Places are limited, so we advise you book early!
This year The School of Homeopathy is proud to present Dr Massimo Mangialavori, who will be sharing his love of the Mushrooms Remedies at the School of Homeopathy on May 9th & 10th 2015. A renowned international teacher, he is known for clinical expertise, passion for advanced homeopathy and materia medica.
Massimo says, “What does it mean to be a real homeopathic family? More than a family, mushrooms comprise a huge and intriguing kingdom. Ubiquitous in nature with vast influence on life as we know it, mushrooms are capable of producing a wide range of potent substances. In these two days we will touch on the Mushroom remedies known in our materia medica such as Bovista, Psilocybe caerulescens, Agaricus muscarius, ?Boletus laricis, ?Boletus edulis, Boletus satanas, ?Secale cornutum, Ustilago maydis, Candida albicans. Materia medica and cases of the newer remedies Phallus impudicus and Cordyceps sinensis will also be presented”.
The School of Homeopathy opens its doors to everyone each May and we invite all homeopathic students and homeopaths to come and join us.
Dr Massimo Mangialavori teaches Mushroom Remedies ‘The Unknown Kingdom’
Dates: 9th and 10th May 2015
Location: The School of Homeopathy at Hawkwood College, Stroud
Course fee: £65 per day
Early birds: book the 2 days by 14 November 2014 at just £100!
Lunches: £11 per day
Dinner: £12 available Saturday evening
Accommodation: Single B&B £40, shared £26 per night available on Friday and Saturday.
Course bookings: contact Jen at the School of Homeopathy: 01453 765 956
Meals & Accommodation bookings: contact Jane at Hawkwood: 01453 759 034
This it is a great opportunity to learn from one of homeopathy’s finest practitioners, and Patron of the School of Homeopathy. This will be an engaging, fun and memorable weekend and we hope to see you there!
This entry was posted on 01 October 2014 at 09:53.