After 27 years at Yondercott House in Devon, the School of Homeopathy will be moving to Hawkwood near Stroud in the Cotswolds in September 2009.
This School has provided homeopathic education up to practitioner level to over 4,000 students across the world since 1981. It is known for its in-depth approach, strong philosophical grounding, student care, careful casework and ethical management.
Mani Norland, Principal in the wings, said: “ This is a very exciting move, Stroud is accessible from all parts of the country and has a wonderful art & craft, alternative healing, liberal & green attitude that homeopathy and the School will thrive in. Hawkwood College is a 19th Century country house in the beautiful and peaceful Cotswold countryside. Set in 42 acres of gardens, woods and fields, with its own spring water, it is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The rooms are light, airy and informal with lovely period features and plenty of character making them ideal for adult education. It is home from home for the School of Homeopathy!”
Though secluded, Hawkwood is less than two miles from the vibrant mill town of Stroud and easily accessible by train and road. Stroud has a mainline train station reachable from London in 90 minutes and is a short distance from both the M4 and M5. Hawkwood has overnight facilities and can accommodate over 50 guests. It is well known for its delicious, fresh and wholesome food. A large proportion of the food is organic and local, some from their own walled garden.
Misha Norland, Principal, said: To celebrate the move, we are offering all first year September 2008 students £275 off the first year attendance course fees, making it the best value first year of any in the land! Students will receive our established curriculum with its unsurpassed record, starting off at Yondercott House, celebrating our last year there, and then moving to Hawkwood where new energy will be in abundance to nurture the soul and stimulate the mind. The School will, of course, be run in the same way, with the same curriculum, lecturers, mentors, tutors and staff.
Mani added: “We have deliberately given the homeopathic community as much notice as possible to help build the energy and get the message out there. We will be doing a special launch day in Stroud later this year, plus we will be offering a free talk on homeopathy at Hawkwood so the local community get to know us and homeopathy. We are looking forward to the move with a warm embrace.
This entry was posted on 01 April 2009 at 15:17.