College of Alkaline Health Practitioner Course: From March to December 2015
One year practical and professional Alkaline Health Practitioner course.
Starting in March 2015 to December 2015.
This is a unique opportunity for you to become an Alkaline Health Practitioner. The course is designed to inspire students to become successful and confident practitioners working with powerful tools including alkalising, raw food, living food technology, lifestyle change and tonic herbs. The course includes clinical experience and the study of the theory of raw and alkaline health and Materia medica of tonic herbs and other supplements, detoxing and therapeutics
The course includes seven weekends of lectures, practical demonstrations and clinics, in a modern high-spec state of the art natural therapy centre in Bromsgrove, Birmingham, plus three weekends of alkalising health retreats per year in our retreat centre in Somerset.
Graduates will become qualified Alkaline Health Practitioners and will be trained to run a clinical practice or use their skills in other ways such as running a health website.
The course will be led by John Jezewski is a qualified homeopath and natural health practitioner, practising since 1992. He has taught at many homeopathic colleges and has run dozens of seminars. He has been running many alkaline health retreats per year for many years.
The course includes:
- 7 teaching weekends in 2015 in Bromsgrove, Birmingham (14-15 March, 18-19 Apr, 27-28 Jun, 11-12 July, 5-6 Sep, 14-15 Nov and 12-13 Dec)
- 3 residential weekend retreats in 2015 in Somerset (15-17 May, 31 July-2 Aug and 16-18 Oct)
- Practical tools to alkalise and use of tonic herbs and detox
- Living food technologies
- Blood, Arterial Stiffness and other tests, therapeutics
- Business building skills
- Clinical experience
Fee £1700 reduced to £1400 if booked early (includes all tuition fees excludes books, software and accommodation/food at the retreats (£140 per weekend))
Please contact John Jezewski for more information
Contact John direct on 0790 999 2260, firstname.lastname@example.org