Bach training in Cambridge

A Bach Centre-approved training course on the Bach flower remedies is coming to Cambridge in October 2020.

We are pleased to announce a two-day Level 1 course to be held at Hughes Hall, Cambridge on 23rd – 24th October 2020.   The trainer will be Tessa Jordan, an internationally renowned trainer who has taught students all over the world about the remedies through Bach Level 1, 2 and 3 courses.

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The Level 1 course provides a gateway into Dr Bach’s remedies, covering the basics of the remedies and their use.  It includes indications for each of the 38 individual remedies and discussion of the use of Dr Bach’s crisis formula (commonly known as Rescue™ Remedy).  The principles of Dr Bach’s system are explored covering the concepts of simplicity, remedy selection and use.

By the end of the course you will be able to confidently select and use remedies for yourself and friends and family. You will also receive a certificate of completion which is a prerequisite for study of the remedies at more advanced levels.

Why study Level 1?

Using Bach remedies can have a profound beneficial effect on your life.  The course will equip you to get maximum benefit from this by selecting the most appropriate remedies and using them in the correct way.  And then you can share this knowledge to help friends and family.

During the course you will meet like-minded people and learn about the remedies in a supportive environment.  A Level 1 course is the beginning of your Bach remedy journey of self-discovery and enrichment!

The venue:

Venue for Bach conference 2019

Hughes Hall and Fenner’s Cricket Ground, Cambridge

The course will be held in the lovely Peter Richards Room at Hughes Hall, overlooking Fenner’s Cricket Ground.  Hughes Hall is a short walk from the city centre and railway station so is ideal for those who are travelling from outside Cambridge, as well as those in the local area.

Cambridge has excellent rail links to London (King’s Cross, 50 minutes and Liverpool Street, approx. 80 minutes), Birmingham, Brighton, Peterborough, Norwich and Ipswich.

The course will run from 9.30 am to 5 pm on both 23rd and 24th October.

Cost and booking:

The cost for the full course, including books and completion certificate, to show the course is approved by the Bach Centre, is only £230.

To reserve your place, a deposit of £50 is payable, with the balance due 4 weeks prior to the course.  To book, email info@cambridge-bach.co.uk or use the website contact form.  Cancellation policy will be outlined before booking is confirmed.

Refreshments are provided but please note lunch is not included.  Hughes Hall is a few minutes walk from Mill Road, where there is a wide range of cafes and restaurants to choose from, or there is the option of booking a sandwich lunch at the College.

More information: 

On the course, content and trainer, from Tessa Jordan www.tessajordan.co.uk; email tessa@tessajordan.co.uk

On the venue and booking – info@cambridge-bach.co.uk or via the contact page

About Bach flower remedies and Bach Centre-approved education courses – www.bachcentre.com/new/en/