Learn about tonics & techniques to nourish your nervous system and help to provide support for your emotions.
LEVEL: Open to (nearly) everyone!
♥ Suitable for beginners & home use: herb enthusiasts, people who would like to learn more about herbal medicine, people developing their home herbalism skills, for people who might already make a few herbal remedies but would like to learn more in-depth about this area of working with herbs etc.
♥ Qualified herbalists & herb students: are welcome to attend and it may count towards training hours or as CPD. This is NOT intended as a CPD course for practitioners, it is aimed at helping the general public to use these herbs at home, but if you see the content and lessons could be of benefit to you in your work and studies then you are of course most welcome to join.
♥ Practitioners of other disciplines: e.g. holistic therapists, counsellors, psychologists, aromatherapists, doctors etc. who would like a basic introduction to how herbs can be used in these circumstances.
♥ Not suitable for children. It may be possible for older teenagers to attend. Please contact me by email to discuss suitability of this topic and consent.
WHAT THIS CLASS IS NOT
♦ It is not a qualification or a professional level class.
♦ It is for your own interest for use at home.
♦ At the end of this class you will not receive a certificate or be qualified to treat people in a clinic
♦ If you are a qualified professional, medical practitioners, holistic/complimentary practitioner then this class may count towards CPD/CPE learning credits with your professional association.
♦ However, it will NOT qualify you to use herbs in your work. It will give a nice introduction and overview to how herbs can be used, and from here you may want to go on to train in this area.
♦ Vivienne can issue you with a digital certificate of your attendance (if you attend the classes live).
♦ Contact your professional association to check their CPD/CPE requirements.
♥ Qualified herbalists & herb students: This is NOT intended as a CPD training course for practitioners of herbal medicine, so I do not covering treatment methods in a clinical setting (I am currently writing a book on this area of clinical herbalism). However if you see the content and lessons could be of benefit to you in your work and studies then you are of course most welcome to join. It may count towards training hours or CPD: you would need to check that with the school you are training with or your professional association if you are already qualified. You are most welcome to attend this purely for your own interest.