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.
September 11 @ 10:30 am - 5:30 pm€45
During this time of working with these remedies Linda has noticed their benefits during both pregnancy and the birthing process. She believes that there is a fine line between birth and death and this has led her to using these remedies in terms of ‘midwifing’ patients in at the beginning and out at the end stages of life. So, she will be looking particularly at how these remedies ease the transition into both birth and death.
Linda Gwillim has been working as a homoeopath for over 30 years. She runs a busy practice in Machynlleth, Mid-Wales, where her main focus is on working with infertility, pregnant women, attending the birth (at home or in the local hospital), babies and children.
Linda is the Clinical Director at the Welsh School of Homoeopathy. She is often called upon to give talks about her work, both to homoeopaths and midwives. She also teaches at various other homoeopathic colleges, post graduate groups and Homeopathic conferences. Linda became a Fellow of the Society of Homoeopaths in 2016.
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.