An exclusive weekend seminar in Corofin, Co. Clare Feb 20th & 21st 2010
Experience the peace and tranquility of the Burren, while learning about mammalian remedies from Jonathan Hardy. Dr Hardy is taking a break from his clinical practice in homeopathy and lecturing schedule in the UK and Europe to join us in a renovated farmhouse in Corofin, overlooking Mullough More.
Mammals are a wonderful source of deeply healing remedies for the Homeopath. We will look at the common themes found in Mammal cases and the large range of significant pathologies treated with them. We will identify the differences between Prey and Predator cases and the distinguishing features of the different Families within the Class of Mammals.
We will study remedies in depth using many case examples – mainly on video edited for brevity and clarity.
Remedies include: Cats – Lion, Tiger and Domestic Cat; Dogs – Wolf, Domestic Dog and Mad Dog (Lyssinum); Primates – Rhesus Monkey, Gorilla and Man: Ungulates – Fallow Deer, Horse and Donkey.
Dr. Hardy qualified as a zoologist in 1978 and as a doctor in 1984. He went on to study homeopathy and has been in full time homeopathic practice since 1986. He lectures on the Faculty of Homeopathy training syllabus for doctors in Europe and is on their specialist register.
The weekend promises to be both relaxing and stimulating. The farmhouses were newly renovated last year complete with wood-burning stoves and an outdoor hot-tub. Check them out at: www.burrenlifebalance.com.
Cost: €125 for two days or €70 for one day.
Meals: €15 buffet lunch, €25 three course dinner.
Accommodation: €35 per person sharing, €55 single. Places are limited so early booking is recommended.
Please contact Erica, of the Irish Society of Veterinary Homeopaths to book.
Tel/Text : +353 86 8527080