Many ISH professional members hold talks and classes to introduce homeopathy to the public. Topics include how homeopathy works, what homeopathic remedies are made from, how it can help support your family's optimum levels of health and how beginners can prescribe remedies for first aid conditions at home.Below is a list of some introductory events scheduled during the next few months.
During International Homeopathy Awareness Week from 10th to 17th April every year there are special events organised around the country. Full details will be listed here.
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Homeopathy for Doulas and Birth Workers Course
May 15, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 5:30 pm€197
Homeopathy helps with the many emotional symptoms of labour, such as anxiety, fear and the feeling of being overwhelmed. These symptoms arise irrespective of what type of birth people are planning and can often arise even with established childbirth preparation techniques. Homeopathy enables clients to feel more balanced and therefore optimises their focus and use of other supports such as visualisations and breathing. If you know how to use it effectively it can add an extra string to your doula bow. Homeopathy also works effectively with physical symptoms, it can ease the symptoms of exhaustion and the symptoms of a slow labour or a mother that is “holding back”. In the postpartum period homeopathy helps to support the experience of giving birth. It helps to rebalance the symptoms of hormonal fluctuation as well as working well to support the emotional symptoms mothers experience.
This course is primarily geared towards doulas and birth workers, but pregnant people are also welcome to attend.
The course will be fully recorded and recordings will be available to all attendees. There is also an online guide and tool that comes with the course enabling participants to have an online access to remedy pictures and also a differentiation guide.
For more information and to book please go to: https://dublindoula.com/courses/using-homeopathy-for-childbirth/
Dr. Krysia Lynch
Disclaimer: Whilst talks and classes are given by professional homeopaths registered with the Irish Society of Homeopaths, the Irish Society of Homeopaths is not responsible for any information provided by the individual homeopath during their talks or classes.