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a flower essence + poetry series in six parts
09 July - 13 August

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Poaceae is the botanical name for the grass family ~ this includes bamboo, wild & cultivated grasses, like our cereal grasses~ it's name is derived from the Ancient Greek póa which translates to fodder. The Poaceae is considered to be the most integral source of the world's energy supply ~

Poaceae is part poetry writing workshop  //  part flower essence experience


In Poaceae:

-- We meet on Zoom for six, 2.5 hour sessions from July-August 

-- Each member of our group will receive a collection of 6 flower essences to work with on their own time, which will also serve as prompts for our writing & gatherings

-- You are welcome to book a 30-minute, private guidance session with me anytime during our six weeks


Poaceae is:

-- Structured like a traditional poetry workshopping class

-- Centered around writing new poems, sharing them in the group, & then receiving feedback for editing & refinement

-- Readings & prompts will given in between our class meetings, but the time we spend together will be centered on sharing & receiving feedback on our work


Poaceae is offered:

-- To provide fodder for our unique language with plants & energy medicine

-- To deepen & nourish our connection with our own voice

-- To carve out sacred space to write & read

-- To sink our toes into the grasses of our imagination



Class details:

 Tuition for the series, including 6 essences & shipping is $350

⁘ There are -- 3 lower cost slots available -- please email me to inquire!

⁘ Payment plan is also available

⁘ Class size is limited to 7 people

 Poaceae is open to all levels of experience with writing, poetry, & flower essences

Class dates + times in Summer:

-- Sunday, 09.July

-- Sunday, 16.July

-- Sunday, 23.July

-- Sunday, 30.July

-- Sunday, 06.August

-- Sunday, 13.August

* Each class will meet from 2.30-5.00 pm, EST



For as long as she can recall, Chanelle has been writing. The written word has been pivotal in her personal journey to becoming the type of person, healer, & practitioner she is today. As such, her poetry is an immense piece of the medicine she shares with her clientele & students ~ often, she has been told that just reading her written descriptions of plants has been medicine in & of itself. 


Chanelle has taught poetry in schools to children & young adults through Poetry in the Schools (RI) + Deep Center (GA), been invited to read poetry all over the States & in Canada, & has been published in numerous in-print & online collections such as Deluge; ÖmëgäThe 4 Poets, Rabid Oak, The Colton Review& forthcoming work in Empty Houses.


Chanelle continues to refine her written work at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC & under the tutelage of Elaine Kahn & Joanna Penn Cooper.

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