Warm-blooded creatures: new mammal and bird cases day 2
In this seminar we will be studying new cases of mammals and birds from Jonathan’s practice. Warm-blooded animals give protection and care to their young and this theme is characteristic of the group. It is reflected in the strengths and weaknesses and hopes and fears of patients needing these remedies. We will compare birds with mammals and prey with predators. We will also have an introduction to Fish remedies – they may be cold-blooded but they can present surprisingly like birds and we will learn how to differentiate the two groups.
About Dr. Jonathan Hardy
Jonathan studied Zoology at Oxford University and obtained an Honours degree in 1978. He then studied Medicine at Southampton University and qualified in 1984. He became a member of the Faculty of Homeopathy in 1988 and since then has worked fulltime on the south coast of England as a Homeopathic doctor.
Jonathan practises classical Homeopathy, combining the time-tested traditional techniques with the exciting new methods developed by the well-known Homeopathic teachers of the twentfirst century. In particular the work of Rajan Sankaran and Jan Scholten has been important in his practice. Learning and applying knowledge of the themes which run through the various kingdoms and remedy groups is a fundamental method in his practice.
Accreditatie is aangevraagd bij de NVKH. Geaccrediteerd door de AVIG met 5 punten HN.
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Warm-blooded creatures: new mammal and bird cases day 2 - € 180,00
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