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Holistic therapy courses include: aromatherapy, reiki and homeopathy.

Aromatherapy View details

Delve into the wonderfully aromatic world of Aromatherapy. Awaken your senses with the aromas that nature shares with us from her treasure chest of divine fragrances. Learn how to make lotions and potions with essential oils that you can use to improve the health and wellbeing of yourself and your family and friends. Over the course of 6 weeks you will learn how to make creams, scrubs, air fresheners, and much more besides, as well as the different ways these can be used to improve heath and wellbeing.

Herbal Medicine and Women Health View details

From puberty to menopause women have to deal with various issues at certain times of the month. This course will look at the female reproductive system, digestive and nervous system and how holistic health in the form of lifestyle, nutrition and herbs can enhance wellbeing.

Love Henna View details

You will learn how to apply henna on various parts of the body including the hands, arms, feet and legs. This friendly course will be a mixture of practical activities and demonstrations teaching the skills of henna, including; mixing your own henna, using mehndi safely, making a cone, designing patterns and achieving a lasting stain. Work in a friendly supportive environment where you will be given the opportunity to develop your own artistic skills.

Mindfulness Minds and Yuletide Yews View details

Learn about mindfulness in the context of being present to the time of year and how its magic manifests in the Yew tree. The Yew tree teaches us how to surrender to what is vulnerable in ourselves. The dark energy of the Yew tree, once entered, contains illimitable light! This course comprises 4 weeks; an introductory and a concluding session of 2 hours each at the Quakers, School Lane, and 2 four hour trips on the in-between weeks: 11-1 for the indoor sessions, 11-3 for the outdoor sessions. On both trips we will meditate on the Yew's power of regeneration and the tale it tells us of everlasting life. The highlight will be the visit to the 2000 year old Yew tree on the Wirral as we approach the season of Yule, with which it has always been associated. In the last session we will share what we have learnt about the relationship between trees and humanity. Venue Name: George Fox Room at the Quakers, field trips to Eastham and Allerton.