AHA National - Webinar: 'Passing the Gift of Homoeopathy to Families' with Pauline Kalbfell
Homœopathy at the grass roots level
Pauline's first project as a newly trained homœopath in the late '90s was to write a Basic Homœopathy Course because she wanted to provide families with the information that she dearly wished had been available when her own children were growing up. It has been her vicarious pleasure to witness the broad spectrum of benefits that the humble Home Homœopathy Kit has given to families. Most of the clients in her practice have come from word of mouth referral from those class participants.
The families around Australia who are using a homœopathic medicine kit in their homes are advocating for homœopathy at the Grass Root level. Pauline once read that the reason homœopathy is so accepted in India is because the women in India used homœopathic medicines with demonstrable success and this was a strong impetus for her to conduct classes.
AHA QLD - 10th Australian Homœopathic Medicine Conference
Homœopathy - Strange, Rare & Peculiar: 22 - 23 October 2016, Rydges Southbank - Brisbane - Queensland
The Queensland branch of the Australian Homœopathic Association Inc. (AHA) is proud to host the 10th Australian Homœopathic Medicine Conference in Brisbane, Australia, from 22 – 23 October 2016.
The conference theme is “Homœopathy – Strange, Rare & Peculiar”, and the keynote speakers will be Dr. Farokh Master and Drs Bhawisha & Shachindra Joshi.
You are invited to join the Australian homœopathic community and associated practitioners for a unique experience of the very best in homœopathy and a weekend of fun, laughter and sharing of experiences. Enhance your ideas and set alight your enthusiasm as some of the very best in the profession feed your passion for this wonderful art and science of homœopathy.
Registration will open on 1 February 2016