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An Introduction to Anthroposophic Medicine: Saturday 8th May

An Introduction to Anthroposophic Medicine

9.30am-3.30pm, Saturday 8th May, 2010

"Weleda" Classroom
South Pacific College of Natural Therapy
8 Arthur Street, Ellerslie Auckland

Explore this comprehensive, holistic extension to mainstream medical practice with its understanding of each individual as a unity of body, soul and spirit.

Develop new eyes through observation based artistic activity for why medicinal plants are effective as remedies for human health.

Learn which anthroposophically based medicines are effective in the treatment of common illnesses.

Workshop Leaders:

Dr. Simon Bednarek MBBS, FRNZCGP, is a Napier G.P and manager of a large and busy mainstream group practice integrating anthroposophic medicine. He endeavors to support the working together of allied health practitioners for better health.

Lis Alington BAgr Sc (Hon) Dip Bd Agr UK is editor of Earth Matters, Journal for the Renewal of AgriCulture through science, art and spirituality. She has potentised medicinal plants for Weleda, taught botany and zoology studies to students and presented Biodynamics to farmers throughout the country.

Tracy Killip BHSc (comp. med.), is a naturopath with over 14 years experience in the Natural Health industry. Tracy is the trainingcoordinator for Weleda NZ Ltd. In 2009 Tracy completed the Cert. Holistic Health Care gaining a comprehensive understanding ofthe anthroposophic principles behind the Weleda medicines.

Registration Details .
Workshop cost is $25.00. Payment on the day is acceptable if arranged in advance. Registration closes April 30 and
places are limited. Morning tea will be provided.

All enquiries and registrations to:
Mary Green
Weleda Charitable Trust
PO Box 8132
Havelock North 4157

Ph(06)872-8713 Fx (06) 872-8743

To register please send Name, Address, Phone and Email details

Sponsored by The Weleda Charitable Trust for the purpose of supporting Anthroposophic Medicine and medicine education in New Zealand