Date & Time
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Our emotions and stress affect our health. Flower Essences balance the negative aspects of our emotions so that we can function and flourish both physically and spiritually. In the 20th century, Dr. Bach created Bach Flower remedies to raise a person’s vibration and enliven the body to heal itself.
Flower Essences are a safe, gentle, and noninvasive form of healing therapy. They can be used to integrate the mind, body, and soul, which suggests that soul properties exist within plants.
We will be working with:
- 39 Bach flower essences, Australian bush flower essences, and Alaskan gem elixirs
- Ways to choose an essence
- How to interview/assess a client’s ailment
- Understanding the effects of shock and trauma on the physical and the subtle bodies
- Practicing spiritual, emotional, mental exercises, and much more
Note: This course is 31.5 hours. There will be a $35 materials fee payable to the instructor (this is not a registration fee). Materials include: notebook, handouts, essences, and two dropper bottles. Payment to the teacher in person: cash, check or Venmo
(Elizabeth’s email: email@example.com)
Free Intros on Monday, November 18 and Monday, January 13 at 6:00 pm.
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A Weekly Class
(9 Sessions) Mondays, January 27 – March 30, 2020, 6:00 – 9:30 pm
Members $755/Nonmembers $945
New York Open Center
Elizabeth Willoughby is a certified Bach Flower Essence therapist who has studied with Ian White of the Australian Bush Flower Essences and Steve Johnson of the Alaskan Flower Essence Project and others. She has also received certification in Green Medicine from herbalist Peeka Trenkle at the NY Open Center.