hey dear folks, praying you feel safe, connected, and cared for during these potent times. hope to see you this summer. wishes for wellness for all, planty kim


SUNDAY, September 22nd*, 9am – 12:30pm
Chatham County

Celebrate the end of summer as we ramble fields and yardens meeting new plant friends (including maypop and pawpaw!), learning sustainable foraging skills, and sampling wild treats. Go home inspired to bring earth’s free superfood and medicine into your family’s daily life.

Group size limited and walks fill up! Handout and recipes included. Ages 12 and up. Participants need to be able to walk and stand on uneven surfaces for several hours. We will meet rain or shine (*extreme weather make up date 9/29). Sliding scale; please pay the most you are able. Scholarships available. Location provided with registration.



–> Wild Fall Ramble, October 19th
–> Fall Foraging Foray, November 17th
–> Winter Solstice Tree Walk, December 21st

Email me (kimcalhoun at gmail dot com) to be notified when registration opens or sign up for my newsletter (link below).


GENTLE YOGA ONLINE & IN PERSON (simultaneously 🙂 )


Next Session*: August 19th – October 16th
*sign up for whole session to receive discount +  weekly class recordings. 

Drop ins possible with pre-registration. Online students need to sign up before 5pm.

In-person space is limited and folks are asked to stay home if feeling unwell. Masks are optional.

Folks of all shapes, colors, orientations, and levels of experience are welcome!* These gentle classes support our resilience, steadiness, and connection as we navigate times of immense change and challenges. Kim facilitates a playful and mindful exploration of movement and breath, sharing stress-relieving tools that are easily integrated off the yoga mat. Together we’ll lengthen, balance, strengthen, and rest.

*be in touch if you have questions about whether this practice is a good fit for you. two positions i like to be sure folks are relatively comfortable with are sitting on a cushion on the floor and “table pose” (hands and knees on the floor, on a folded blanket for cushioning). if these positions are not accessible to you, another class like chair yoga or individual instruction may be more appropriate.

In-Person: Class is back in the beautiful Joy of Movement studio at Chatham Mills. Space is limited for physical distancing as we continue to navigate collective safety. Masks are optional at this time. Please do not come to class if you are not feeling well or have been around someone who is ill. Arrive 5-10 minutes early to get settled for class to start at 6pm.

Livestream: If you are dropping into class online, please register below before 5pm to receive zoom link in time! When you register, I will send you the current week’s link along with details on navigating technology and creating a safer container for participants. Students log in 5-10 minutes before class to be sure I have time to admit you from the “waiting room”. After we have a brief welcome, you are free to turn off your video if that feels more comfortable (you can still see me but are not visible to other students during class).

–> WHOLE 9-WEEK SESSION : $135 ($15/class, a savings of $18 compared to drop in fee + you receive weekly class recordings).

–> DROP-IN: (online students: register before 5pm to receive zoom link)
first time student: $13
returning drop-in student: $17
solidarity discount (for folks who are struggling financially): $10
if this isn’t accessible, be in touch about being my guest in class.



In your backyard, woods, neighborhood…

Get to know the abundant medicinal and edible plant friends growing all around you while developing a deeper relationship to the land where you live. Inspiring personalized plant explorations with “Planty” Kim are available for individuals and small groups of all ages. Great for families, neighbors, and friends. Contact Kim for rates and scheduling.


To celebrate my birthday, I invite folks to contribute towards my scholarship fund which allows me to provide access to classes for folks with limited financial resources. Thanks for helping me realize my vision of making wild food and medicine knowledge available for all! I’m so grateful (yep, that’s young Planty Kim showing my excitement) to my generous friends who have given over the years (amounts ranging from $5-$500)! Thanks to you, I’ve been able to share scholarship support with many eager students! Just click the yellow donate button at the bottom of this page…


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