areas of concern (including allergies, immune, stress);
  • the art and science of botanical medicine making, including techniques for preparing your own herbal remedies;
  • the outdoor educational experience of herbal walks about medicinal plant identification and the ethical wildcrafting and cultivation of botanicals; or
  • herbal medicine health care practice and public health advocacy;

please contact Britta for available classes and workshops or to schedule your own. If you’d like to be notified about upcoming classes, events and other herbal practice announcements, you can sign up to receive monthly electronic herbal practice news.

Britta also offers individualized class instruction, medicinal plant land and garden assessments and private medicinal plant walks by appointment. She likes working with people of all backgrounds, and enjoys shared learning, sharing knowledge and collaborating to deepen your connection and knowledge of plant-based medicine.

To schedule a presentation, class or herb walk, please contact Britta at (406) 830-0949 or email.

NEW – Check out recordings of past presentations:

A FREE webinar!
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Herbal Medicine for Women’s Health – An Integrative Health Care Approach
A FREE Body & Soul webinar with Clinical Herbalist Britta Bloedorn, hosted by the national environmental health organization Women’s Voices for the Earth.

Western herbalism draws from the rich tradition of herbal medicine combined with the sensibility of current science. Its art and science are very adaptable to your personal health situation. Many conditions, symptoms, and issues can benefit from an herbalist approach to health. In this webinar Clinical Herbalist Britta Bloedorn explores topics ranging from menstrual irregularities, menopausal complaints, hormonal or immune imbalances affecting whole body health and discusses herbal medicine as a holistic, integrative health care choice.

Missed it? Click here to listen to the recording, and click here to follow along with the slides.

On The Air!
Tuesday, May 21, 10:30 – 11:30 pm MST

Britta Bloedorn, Clinical Herbalist Radio Interview – In Other Words, MTPR (KUFM Missoula 89.1fm)

I was interviewed to talk about my herbal medicine practice on Montana Public Radio!
Thanks warmly to Beth Judy for our nice conversation about herbal practice, holistic integrative medicine, medicinal plants and herbal teachings. We enjoyed, hope you’ll like it. (disclaimer: whew, I was veerry nervous..
You can listen to an archived podcast recording of this show here!


Past classes:

  • Herbal Medicine Perspectives on Healthful Sleep
  • Introduction to Herbal Medicine Making
  • Botanical Medicine and Medicinal Plants of the Swan Valley Ecosystem
  • Medicinal Plant Walk in Rattlesnake Recreation Area, Missoula
  • Growing Medicinals – Herbal Medicine from Seed
  • Beginning Herbal Medicine Making
  • Wild & Native Medicinal Plants of Montana II
  • Medicinal Plant Walk in Greenough Park, Missoula
  • Herbal Medicine for Allergy and Sinus Support
  • The Herbal Medicine Chest – First Aid and Self Care
  • Women’s Health – Botanical support for PMS symptoms & menstrual irregularities
  • Continuing Herbal Medicine Making
  • Herbal Medicine for the Cold & Flu Season
  • Herbal Medicine for Stress Management
  • Local Herbal Remedies and Botanical Medicine for the Fall Season
  • Wild and Native Medicinal Plant Excursion
  • Introduction to Herbal Medicine

Britta Bloedorn teaches classes and gives presentations at

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