01 September 2009 at 15:10
The School of Homeopathy, that still has places left on its attendance course starting this September, has created three 5-minute movies to help prospective students learn more about the School and it’s courses. The films, which feature Founder, Misha Norland; Principal, Mani Norland and Supervision Principal, Sheila Ryan can be viewed on the homepage of the School of Homeopathy’s website: www.homeopathyschool.com and also on their You Tube channel: www.youtube.com/user/SchoolofHomeopathy.
Founder Misha Norland talks about how the School stimulates students learning, the principles and ideals of the School and the qualities a student requires to study homeopathy. Principal Mani Norland talks about how the School started, the types of study, the courses available and what stands the school apart. Supervision Principal Sheila Ryan talks about the supervision process and how students move from theory into their own homeopathic practice all under the wing of the School.
Mani Norland says: “Movies are a wonderful way to transmit information and learning and we hope the clips give people a better sense of who we are, where we coming from and what we do. We have plans to release more online movie clips for our students in the near future.”
Each movie was professionally filmed in a ‘set-up’ studio onsite at their new home Hawkwood College, Stroud. The movies were Directed by Mani Norland and filmed and produced by local Independent film-maker Fergus Anderson.
The School has also released 16 other movie clips of Misha talking about different aspects of basic homeopathic philosophy and remedies. These clips are taken from the DVD that accompanies the School’s home study First Aid Course in Homeopathy. This short course is ideal for newcomers, students and practitioners and only takes around 7 days to complete but study can be stretched over a longer length of time to suite individual needs.