Society conference: early bird tickets available until next Wednesday

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    [post_content] => The early bird discount ticket offer for the Society of Homeopaths’ 40th anniversary conference ends on 28 February.

The event takes place over the weekend of 28-29 April at the School of Pharmacy in London and promises a packed programme of speakers, workshops and discussion panels along with trade displays and entertainment including live jazz.

Early bird ticket holders will be able to start the weekend with free entry to the UK premiere screening of Magic Pills, a film documenting producer Ananda More’s quest to establish the truth about homeopathy.

Ananda, a homeopath with a background in theatre and performance, is flying in from Canada for the occasion, which starts on the Friday at 6pm, and she will take part in a special Q&A session. (There is a charge for non-delegates to attend this event.)

Other conference sessions include Andrew Ward on how to manage chronic disease while renowned teacher George Vithoulkas will be online live to answer questions on any subject concerning homeopathy. Rajan Sankaran will also be joining the conference via a live link to discuss The 8 Box Method.

Nikunj Trivedi will speak about the importance of medical tests with homeopathic treatment while Myriam Shivadikar and Gabrielle Pinto will present on tongue diagnosis and five-element acupuncture respectively.

For further information and to book your place, go to Annual Conference and AGM
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The early bird discount ticket offer for the Society of Homeopaths’ 40th anniversary conference ends on 28 February.

The event takes place over the weekend of 28-29 April at the School of Pharmacy in London and promises a packed programme of speakers, workshops and discussion panels along with trade displays and entertainment including live jazz.

Early bird ticket holders will be able to start the weekend with free entry to the UK premiere screening of Magic Pills, a film documenting producer Ananda More’s quest to establish the truth about homeopathy.

Ananda, a homeopath with a background in theatre and performance, is flying in from Canada for the occasion, which starts on the Friday at 6pm, and she will take part in a special Q&A session. (There is a charge for non-delegates to attend this event.)

Other conference sessions include Andrew Ward on how to manage chronic disease while renowned teacher George Vithoulkas will be online live to answer questions on any subject concerning homeopathy. Rajan Sankaran will also be joining the conference via a live link to discuss The 8 Box Method.

Nikunj Trivedi will speak about the importance of medical tests with homeopathic treatment while Myriam Shivadikar and Gabrielle Pinto will present on tongue diagnosis and five-element acupuncture respectively.

For further information and to book your place, go to Annual Conference and AGM

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