Bach Practitioner Conference 2019

Making Connections – Cambridge

We’d like to invite all Bach practitioners, and those who have completed some training with the intention of becoming a practitioner, to attend a Practitioner Conference in Cambridge.

Bach practitioner conference

Making Connections 2019

Date: Saturday 7th September 2019; 10 am- 5 pm (registration from 9.30 am)

Venue: The Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall, Mortimer Road, Cambridge

Cost: Early-bird price only £55 (available until 21.07.2019), then £65 (22.07.2019 – 07.09.2019).

Book early to reserve your place!

The price includes lunch and refreshments.

Booking is now open here (goes to Eventbrite page).

More details: The theme of the conference is ‘Making Connections’ and we hope to enhance connections between the following:

  1. Practitioners and one another
  2. Practitioners and the public (a business focus)
  3. Practitioners and other modalities (and staying true to the simplicity of the Bach remedies)
  4. Practitioners and the conventional approach
  5. Practitioners and people in crisis/ life changing times
  6. Practitioners and ourselves (a focus on self reflection and philosophy)

We are still finalising the programme but confirmed speakers so far are George Annice from the Bach Centre, Lynn Macwhinnie, Maggie Evans and Gwenda Kyd.  As well as a great selection of speakers, there will also be group-work, a quiz and raffle and attendees will also have ample opportunity to make connections with Bach friends, old and new, and catch up with what’s happening in the Bach community.

Venue for Bach conference 2019

Hughes Hall and Fenner’s Cricket Ground, Cambridge

Cambridge has direct rail links to London (Kings Cross and Liverpool Street), Birmingham New Street, Brighton, Ipswich, Norwich, Stansted and Gatwick Airports and connections to the north via Ely and Peterborough.

Hughes Hall is one of the colleges of the University of Cambridge and lies between Cambridge railway and bus stations, close to Parkside coach station (see map) and the Queen Anne Terrace car park.  If you’re coming by car, Cambridge also has an excellent Park and Ride system.

Best-known for it’s university, Cambridge is also popular for it’s museums and galleries, shopping, theatre and music and weather-permitting you can try a punt on the River Cam.  Why not combine your conference visit with some sight-seeing?

Organisers: Tessa Jordan and Gwenda Kyd.