I'm asked time and again if I am planning to teach an online incense course. For now this is not in the stars for me. But I'm happy to refer you to my colleague and friend Evan Sylliaasen of the Northwest School of Aromatic Medicine.
There is still very limited time to join the Traditional Incense Crafting Course this Autumn. So if that's something you've been thinking of learning, this is a good time to make this happy. Another related course he is now offering is titled Botanical Resins & Gums.
Evan has a thorough yet simple style of teaching, and I admire his philosophy, with his background in herbal medicine and both practical experience and spiritually attuned approach to both teaching and working with aromatics. He is very knowledgeable, has integrity, passion and an approach that takes into account the well being of the plants, people and the planet.
Anyone who is passionate about plants, herbalism, aromatherapy and incense would benefit from studying under him, even if only virtually. This is a unique opportunity to learn an ancient art form, as well as the know-how for bringing it to your community and work with your own local plants and resins to create the plant medicine int your life and to those around you.