Due to a combination of factors, the 3rd Ojai Herbal Symposium has been postponed to November 11-12, 2023, in order to be able to hold it in-person again. Please subscribe to the newsletter to stay updated.
In the meantime, here below is info from the 2nd Ojai Herbal Symposium in 2019 to give you an idea of what we’re about:
Full weekend registration includes a choice of one of these Sunday morning activities: Earth Island Medicinal Herb Garden Tour with Carol Wade, Herb Walk at Cluff Vista Park with Herb Walks with Lanny Kaufer , or Sweet Morning Yoga with Francesca Gold at Hamsa Studio.
- Full weekend: $295 (includes all classes and Sunday morning activities).
- Saturday or Sunday only: $150
- Individual presentations: $30
- PhytoPhunk Dance and Herbal Elixir Bar Saturday night at Greater Goods is by donation at the door.
- Herbal Marketplace at Chaparral Auditorium is free and open to the public.
Please note: All registrations paid via PayPal will include PayPal fees in the final price. Visit the Tickets page for details.
Acupuncturists, please note: We are Continuing Education Provider #1526, certified by the California Acupuncture Board. All our classes are approved for Continuing Education credit with a possibility of 12.5 Category 1 CEUs and 2 Category 2 CEUs per attendee. There is no additional charge for CEUs.
Full-time students: Students with proof of enrollment in a school, college, herbal academy, etc., may register with our student discount. See details here.
This year’s theme, “The Wisdom of the Body,” is borrowed from the title of Walter Cannon’s classic 1932 physiology textbook on homeostasis. Our esteemed presenters reflect a wide spectrum of medical and healing communities. They bring verifiable science and years of clinical experience to the discussion of medicinal herbs that can help our bodies maintain a healthy balance.
A portion of all proceeds from the Symposium will be donated to the Greater Goods Disaster Relief Fund which began after the 2017 Thomas and Koenigstein Fires and has dispersed $180,000 thus far to those who suffered losses.