A hands on learner Jennifer began her herbal apprenticeship with Charles Cochrane of the Silver Willow in Rehoboth MA in 2009. She went on to intern with Mary Blue of Farmacy Herbs in Providence RI. She continues to learn and enthusiastically brings her passion for herbs and learning to her teaching.
She has been teaching beginner herbal classes for several years now throughout Southern New England. See Events for upcoming classes.
The Garden which became before the apprenticeship started with pots of common Kitchen Herbs and has morphed into an herbal teaching garden with over 75 different herbs. Herbs in the garden are harvest for both their Medicinal properties and their Magical Properties. You can find Jenza's Garden Herbs & Flower Essences at The Magical Connection in Harrisville RI, Bewitch of Scituate in Scituate RI & A Touch of Magick in Uxbridge MA.
Jennifer has been crafting custom brooms/ besoms since 2009.
When she couldn’t find a broom that wasn’t made in China for her own use Jennifer found Charlie Martel a Broom Maker in Manchester NH to teach her. She has been crafting them ever since. Jennifer understands how special a broom can be and makes sure she only lets good intentions flow into the broom as she weaves them.
For those who want to make their own brooms/besoms she holds classes. To schedule your own class contact: The Magical Connection in Harrisville RI, Bewitch of Scituate in Scituate RI & A Touch of Magick in Uxbridge MA.
A labyrinth is a meandering path with a singular path leading to a center. There is one way in and one way out.
You begin a labyrinth walk at the entrance and proceed along the path. Lines define the path. By the time you make it to the center you have travelled half the distance. It is common to pause in the center taking as long as you want before turning around, and walking the path back out.
Labyrinths are used for many reasons:
Clarity and much more.
They are for people of all faiths.
As a Veriditas Trained Facilitator Jennifer helps enrich the Labyrinth experience. She is trained to introduce the Labyrinth in both meditative walking and ceremonial use.
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