Herbalist Robin Rose Bennett

Upcoming Events

Please note that my online classes are recorded. I love the energy of joining together with you in real time, but you can also watch or re-watch classes at your convenience!

May 2022
May 1 @ 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

One of the most common ways of healing self, family and friends is with homemade herbal medicines called “meals.” As Hippocrates said, “Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.”

There is medicine all around us. Our kitchens, including our spice racks, can be an abundant source of effective medicine for us, and safer than what we find in the pharmacy. Open your mind and your senses to the broader possibilities for creating healing feasts in your own kitchen.

May 2 @ 06:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Herbal Aphrodisiacs for Gods and Goddesses

Let’s celebrate ourselves this Beltane!
The Star Goddess says:
“Let all acts of love and pleasure be my rituals”.

In Piermont, NY - Tickets are $40 - 6-8pm EST

Sign up here: https://flowerpower.net/product/beltane-w-robin-rose-bennett/

May 22 @ 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

THIS DATE IS FULL. PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR AN ADDITIONAL DATE.

Come delight in the discovery that wild food and herbal medicine is all around us wherever we live. Enjoy an uplifting and sensory educational experience identifying, sniffing, and tasting the wild local plants that are often dismissed as mere weeds. The plants you likely spend hours pulling out of your garden may become your new best friends when you discover that plantain stops the itch of a mosquito bite, dandelion leaves strengthen kidneys and ease blood pressure, and violets are rich in salicylic acid and can reduce headache pain! Nature is a marvelous teacher and ally and Robin Rose has been leading people on “weed walks” for 30 years. This will be a relaxing stroll through lawn and gardens and fun for all ages. 

$35 adults, children under 12 free, and 12-18 or students are $17

@ Wawayanda State Park

 

May 29 @ 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

THIS WEED WALK IS NOW FULL! Please email my assistant if you want to be on a wait list in case of cancellation or notified for another local walk.

This is the SECOND Weed Walk Date in May! 

Memorial Day Weekend: Come delight in the discovery that wild food and herbal medicine is all around us wherever we live. Enjoy an uplifting and sensory educational experience identifying, sniffing, and tasting the wild local plants that are often dismissed as mere weeds. The plants you likely spend hours pulling out of your garden may become your new best friends when you discover that plantain stops the itch of a mosquito bite, dandelion leaves strengthen kidneys and ease blood pressure, and violets are rich in salicylic acid and can reduce headache pain! Nature is a marvelous teacher and ally and Robin Rose has been leading people on “weed walks” for 30 years. This will be a relaxing stroll through lawn and gardens and fun for all ages. 

$35 adults, children under 12 free, and 12-18 or students are $17

Location: Brown's Point Park near West Milford, NJ, Park and Ride. There is an 11:30 AM NJ transit bus that goes to this location from the Port Authority Bus station in NYC. If you need more information, please email my assistant.

June 2022
June 21 @ 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

I am so looking forward to celebrating the Wheel of the Year in person with you all! This event will take place at a private residence (though outdoors) in Kinnelon, NJ. 

Come join in a gathering to celebrate the Zenith of Light, the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere. We will invoke sacred space, gather round the Midsummer fire, and turn the Wheel of the Year with movement, story, drumming, song, and chant. This is a perfect opportunity for summer wishes and intentions for the rest of the year!

Cost is $30 for adults, $15 for 12 and under. Space is limited!

June 25 @ 02:21 PM - 04:00 PM

Let's go on a weed walk at the Nyquist-Harcourt Wildlife Sanctuary

Come delight in the discovery that wild food and herbal medicine is all around us wherever we live. Enjoy an uplifting and sensory educational experience identifying, sniffing, and tasting the wild local plants that are often dismissed as mere weeds. The plants you likely spend hours pulling out of your garden may become your new best friends when you discover that plantain stops the itch of a mosquito bite, dandelion leaves strengthen kidneys and ease blood pressure, and violets are rich in salicylic acid and can reduce headache pain! Nature is a marvelous teacher and ally and Robin Rose has been leading people on “weed walks” for 30 years. This will be a relaxing stroll through lawn and gardens and fun for all ages. 

$35 adults, children under 12 free, and 12-18 or students are $17