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The Christmas Tree centre stage for a peaceful Christmas

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“The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention” – Oscar Wilde Over the years, I’ve steadily simplified my activities and responsibilities throughout the Christmas season, and truly benefited from slowing down and focusing this time on meaningful connection, reflection and self care. There is a magic to the holidays that touches […]

A Holiday Reset…Rhythms that Support Wellness

Dec 10

Self Care

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Graduate Maurizio Ansaldo

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Maurizio Ansaldo graduated first as a Healing Diets Coach, and then as a Quantum Botanicals Therapist and Healing Diets Nutritional Consultant. Upon graduation, Maurizio returned to his local community in Northern Italy to establish a clinic and to begin teaching workshops and classes. His practice was flourishing and he joined forces with his partner to […]

Graduate Maurizio Ansaldo Notices Growing Interest in Natural Medicine

Dec 8

Graduates

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Master Herbalist graduate Amy Spadafora

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  The lockdown presented challenging circumstances for many graduates and I was blown away with the creativity and determination of so many who found a way to be of service within the limitations of the time. Master Herbalist graduate, Amy Spadafora, has been building her practice in South Carolina for some time, and has the […]

Herbal Medicine Graduate’s Lockdown Epiphany

Dec 8

Graduates

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Graduate Bex Shindler in her kitchen

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Inspired by the powerful changes that she had witnessed in friends that had shifted to a more plant based diet, Bex Shindler enrolled in the Healing Diets Nutritional Consultant diploma course in 2016, and committed to work on her own self healing. Although her professional career was in the arts, Bex developed a plant-based catering […]

Virtual Cooking Class Innovation during Lockdown

Dec 8

Student Work

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Shen Nong Pen Tsao from 200BC

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Although the focus of our Herbal Medicine training is Western Herbalism, students are introduced to the history of herbal medicine through an exploration of the philosophy and practice of traditional and indigenous medical systems from around the world. Here, Herbal Medicine student Jessica Williams writes beautifully about Traditional Chinese Medicine’s approach to health and the […]

An Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s Approach to Health 

Dec 8

Student Work

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Herbal Medicine graduate opens Integrative Pharmacy in London

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Herbal Medicine graduate, Funke Adeniji, is a pharmacist who, through her work as an HIV specialist developed a profound interest in integrating HIV therapies with herbal medicine and supplements. My clinical pharmacy career started at Imperial College Hospital, and led to an interest in HIV. Through working as a Specialist HIV Pharmacist at some of […]

Graduate launches Integrative Pharmacy in London

Dec 8

Graduates

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Iridology drawing in watercolour

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Following are some beautiful examples of student work during lockdown. These ‘visual’ examples are a tiny taster of the steady flow of assignments that students submitted, and of course most of their assignments were written, so in the coming weeks I will be sharing some of their essays on the school blog. Self care was […]

Gallery of Student Work during Lockdown

Dec 8

Student Work

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Activating the parasympathetic nervous system with essential oils and 'long strokes.'

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Eight students gathered from the UK, France and the US for the Essential Oils & Healing Touch Immersion in February. It was a magical time as we played with the school’s large collection of essential oils, carrier oils, macerates and hydrosols, creating blends and healing processes for a range of case studies for health, wellness […]

Essential Oils & Healing Touch Immersion 2020

Dec 8

Immersions

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Iridology students displaying their iris mandala charts

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This autumn ten students gathered from near and far at Nutley Edge in East Sussex for the two-week Naturopathy & Iridology Immersion. Each day we explored a new level of iris analysis, beginning with iris structure from both physical and psychological perspectives, then integrated this with Naturopathy studies of the five elements. As we moved […]

Naturopathy & Iridology Immersion 2019

Dec 7

Student Work

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  I’m delighted to share the following video of a presentation of ‘Plant Senses, Consciousness and Cooperative Evolution in a Quantum World,’ I gave at Plant Consciousness in London in 2015. It was an inspiring two day event with numerous speakers, including Satish Kumar, David Bruce Leonard, Dennis McKenna, David Luke and Drew Dellinger, and […]

Cooperative Evolution in a Quantum World

Dec 7

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