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Wed, Feb 28


Online via Zoom

Conscious Microdosing Workshop

Empowering Yourself Through the Art & Science of Responsible Microdosing with Nature's Oldest Allies

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Conscious Microdosing Workshop
Conscious Microdosing Workshop

Time & Location

Feb 28, 2024, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM EST

Online via Zoom

About the Event

*Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable to future events or for other services.*

Chances are you’re hearing a lot about microdosing lately, and it’s no surprise. Many people are turning to some of nature’s oldest allies for a new way of holistic healing. A way of healing that centers and expands your innate intelligence, your body’s ability to heal, and a way to derive a deeper meaning from your life and relationships.

In this workshop, we will cover:

  • The Ancestral & Indigenous Wisdom Behind Plant Medicine
  • The Benefits of Microdosing
  • The Science of Microdosing
  • Who Microdosing is For (…and Who It's Not)
  • How to Get the Most Out of Your Microdosing Experience

What to expect:

This intimate, virtual workshop will be hosted in community with like-minded people.  

We'll dive into sharing the topics above from 5-6 PM ET followed by an optional Q&A from 6-6:30 PM.

Please bring a journal or notebook and something to write with.

**Note: This workshop will not be recorded, so it’s important to attend live.**


Workshop Hosts:


Stephanie is a lifelong student of the plants and healing arts with certifications/training in somatic trauma resolution, herbalism, transformational life coaching, breathwork, psychedelic preparation & integration, reiki, and plant medicines of the Andean tradition. Her compassionate and loving guidance is often what clients say helps them to face childhood trauma, mother wounds, emotional pain, heartbreak, and grief with greater courage, self-love, and acceptance.  Stephanie’s work has been featured in publications such as ABC News, Colorado Public Radio, Dance Magazine, Mind Body Green, Elephant Journal, Tiny Buddha, and various national and local publications.  Stephanie was selected as one of Charleston, SC’s “50 Most Progressive” celebrating the most forward-thinking individuals having an impact on the future of Charleston, SC.


Hilary Johnson is a women’s leadership & business coach and the founder of Hatch Tribe, Hatch & Co Consulting, and most recently, Fast Friends Fungi. Her love of mushrooms began as a child, from stomping on big white puffballs in her yard to consuming copious amounts of button mushrooms drenched in ranch dressing. Her obsession with fungi led her to Guatemala where she learned the art & science of mushroom cultivation. Today you’ll find her obsessing over her Lion’s Mane & Pink Oyster mushrooms while geeking out on all things mycelial.


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    +$1.10 service fee
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