Bach Flower Remedies Introductory Level 1
This is a workshop for family and friends
Time: 10.00 – 4.00
The workshop is held at Jackie Hamilton School premises at Melbourne House, Arminghall Close, Norwich NR3 3UE
Payment and booking for this Workshop: Tessa Jordan Tel: 01473 728498 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the first level of the series of courses about the Bach flowers and over the two days we cover all of the remedies, including Dr Bach's crisis mix (often called Rescue Remedy), how to use the remedies, some of Dr Bach's history, his philosophy of healing and you will also have the opportunity to choose a personal mix of remedies. The course is friendly, supportive and interactive - and we have a lot to cover! Afterwards you will be able to use the remedies more effectively for yourself and with family and friends.
You will receive a Certificate of Attendance showing the course is approved by the Bach Centre. Anyone with an interest in the remedies is welcome to attend and you can then choose to go on to the Level 2 if you want to know even more.
The cost for the course is £200, which covers all materials (books, handouts, exercises, use of the remedies) and a Certificate of Attendance. We also provide drinks and snacks during the course, but not lunch. We are able to take payment for the courses by card, cash, bank transfer or cheque.
If you would like more details or would like an application form, please email Tessa or ring her on 01473 728498. She will be happy to talk it through with you.
This varies with every association but, for example, the CThA awards 7 points for a one day workshop.
Tessa is an experienced Homeopath and Bach Practitioner who has run a busy practice since 1988. She is registered with the Society of Homeopaths, the Association of Natural Medicine and the Bach Centre. Tessa is committed to supporting people with their health and wellbeing in a gentle, effective and empowering way. Tessa’s practice is based in Ipswich, Suffolk, UK where she offers consultations with an emphasis on establishing a safe, professional atmosphere so she can take a clear case history. Tessa acknowledges the relevance of stress in the disease process and uses counselling skills to encourage clients to explore their symptoms holistically, taking into account emotional states, shocks and lifestyle pressures, as well as physical complaints, sensitivities and allergies