Horn Street-based naturopath Lucy Peel runs a Bach Flower Remedies Workshop on Saturday 12 September 3pm – 5.30pm.
Lucy Peel is a university-trained naturopath who has practiced as a complementary therapist for over 5 years.
She is a highly qualified and experienced naturopath working here in Somerset and on the Isle of Wight. She runs her own naturopathy clinic and is available for private consultations, workshops and group sessions.
Lucy strongly believes that therapies such as naturopathy should be complementary to conventional treatment and is trained to work alongside doctors or other therapists where necessary.
She is currently studying for her masters in Nutritional Therapy, which she loves, but still holds true to her naturopathic principles of gentle healing, first removing obstacles to health by changing diet and lifestyle before looking at stronger interventions using nutraceuticals (or supplements to you and me!).
What Lucy really loves about her job as a naturopath is that it enables her clients to take their health in their own hands.
Lucy is registered with the General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN), and is a student member of the British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT).
She is fully insured as a practitioner and regularly attends CPD training to keep her knowledge up to date.
Learn which Bach Flower Remedies can work on various mood states and emotions including:
- Confusion and uncertainty (eg as to what path to take in life)
- Worry (for yourself and for others)
- Sadness and bereavement
- Shock and trauma
During this enjoyable introduction into the Bach Flower Remedies system, Lucy will be talking you through which Bach Flower Remedy relates to each emotional state.
This will be an interactive workshop, including blending your own personal remedy to take home which you will have designed to match your current emotional situation.
This includes Lucy’s talk on the Bach remedies, workshop notes to take away and a personal remedy mix made up for you during the workshop. Drinks and healthy afternoon treats will be provided.
The workshop will be limited to a small group of 6 to encourage group participation and to allow time for individual questions and learning.
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