New Course 9-10 June for ‘Advanced Beginners’!

We’re delighted to announce a new course running the weekend of 9-10 June in Salisbury.

  • Would you like to know more about homeopathy?
  • Have you already attended our ‘Beginning Homeopathy’ course and want to know more?
  • Maybe you’re not quite ready to step into the full one year or four year programme? Or maybe you’d just like to know more for your own use at home?
  • Then our ‘Advanced Homeopathy’ Weekend Course is for you!  More details here.

ADVANCED HOMEOPATHY COURSE

  • You will be
    • enabled to look after yourself, friends and family
    • guided through how to observe accurately
    • able to find remedies from your own observations and guided questions
    • able to make records and keep your notes in a systematic way
    • kept safe by developing an awareness of serious situations
    • Able to appreciate how we get sick and how to maintain our wellbeing
  • Our experienced and passionate teachers will give you the right start, whilst you meet other like-minded people on your journey.
  • Comprehensive course notes are provided.

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Practicalities:

  • The course continues from the Beginning Homeopathy 2 day course, and runs two full days – usually at weekends.
  • Attendance on the Beginning Homeopathy Course is usually a pre-requisite.

Back to School – Autumn Blog from our Principal, Annie Batchelor

Is it me or does the new term come around earlier each year?  For those of us with little ones starting nursery or Primary School, or older children going ‘up to big school’ this time of year is full of expectation and anticipation.  At SHC we are sharing your feelings as we prepare for our new academic year and all our activities planned for 2017/18.

Back to College

Back to College

As Autumn approaches the smells in the air change; the light begins to fade as sunset creeps in earlier each day.   These seasonal reminders of change are music to a homeopath’s ear.  It is the seasons that beg us to yield to change.  We might still long for lazy beach days, or mornings without the alarm but sure as eggs are laid the time is here to start again.

The emotional flow in Autumn can sometimes catch us out, as we drop off the kids at school with that well known mix of relief and regret.  The gardeners among us are busy gathering in the harvest, tut tutting over a poor crop or a glut of beans.  All the while knowing that as soon as we get used to wearing socks and jumpers we will delight in frosty mornings again.

Study Homeopathy - old books, new technology

Study Homeopathy – old books, new technology

So what has all this to do with homeopathy?  Simply put we practice the gentle art of supporting reactions to change.  Some children relish going back to school, some don’t.  Some undergraduates, accustomed to the easy living at home, haver over their courses and flat and friends.  New terms also herald a raft of new inoculations for some that bring anxiety and dread.  Many a parent will contact me this week and this month with a lump in their throat as the drift to school and university continues.  Some of us deal well with parting and separation and some don’t.  Homeopathy offers a subtle and gentle tool for helping us over the humps in the road.  Having emotions is great and it’s normal, but occasionally we need help as the partings resonate with a painful memory that we simply cannot shift.

Studying homeopathy  at SHC ,whether to become a professional or to enjoy using homeopathy at home with a short course, gives you an understanding of human nature and suffering.  Being able to put experiences into an individual’s context and see how you can help is a key to developing your homeopathic thinking.

Anything is possible!

Anything is possible!

Guided by experienced professionals you will learn how our body and mind works, what’s normal and what’s an important symptom that needs attention.  We offer an integrated view of all things human and a holistic approach to health and illness.  Helping someone through a difficult new term can be to avoid getting sick later. So a little help at the beginning of a new season can help us ‘prime the pump’ as the demands of the week increases and we all adapt to the end of the year, which as we all know is really the beginning!

We would love to meet you! Do browse our website to find out more.

Annie Batchelor BA RSHom

Principal, Salisbury Homeopathy College

This September- New You with Natural Health & Homeopathy Training!

Plan ahead and make time for you with this September’s new academic year! Learn a skill for life – short course or long course, the choice is yours!

Beginning HomeopathyWould you like to learn more about wellbeing, natural health and homeopathy in a relaxed but professional environment? Maybe you would enjoy a practical course, with lots of interactive learning and innovative teaching?  Would you like to be able to use a home remedy kit to use on friends and family?  Then a short course might be for you.  Come along to our ‘Beginning Homeopathy’ Course 23-24 September, meet fellow students and enjoy a beautiful setting in central Salisbury.  Our tutors are enthusiastic, professional, practising homeopaths and lecturers who want you to get the most from your learning. You could even use the weekend as a ‘taster’ if you’re considering a professional training or change of career.  See here for more!

Or why not investigate a new career?  Train part-time over 4 years, with 10 weekends a year in beautiful Salisbury – innovative teaching, one-to-one tutor support, become part of the college community and learn a life-changing, transformative way of viewing health and how to work with individual clients. Become the change you want to see in the world. Our four year licentiate course will prepare you for practice and it starts this autumn too.  See here for more details.Clinic_large

Winter with self-help and homeopathy

Winter

 The great author John Steinbek wrote,

           “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.”

Yet there is sweetness in winter too as described by Edith Sitwell;

           “Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.”

Whatever your views, recognise that our body knows the seasons and a little support is always welcomed.

 

Simple care for healthy winters

  • Early to bed – this is the time of year to conserve energy so a few early nights a week will pay off in the Spring.
  • Drink plenty of fluids – cold makes muscles contract and forces us to pass urine more frequently. cold drinks often don’t appeal so keep topped up with hot water and a slice of lemon/lime/orange or drink plenty of herbal teas as caffeine also acts as a diuretic!
  • Changing winds bring damp or dryness; keep wrapped up and wear a hat to ward off the cold, dry chill from the northerlies and easterlies.

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Consider consulting a homeopath for support with minor ailments or to review your health and treatment options.