An Introduction to the Bach Flower Remedies for Therapists
LOCATION: Farlington / Bedhampton area (Hampshire, UK). Parking is on a residential road, and is free.
TIME: 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
COST: £25 per person (inclusive of everything below, plus teas/coffees); small groups only - a minimum of 2 participants and a maximum of eight.
Bach Flower Remedies offer fantastic emotional support during all stages of life, and especially in times of upheaval.
This course would suit practitioner's of any discipline who want basic, concise, and useful knowledge of the remedies so they can use them alongside their main therapy to assist their patients, or even themselves. Suitable for complementary health therapists, and all healthcare workers in any branch of the industry, including nurses. If you are not a practitioner and simply use these remedies for yourself and want to know more, feel free to come along, but note that this workshop has a slight focus on using the remedies alongside other therapies.
A brief intro to Dr Edward Bach and the creation of the remedies
An outline of the Twelve Healers and what they mean
An outline of the second 19 remedies and what they were intended for
An outline of the last seven remedies and what they were intended for
How to choose remedies as a support to another therapy
Choosing flower remedies when using them as the main therapy
Essence Sensing (Psychometry)
How to mix dosage strength combinations for people
You'll receive printed handouts, a small booklet that supports this course (A Practitioner's Quick Reference Pocketbook of the Bach Flower Remedies), and the chance to take away your own essence combination. You'll also receive a certificate of attendance for anyone who wants to add those 3 hours to their CPD.
Trainer: Dianna Hardy is a certified and insured essence therapist. She received her Bach Flower Remedies training with Healing Herbs Ltd in 2003 - she's been using them with clients and family/friends ever since. Her website is www.vibrationalessences.co.uk