Chris is the co-ordinator and administrator of HAWL acting as student liaison and general organiser on teaching days.
hris explaining to the students what they will need to look for when they begin to use homoeopathic remedies. Chris Aukland is based in Forrest Row in Sussex where he manages the Forrest Lodge veterinary Practice. He is available for consultancy work on setting up homoeopathic protocols farms all over the country.… ...
Sue approaches some young stock so that the students can observe their reaction.
As a farmer herself, originally a pharmacist but more recently a homoeopath, Sue Miles has a great deal of experience of treating all types of animals as well as humans from her home base in Hoby, Leicestershire.
Geoff helping farmers on one of our two Northern Ireland courses.
Geoff Johnson now works exclusively with homoeopathy as a consultant to all sizes and shapes of animals and as a practitioner seeing human patients at his rooms in Wiveliscombe, Somerset.
Jenny Grist was brought up on her parents mixed farm in Devon where she still lives, and has been responsible for all homoeopathic treatment of the dairy herd, especially the calves, as well as most other species.
As a registered homoeopath Jenny teaches at the School of Homoeopathy (now in Stroud) supervises trainee homoeopaths and runs a busy practice from her home near Exeter.… ...
Annie, (holding a red book) with other teachers and students after an extra teaching day at Tetbury. HAWL runs add on days for the farmers who have completed the basic course.
Annie Batchelor runs the Salisbury College of Homoeopathy, where she has trained many other homoeopaths (including one or two inspired to take full homoeopathic training after they came on the HAWL course) and also the Ventry Practice in Salisbury.… ...