Presented by Ulrike Holzer LSECH MSCH MARH
The next course will be held in January 2020 – date and venue to be confirmed in due course.
This First Aid Homeopathic Course aims to provide a solid practical knowledge in treating many common ailments with homeopathic remedies. It will help you to become a competent first-aid homeopathic prescriber.
- 18 major homeopathic remedies
- Treatments for common illnesses, including sore throats, coughs, earache, fevers, flu, childhood illnesses, such as chickenpox, upset tummies (vomiting, diarrhoea)
- First aid for minor injuries, such as bruises, sprains, cuts, and emotional traumas, such as shock from injury or bad news
- Holistic perspective on health and disease.
The course also provides a thorough understanding of homeopathic principles and philosophy, allowing you to gain a new perspective on health, disease and treatment.
Course fee: £80
A deposit of £40 is required to secure your place on the course, with the balance due on the day.
For more information, and about future courses, please contact Uli Holzer on 07792 646319 or email email@example.com
What former participants of this course say:
‘In only 2 days, I took away practical tools and inspiration to learn more. The course provided a thorough hands-on introduction to homeopathy.’
M. T. Tunbridge Wells
‘Came away buzzing. I found the course very stimulating. It whet my appetite to learn more about homeopathy.’
R. S. Tunbridge Wells
‘The course gave me a much greater understanding of some of the most common and useful first aid remedies, as well as the confidence to more readily practise my knowledge at home in a quick and safe way.
The structure of the course was such that there was room to discuss personal experience and also tackle case studies amongst the participants. I found this very helpful and I also got answers to some questions I have had for a while.
I found the course very useful in the day to day situations with my family and children, especially in these colder months with all the viruses and sicknesses going around.’
C. B. Tunbridge Wells