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The class exceeded my expectations! I was very impressed with your skills/knowledge, and your patience. Thank you for making my first soap-making

experience a fun one!


Goat's milk soap-making classes available in Staunton!

Would you like to learn how to create natural, fragrant, colorful high-quality soaps at home? It can be a fun, practical, and addicting skill! We will be presenting the cold-process method of soap-making with goat’s milk, and we’ll discuss equipment, ingredients, procedure, resources, and more.


The 2.5 hour class will include hands-on participation as we create a batch of soap together. Each person will bring home 7-8 bars of freshly-made soap, $45+ value!

Safety: We will explain and use lye safety rules, and we will gather in a ventilated outdoor setting (winter classes held indoors). Age 10+ suggested. 

Please Bring: apron (or an old shirt you don’t mind getting oil splotches on), rubber gloves, safety glasses (we will have a few pairs available to share), an old cookie sheet or box to carry home your soap molds

Cost: $75/person

Beginner Class Dates:



                   Saturday, July 16th, 2022, 9:30 am -12:00 pm

Space for minimum of 4 and maximum of 8 students per class. 

Deadline for registering is July 9th.

Level 2 Classes:


The level 2 class includes advanced topics such as formulating recipes, controlling trace, water discounting, master-batching lye, essential oil blending, artistic designs, troubleshooting, and making round 100% goat's milk soap bars. Note: It is not required that you take the level 1 beginners class first, but very helpful if you have prior basic soapmaking knowledge.


We also offer private lessons!


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Registration Closed

"I absolutely loved your class and would love to do it again!"

- Patricia

Classes in VA are no longer being offered. Thanks for your interest!

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