Natural Easter Egg Dyes

If you celebrate Easter by dyeing eggs, skip the store-bought dye packs and try something different: herbs and food! Egg dyeing is a fun activity for all ages, and can be a great learning opportunity when it comes to natural, chemical-free ingredients. If you’ve...

Health Benefits of Pumpkin

It’s that time of year again – pumpkin time! Grocery stores have laid out their plumpest gourds, coffee shops have added pumpkin spice to every conceivable drink and baked good. However, pumpkin isn’t just good for jack-o-lanterns, lattes, and pies; the...

6 Common Healing Herbs

Herbs have been used for traditional healing remedies for hundreds of years, and continue to be the basis for some of today’s most effective drugs to treat a wide range of disorders and enhance your overall general health and well being. Here are six common healing...

Wildcrafting

In addition to cultivating your own herbs in a garden, in many areas you can harvest herbs from their natural habitat. Collecting or gathering plant materials (anything from herbs and flowers to berries, branches, and foliage) from the wild is known as “wildcrafting,”...

Esthetician Immersion Program

Our sister school, School of Botanical and Medical Aesthetics offers an immersion format 600-hr Aesthetician licensure program.  The classes start in October 2014 and include 200-hours of classes in class room setting, done in 5 weeks. The classes are Monday through...

Massage Therapy Immersion Program

If you are looking to expand your career in a related wellness field, check this out! Our sister school, Denver Integrative Massage School, offers a 600 hour massage therapy certification program in an immersion format starting September 15th, 2014. With this...