by Rosana Souto S. Vieira
A detailed account of a remarkable conference which brought speakers and delegates together from every part of the planet.
Kate Solisti & Patrice Mattelon, communicating with animals and helping holistic practitioners in Boulder, Colorado, USA
In the 1980s Anastasia Geng started teaching dances based on traditional folklore from the Baltic countries. Gradually she found that the form, the steps and the energy of her dances were the embodiment of Dr Bach 's descriptions of the balancing effect of flower remedies. Martine Winnington's site contains information about how she continues Anasasia's work, organising a programme of Bach Flower Dances around Europe.
The Complementary Medical Association's (CMA) primary aim is to promote ethical, responsible, professional complementary medicine to the public and the medical profession. CMA is totally dedicated to representing "the professional face of complementary medicine" and by promoting research, education and knowledge in the field, to help to stimulate demand for the medicine of the 21st century and beyond. The CMA has news for professional practitioners, ethical colleges and patients who demand and expect excellence in every aspect of treatment.
an international membership organisation of health practitioners, researchers, students, and others interested in deepening knowledge of flower essence therapy.
Rich and lively source of information about all aspects of homoeopathic medicine. Contains complete reference to Hahnemann's original Organon of Medicine. Also contains online version of the history of the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital, where Edward Bach worked 1919-22.
Information on health and healing from a theosophical standpoint
SEDIBAC (Societat per a l’Estudi i la Difusió de la Terápia del Dr. Bach de Catalunya) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993, dedicated to the study and spread of Dr Bach’s therapy. At the beginning of 2008 it had more than 600 members. Its main activities are: weekly meetings forming a continuous education programme; the publication of a magazine with an ISSN which includes international articles; voluntary work (since 1997) at different places such as institutions for people diagnosed with AIDS, drug addiction, etc., and currently also at kennels; organisation of specific workshops and seminars throughout the year, as well as specialist congresses etc. SEDIBAC supports researchers in Cuba by publishing their work and maintaining continuous communication with them. To meet present needs SEDIBAC Professional, a branch of SEDIBAC, was created in 2007 with an autonomous system of accreditations.