Our Farm Homeopathy Courses run on 3 non-consecutive days. To apply for a course, SCROLL DOWN to the very end of page to select an EVENT and follow the instructions. If no courses are listed please check upcoming dates below:
ONLINE : We are hoping to run an 8 week home study version of the HAWL course from Jan 7th – please register your interest with Chris Lees email@example.com
TETBURY SPRING COURSE: – Dates to be confirmed, pending pandemic regs – please register your interest with firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEE: £450 (Fee is inclusive of comprehensive course manual and study materials)
BURSARIES – Thanks to the generous support of the Alliance for Registered Homeopaths, we are able to offer a limited number of bursaries. Enquiries to email@example.com
Details about the course syllabus and content can be found HERE.
Accommodation details for TETBURY can be found at www.visittetbury.co.uk
Every student fills in an assessment form after completing the course so that we can make sure we are getting things right. These are anonymous so that people feel free to tell us both the good and the bad. (Luckily, in nineteen years, there has been very little bad!)
‘It was certainly ”wellie level” – very down to earth and practical. I was amazed at the results as were the sceptics on the course’
‘There’s a lot more to homeopathy than I realised. Very pleased with the results on the farm so far.’
‘Thoroughly enjoyed it. Learned a lot. Given me faith in homeopathy coming from a slightly cynical start point.’
‘Fantastic course. Feel completely blown away by the potential of homeopathy.’
And a few snippets from farmers who keep in touch . . .
‘We have hardly used antibiotics this year and I would say the herd has never been healthier.’ Dairy Farmer, Devon
‘Our experience so far with our organic suckler herd has been quite amazing. The course was a revelation.’ John Hill, Beef Farmer
‘I have had ewes with black bag or really bad udders and I have saved the ewe. I have seen things work where you just wouldn’t imagine you can do anything.’ Lynnie Hutchison, Sheep Farmer