Homeopathy expert Jenni Tree to explore trauma at Society’s student workshop

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    [post_content] => Celebrated author, teacher and homeopathy practitioner Jenni Tree will be one of the star turns at a Society of Homeopaths workshop for new and aspiring entrants to the profession on Monday (4 December) at the London Canal Museum.

Jenni will be exploring how homeopathy can be used as an aid to coping with the physical, emotional and mental health consequences of trauma.

Trauma is defined in Jenni’s work as ‘an event or an emotion for which you are unprepared’, the kind of episode which may knock the body’s vital force off-balance.

“Your body and mind will attempt to absorb the repercussions but the previously easy flow of life force now has to realign its course around this blockage,” she said.

This might show up physically, emotionally or mentally, she says, adding that the effect of trauma can manifest itself as a range of health issues from involuntary weeping and stiffening joints to kidney stones and insomnia.

The interactive training day will explore these differing patterns and responses and suggest suitable remedies to unblock the flow of the vital force using  a range of systems and methodologies.

Everyone is invited to participate to whatever level suits them.

“Jenni has a wealth of experience of the benefits of homeopathy and has been asked to present all over the world,” said Pamela Stevens, the Society's Marketing Manager.

“She writes extensively - and in an engaging and personal way – about homeopathy and I expect anyone who comes to hear her talk will be motivated by what she has to say. We’re all looking forward to benefiting from her enthusiasm and expertise.”

Jenni has more than 30 years of homeopathic experience in clinics, teaching nationally and internationally, writing and editing and has recently been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Society for her long contribution to the profession.

 
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Celebrated author, teacher and homeopathy practitioner Jenni Tree will be one of the star turns at a Society of Homeopaths workshop for new and aspiring entrants to the profession on Monday (4 December) at the London Canal Museum.

Jenni will be exploring how homeopathy can be used as an aid to coping with the physical, emotional and mental health consequences of trauma.

Trauma is defined in Jenni’s work as ‘an event or an emotion for which you are unprepared’, the kind of episode which may knock the body’s vital force off-balance.

“Your body and mind will attempt to absorb the repercussions but the previously easy flow of life force now has to realign its course around this blockage,” she said.

This might show up physically, emotionally or mentally, she says, adding that the effect of trauma can manifest itself as a range of health issues from involuntary weeping and stiffening joints to kidney stones and insomnia.

The interactive training day will explore these differing patterns and responses and suggest suitable remedies to unblock the flow of the vital force using  a range of systems and methodologies.

Everyone is invited to participate to whatever level suits them.

“Jenni has a wealth of experience of the benefits of homeopathy and has been asked to present all over the world,” said Pamela Stevens, the Society’s Marketing Manager.

“She writes extensively – and in an engaging and personal way – about homeopathy and I expect anyone who comes to hear her talk will be motivated by what she has to say. We’re all looking forward to benefiting from her enthusiasm and expertise.”

Jenni has more than 30 years of homeopathic experience in clinics, teaching nationally and internationally, writing and editing and has recently been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Society for her long contribution to the profession.

 

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