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Results from UK homeopathic hospitals

Patients with chronic conditions were asked to report how they felt after homeopathic treatment. On average, 70% of follow-up patients seen at the homeopathic hospitals report a positive outcome from homeopathic treatment.

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Just One Drop – new film trailer

Trailer for new film about homeopathy – Laurel Chiten, Director of the film, says “My ultimate dream is to have homeopathy available as a health care option for everyone and be integrated into healthcare systems around the world.”

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Mastitis – homeopathy can help

Every breastfeeding woman has heard of the dreaded mastitis – these are the most common remedies used to help this condition, with no adverse effects for Mum or Baby.

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Chest Infections – homeopathy may help

Dr Peter Fisher, Director of Research at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine explains the value of homeopathy in children’s upper respiratory tract and other conditions.

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Fresh as a Daisy!

Bellis Perennis or common daisy, is especially useful for helping with symptoms resulting from knocks or sprains. Similar to its better known cousin Arnica.

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Conference & Seminar 2017 – booking now

ISH proudly presents Conference 2017 at Glendalough Hotel, 27th & 28th May 2017 with Dr David Lilley, Mo Morrish, Linda Gwillim, Bill Rumble and Kelly Johnson followed by Post Conference Seminar with Dr David Lilley – 29th & 30th May 2017 at Grand Canal Hotel, Ballbridge!

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So, what was it like at the Irish Society of Homeopaths Conference last weekend in Glendalough?

Fantastic!!!! The weekend was so amazing and we are still buzzing from the magic we felt being in Glendalough with you all.

Myself, Audrey and Claire embraced the journey with passion. I personally feel very humbled to have been a part of this Team and together we held a vision and that vision was to be a celebration of homeopathy with like-minded people. We trusted the homeopathic process and creative energy that was brought forth. We feel very blessed that everything went so well and to have received the response we did and all your lovely messages.

Glendalough and its beauty was central to the feelings felt. Her energy and beauty held us all, she did not disappoint.

Ali Morrish opened the Conference with a wonderful piece of poetry. Niki Taylor (chairperson), spoke about the new Committee and their vision for the future. Niki then lit a candle to all those passed.

We then had the company and pleasure of our wonderful Speakers, they were mesmerising and inspired everyone. Even the camera men were blown away with their magic and their rapport felt in the Conference room. Linda Gwilim shared her wealth of knowledge and experience within her practice of births and deaths. Kelly Johnson, armed us with information on vaccines, nutrition and supplements. David Lilley rocked the house with Lac Canium and we were delighted that he chose our Conference to launch his new book ‘The Wolf’ This then followed on to his very amazing two-day Seminar of ‘The Wolf’. Up next was the enigmatic Bill Rumble, who’s set the pace of his presentation to an energetic, sacred and rhythmic twist. The grand finale was with Mo Morrish a moving and spiritual look at life and death and the importance of embracing both in practice.

On Sunday morning, Fergus & Carola gave us the opportunity to participate in further developing ‘Solstice Hiberniae’. There was a lovely feeling coming from all those that attended the workshop. I am sure we will be hearing more about this in the very near future.

Deep gratitude to the exhibitors, once again, who support our Conference every year, just so we can avail of that book, remedy, or essence and leave happy in the knowledge that we have added value to our journey

We must mention the student volunteers who give of their time so freely and our yoga teacher Seamus for getting up so early to ease us into our days. All of you were a part of that dream…

Claire closed our Conference with some beautiful words, and then the final realisation that we did it, we survived. Thank you to everyone and also to Dianne and Sheelagh for all their advice, support and work in making this journey for all of us complete. Photo’s to follow

Lots of love
Jane, Audrey and Claire
ISH 2017 Conference/Seminar team
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Dr David Lilley at the Conference in Wicklow, being presented with a copy of his new book 'The Wolf' The presentation was made by the publisher Steven from Saltire Books Ltd Glasgow, Scotland. Books ...

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Irish Society of Homeopaths 2017 Conference & Post Conference Seminar

Homeopaths are gathering in Glendalough!.

Opening of Conference, we are absolutely delighted to have Ali Morrish open this year’s Conference and invoke the theme of celebration to start us off.

It’s not too late to book tickets.
Conference €145 student €125 Seminar €160 Combi €315 student €295

Conference 27th/28th May - Location - The conference is taking place at the Glendalough Hotel Glendalough, Co Wicklow and parking is free.

Registration for the Conference begins at Saturday 8.45am & Sunday 10am.

Seminar 29th/30th May - Location – This year’s Seminar with Dr David Lilley, is taking place at the The Grand Canal Hotel, Grand Canal Street Upper, Dublin 4. Parking is available in the hotel at special delegate rate of €10 per day.

Registration for the Seminar begins Monday 09.30am & Tuesday 10am

Lunch & refreshments will be included in both days, (Conference only). If you have any dietary requirements, please let us know by Monday 22nd at the latest.
Refreshments will be included in the Seminar

Wine and canapes reception will be available from 18.00 - 19.30 for all and live music later in the hotel bar.

Wicklow Mountains National Park. Eleanor Sutherland, (Homeopath), is attending the Conference and has very kindly offered her expertise & advice as she is currently working in Wicklow Mountains National Park, as an education guide in Glendalough... and can assist with queries regards walking routes and so on..!

On behalf of the Conference Team we would like to wish you all a safe journey to the Conference and Seminar and we hope you enjoy the weekend. See You There!

Warmest regards
Audrey, Claire and Jane
ISH 2017 Conference/Seminar team
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