Cedar Mountain Herb School
Cedar Mountain Herb School (CMHS) is based in Seattle, WA and has been serving herbal students for 30 years. This makes it one of the longest-running herbal schools in the Pacific Northwest. Cedar Mountain Herb School guides students to better health via hands-on integrated botanical programs and community workshops centering on wild medicinal plants and their applications, science, grounding, sun, limiting EMF exposure, bio hacks, diet, stress management, and awesome times with fellow members of the CMHS tribe. Studying at the Cedar Mountain Herb School is your in to be a part of wilderness culture!
Our Herbalists Teacher Training Program is a comprehensive approach to mentoring qualified herbalists to defining their niche in the herbal community and gives a zillion tools in their herbalist teacher tool belt to effectively bring their knowledge and passion to others.
What are you waiting for? Check out our programs and give yourself permission to become who you are meant to be!
"Get out into nature’s classroom, get your hands dirty, meet the plants where they live, and start a relationship that will last a lifetime. You’ll learn more about wild plants, their work in the body, and yourself than you ever thought possible. We go where they grow!" S. Tabert
Students of many experiential levels attend CMHS: from MDs, naturopaths, chiropractors, acupuncturists, nurses, physical therapists, nutritionists, massage practitioners and other health professionals, to students who wish to start an herb business, to those who want to practice on a friends-and-family level by providing healthy, nourishing herbs and remedies. All of our students share a common desire for valuable, practical herbal knowledge.
Motivated students participate in the Herbal Apprenticeship Programs and Community Workshops. Bridging the gap between natural wisdom and conventional medicine, students learn to speak the evolving language of modern medicine, and helps medical doctors better equip themselves to answer their patients’ alternative medicine questions.
“I took my first class with Suzanne over 20 years ago, recently circled back around, and found my way into her apprenticeship. Working with Suzanne has been like coming home. She provides a supportive, nurturing, and fun environment to learn, and to grow as an individual, in multiple ways. The apprenticeship provided community, and a welcome opportunity to explore, and celebrate, who you truly are. She knows her stuff, and also happens to be a truly kind person. I would recommend this for anybody with a serious interest in and connection to herbs, and a willingness and desire to dive deep and immerse themselves in the work.” Juliana T.
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Suzanne Tabert, bioregional herbalist, is director of herbal education and herbal mentor at the Cedar Mountain Herb School. An herbal medicine instructor for 30 years, Suzanne teaches with great passion and excitement, bringing her wealth of herbal knowledge to students in an engaging and vibrant manner. She is the primary instructor at CMHS and an adjunct faculty member and practicum supervisor for students at Bastyr University.
Taking students to wild places and giving them tools to engage and connect with flora, fauna, and the exquisite beauty of nature is the icing on the cake of life, and one way that Suzanne is making a difference in the world, one person, one group at a time. She is currently writing a botanical skin care book to be utilized by people of all ages who wish to glow with good health!
Cedar Mountain Herb School is a member of the United Plant Savers, American Herbalists Guild, and the American Herb Association.
“Critical thinking is key to understanding the interactions between plants and the body.” Suzanne Tabert
Read More From Suzanne
Suzanne contributes to several other publications within her field. You can read more from Suzanne and her expertise in all-things-nature by visiting the links to the left. Google Suzanne Tabert in each publication to find all of her articles. Happy wildcrafting!