If you're driven by a passion to help heal others, visit the College of Natural Health & Homeopathy on Saturday 29 October 2016 to find out what a career in natural health could mean to you.
10.00am College of Natural Health & Homeopathy overview and Admissions presentation
10.15am Short Course Showcase of Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Flower Essences
Today, perhaps more than ever before, maintaining good health requires a conscious effort, focus and organisation. If we become unwell, we are reminded how truly precious our health is and often this can be the trigger or inspiration for us to prioritise our health and undertake lifestyle changes in a new direction, if needed.
At CNHH we offer weekend or online short courses that serve well as introductions to a range of modalities that you can use for your personal or family health or as a cost effective way to assess if you wish to study towards a formal qualification. In our Open Day Showcase we will cover a brief overview of Aromatherapy, Reflexolgoy and Flower Essences.
10.45am: E-Learning – how to study anywhere, any time on any device
Our mission is to provide an alternative, flexible learning option to students who cannot, or choose not, to learn on campus due to distance, work commitments or other life situations that prevent them from studying on campus.
CNHH recognises the increasing challenges students have today to achieve a balance between work, life and study. As technology creates new ways to bank, shop, and entertain, it also provides a new way to deliver education in more flexible and innovative ways.
11.10am Complementary Medicine – Integrative care and flexible study options
CNHH is offering non clinical Complementary Medicine Foundation, Certificate and Degree courses providing students a pathway into the growing field of integrative healthcare work. These courses provide students with a broad perspective on the scope of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the overall context of today’s health care environment. Included are public health, ethics, research, health promotion and health behaviour.
With exposure to a wide variety of natural medicine disciplines, students will be able to develop a sophisticated appreciation of their interrelationships and potential contribution in multi disciplinary and integrative health settings. A wide variety of topics allows students to build knowledge in a range of areas and may lead to interest in further study to become a practitioner. The Complementary Medicine courses are offered fully online, allowing flexible study options and convenience of study from any location.
11.35am: Homeopathy – Medicinal Chocolate
Chocolate has been used therapeutically going back to the Aztecs, has a strong influence on both the hormonal and the circulatory systems, and the highest polyphenol count of any food. Renowned for its emotionally addictive properties chocolate has become one of the most commonly self-prescribed drugs in contemporary society. Chocolate is celebrated as an integral part of many holidays and unlike other common social drugs is used in both adults and children alike.
In this practical session you’ll experience the primary and secondary effects of chocolate through a tasting exercise emulating a homeopathic pathogenetic trial, and investigate the medicinal indications derived from existing trials and clinical usage. You’ll identify the effects of chocolate on health, some of the reasons for society’s craving of this substance, and also the key mental-emotional and physical indications for chocolate’s homeopathic application. If you crave chocolate yourself, you might also get some specific insight into why it is so appealing to so many people, and how medicines can be found in unexpected places.
12.00pm Animal Homeopathy – Animals have feelings too….do they?
While Homeopathy has been around for 250 years and mainly practised on humans, it is increasingly popular and effective with animals, both companion animals and farm animals (cows, sheep, alpacas, horses) especially with the growing interest in organics. Animals cannot tell you how they are feeling or what is painful so farmers and animal caregivers need to develop excellent observation skills.
Homeopathy is a natural holistic medicine that assists the body to restore balance. It is safe and effective for both humans and animals; is inexpensive and is suited to emotional as well as physical ailments, both chronic and acute.
CNHH commenced offering a one year Certificate and a four year Diploma in Homeopathy (Animal Health) in 2001. It was the first of its kind to be approved and accredited by NZQA and today remains the only college offering this course in Australasia.
12.30pm Event close
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College of Natural Health & Homeopathy
The College of Natural Health & Homeopathy (CNHH) previously known as Bay of Plenty College of Homeopathy (BOPCOH) have been providing quality homeopathic education since 1989.
We are the largest and the leading provider of Homeopathy courses, attending and distance, in Australasia.
The College has trained over 1000 homeopaths since its humble beginnings and we are committed to providing the highest standard of training in classical homeopathy.
Study Homeopathy with Australasia’s first choice in homeopathic education!