Essential Oil Distillation Workshops 2021
$165 One Day Workshops
Three locations to choose from:
- May 8, Red Acres Farm, Cedar City, Utah
- June 12, House of Aromatics in Boulder, Utah
- July 17, Sweet grass Cafe, Bicknell, Utah
- August 28, House of Aromatics in Boulder, Utah
Workshops start at 9:00AM and end at 6:00PM. We open doors at 8:00AM
From the Forest to the Bottle! Join artisan distiller Eric Scott and share a journey into the art, science and magic of essential oil distillation. Organic chemistry and plant magic at the source from start to finish. You will leave empowered to distill your own essential oils and hydrosols.
Tuition $165, Couples/Family/Students 10% off (use code workshop10), includes 5 mls of essential oil, 1 qt of hydrosol, distillation empowerment
12 participants maximum per day COVID MINDFUL
For questions call 435 335-7399 or email firstname.lastname@example.org w/subject EO Workshop.
Directions and further instructions on how to prepare will come in your welcome letter after registration is complete.
The location of these events is in the middle of incredible scenic wonder. Hours from Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, and surrounded by the Grand Staircase National Monument, it will become part of an unforgettable vacation.
What we’ll do:
- Gather Conifer trees from the forest in a sustainable model.
- Process the branches and pack the distillation drum.
- Experience and learn the fundamentals of the distillation process.
- Decant the oil.
- Learn about Conifer essential oil uses.
- Share and dialog!
- Go home empowered to distill your own hydrosols and essential oils.
Some nice words from folks who have attended previous workshops:
“Thank you again for the weekend. Your passion and commitment to the forest, the plants, the oils and helping all beings to heal is clear and inspiring!” – R.
“I certainly did not expect what I experienced. I was amazed at how one man could make so much happen! Your distillation process is a delight. I appreciate the concept of thanking the plants when you harvest them. The gloves and the branch representing the man’s hands coming together with the plants as a cooperative effort… I certainly see and feel the difference in these oils and hydrosols. I’ve almost used up all of my rabbit brush, I love it so much. I took away the value of the process leading up to the oils, and I will be sure to investigate all sources of essential oil I intend on working with.” – T.
“Thank you deeply for the hospitality in sharing your home and educating us in the process of essential oil making. Watching the entire process from collecting the plant to setting up the distiller to enjoying the final outcome was… really cool!! Learning from you was definitely an inspiration, and it got me thinking about implementing a still on our property in a few years.” – C.
“We learned about the process of making essential oils from scratch, which is useful information to be sure, but the most powerful things I brought home with me were not specific facts and procedures. They were the experiences I received from within myself, from my classmates, from the animals, from Eric, and from the trees themselves.” – W. S.
“I want to thank you for your guidance into my journey with the Ponderosa while I was at the House of Aromatics…. I had an amazing experience while I was there and learned so much about essential oils. You are a graceful and skilled guide. I am grateful for my experiences while I was there. Thank you for holding space and helping to forge memories I will always treasure.” – T.
“Thank you again for all you are doing to take part in healing the earth and healing the people in it. I learned so much about essential oil that I did not know before and now I feel so much more responsible. I assumed I would never truly understand the process of extracting properties from plant material through steam… but the way it was broken down into parts was absolutely refreshing and I can honestly say I understand the process. Thank you! What a great feeling.” – P. G.