Plant Allies : An Introduction to Herbal Medicine in Recovery

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Roundhouse Farm

1506 Burnside Road West

Victoria, BC V9E 2E2


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A day retreat with Clinical Herbalists, Störii Wild and Tony Oakworth.

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'Introduction to Herbal Medicine in Recovery' will focus on:

- Identifying specific plant allies for recovery

- Intuitive exploration and play with plants as medicine

- Simple herbal preparations you will feel empowered to make yourself

- Hands on medicine making

- An introduction to Plant Spirit Wisdom

This workshop is designed to deepen your recovery. All participants will take away:

- An awakened physical, emotional, spiritual connection to plants as medicine

- Herbal Medicine preparations you have made yourself!

- The confidence to integrate plant medicine into your Sacred Recovery journey

This workshop is intended for those who are curious about herbs as medicine. As this is introductory class is centered towards a beginner's approach, no previous herbal medicine experience is necessary.

About Your Facilitators:

Störii Wild

Störii is a herbalist, medicine maker & small-scale farmer/co-steward of the Wild Ellipsis Medicinal Herb Farm, an organic farm nestled on a small island off the West Coast of Canada.

Störii's passion for herbal and integrative medicine came to her during her own healing journey 15 years ago, when she first connected with plants as medicine. She has spent many years apprenticing with some of the Coast’s most cherished herbalists. She completed her diploma and graduated from Dominion Herbal College in 2015 and has studied bio-medical sciences and clinical practice in the Phytotherapy program through Pacific Rim College. Above all, Storii honours the plant’s as her greatest teacher’s; working intimately with their teachings, on her farm and within the sacred land’s of the Pacific North West.

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Tony Oakworth

Plants and fungi are magic…though you could say, when viewed through magical eyes, everything is magic! By observing, interacting, witnessing and patiently studying nature, human beings can cultivate a deep sense of sacred reverence and connection to all things. Life can be truly magic...if one so chooses. The choice is made easier when awareness is sufficiently cultivated which is a direct result of seeking to understand and contextualize experience. Those who take up the mantle to know themselves, inevitably begin the process of healing.

Tony has been on a journey of healing and/or self-discovery for 20 plus years. In 2011, he began studying herbal medicine, earning a diploma in Phytotherapy from Pacific Rim College (PRC). After graduation, he worked in the supplement industry followed by working at PRC’s herbal dispensary. From there he began his teaching career, offering a medicinal mushroom materia medica, a nutrition course on food toxicity, therapeutics in the Community Herbalist program, teaching clinics and several weekend workshops in the Phytotherapy, Nutrition, and Permaculture programs.

His passion for people, plants and fungi and their interrelationships keeps him buzzing with questions to be answered and understood. He LOVES to engage in meaningful dialogue and enjoys sharing his knowledge with others. From plants and fungi to his personal healing journey, Tony energetically delivers engaging and accessible content.

Human beings are here to act as stewards of the planet and to tend the garden by cultivating themselves as much as their surroundings. In order to thrive and flourish, people must become compassionate gardeners of love and expanded awareness. The plants have partnered up with Tony to help make that happen.

Tony Oakworth is a registered herbal therapist, owner of Woodward Phytotherapy (herbal medicine clinic in Brentwood Bay, BC), and educator at Pacific Rim College in Victoria, BC working in the fields of plant medicines, nutrition, and mycology.

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What to bring:

- A bagged lunch or $$ to purchase from shopping complex nearby

- Items to keep you comfortable (blanket, water)

- Journal or something to write in

- A pen or writing instrument

- An open heart and mind

There are very comfy pillows and back supports provided at the venue! If you require a chair please bring one along.

We see our recovery as a gift + we are committed to a social change model. We compassionately provide a sliding scale fee structure for all of our offerings.

$97 | Community (discounted) – The community supports your recovery journey. You are worthy of our contributions.

$117 | Sustainer (pays for you) – Take exceptional care of yourself. You are worthy of the time spent on your healing.

$137 | Supporter (pays for others) – Contribute to the recovery of others while taking exceptional care of yourself.

We find this resource about sliding scales helpful.

About Sacred Recovery

We believe that working as a collective community, we can truly make a change. At Sacred Recovery we give you the opportunity to contribute to the recovery of others, while taking exceptional care of yourself.

Hello, we are Lisa and Lucy. We are the co-founders of Sacred Recovery. We both have over a decade of professional experience in the field of addiction recovery. We are women in long term recovery. We have street cred and professional certifications but most importantly we look forward to getting to know you and exploring all that is sacred - together.

For more information about Sacred Recovery please visit

The Sacred Recovery rituals + offerings are located at Roundhouse Farm in Victoria, BC. Organic farm and event venue in Victoria BC.

A place for people to come together for retreat, learning, music and celebration. While on site participants can explore the working organic farm, acres of peaceful land, and the beautiful roundhouse. The farm is also home of Roundhouse Midwives, offering complete care for childbearing families. you can read more about the venue here:


What are my parking options?

There is parking available on site. We encourage carpooling whenever possible.

Will there be group sharing?

Yes. Our rituals + offerings are participatory and often will include a group sharing component. Sharing is invitational and all participants are welcome to pass - however we welcome you to push your edges, use your voice, and remember that what you have to offer is valuable.

Do I need to have previous experience?

Absolutely not. An open heart/mind is all that is required.

Is smoking permitted at the venue?

No smoking of any kind is permitted on the property. Smoking is permitted just off the property, a short walk to the road.

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1506 Burnside Road West

Victoria, BC V9E 2E2


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