This certified course is the first of the three levels of training in the Bach International Education Program (BIEP) to become a Registered Bach Foundation Practitioner (BFRP) with the Bach Centre in the UK.
It is also a stand-alone course, for those who simply wish to have a better understanding of how to use the 38 Bach Flower remedies for themselves, their families and perhaps clients.
It is for those who wish to be able to manage their emotions, through times of stress as well as in daily life.
The course provides all the basic information required, to help students effectively use the Bach system of healing which was discovered 90 years ago by Dr Edward Bach.
I will share my own Bach-journey with students and encourage them to explore the Bach Flower remedies as a way to gain and maintain their own emotional-balance.
Safe and simple to use in everyday life and for all ages, students may discover that the Bach Flower remedies are exactly the gentle, emotional-help that they have been looking for.
Note: Students may find themselves frantically scribbling the names of loved-ones beside the remedy descriptions which sound perfect for them. I say this from my own experience 🙂
Students will learn about::
- The 38 Bach Flower Remedies and the indications for use
- Rescue remedy
- The effects of the Bach Flower remedies
- How the remedies are made
- How to mix and use the remedies
- The history and Philosophy of Dr Bach
- Using remedies with Plants and Animals
- Using remedies in everyday life
This course will run 9.30-4.30 pm on 29th Feb and 10-4.30 pm on March 1st 2020.
If preferred, a non-refundable deposit of $100 via etransfer can be paid, to secure a space on the course, with the balance due 7 days prior to course commencement.
Cost Includes certificate, handouts, rescue remedy, a remedy mix and a starter Bach book.
Refreshments are provided throughout the day plus homemade vegetarian soup, to accompany your own packed lunch.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form, if payment via etransfer is preferred.