Short film celebrates benefits of Society-funded community clinic

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    [post_content] => A new film captures homeopathy at work in a very natural setting at a Society-funded community clinic in Peckham, south east London.

The free clinic was set up at an established community garden and the film – made by Carol Boyce who has taught homeopathy students for more than 30 years – features practitioner Rix Pyke RSHom and patients talking about life and work in a place they say, “inspires healing on all levels.”

The garden is a haven for people seeking regular treatments as well as residents taking the opportunity to find out more about homeopathy while they are out walking.

“It is such a gift to be able to offer homeopathy in a community clinic like ours," says Rix Pyke.

“More and more people are seeking natural ways to deal with their own health and drug-free methods of dealing with symptoms. They are turning away from the routine antibiotic and anti-depressant answers doled out after a seven-minute consultation with a GP.

“The short film encapsulates the best of the community clinic in its garden setting showing Southwark residents, living with mental health concerns, taking their health into their own hands and appreciating the holistic approach that homeopathy offers.”

The clinic based at the Glengall Wharf Garden in Peckham, London, offers homeopathy on an appointment or drop-in basis once a month.

It has grant funding from the Society until 2019.

Watch the film 

 
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A new film captures homeopathy at work in a very natural setting at a Society-funded community clinic in Peckham, south east London.

The free clinic was set up at an established community garden and the film – made by Carol Boyce who has taught homeopathy students for more than 30 years – features practitioner Rix Pyke RSHom and patients talking about life and work in a place they say, “inspires healing on all levels.”

The garden is a haven for people seeking regular treatments as well as residents taking the opportunity to find out more about homeopathy while they are out walking.

“It is such a gift to be able to offer homeopathy in a community clinic like ours,” says Rix Pyke.

“More and more people are seeking natural ways to deal with their own health and drug-free methods of dealing with symptoms. They are turning away from the routine antibiotic and anti-depressant answers doled out after a seven-minute consultation with a GP.

“The short film encapsulates the best of the community clinic in its garden setting showing Southwark residents, living with mental health concerns, taking their health into their own hands and appreciating the holistic approach that homeopathy offers.”

The clinic based at the Glengall Wharf Garden in Peckham, London, offers homeopathy on an appointment or drop-in basis once a month.

It has grant funding from the Society until 2019.

Watch the film 

 

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