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ARH Conference 2021 – An online event!

Healthy approaches for a healthy future

Great news! Booking for the ARH Conference 2021 is now open!

The ARH is celebrating its 20th birthday this May. We had hoped to see you all for a two-day spectacular event, topped by a fun-party on the Saturday evening, but the universe clearly had other ideas – and lockdown has made us extra-creative!
Our conference, ‘Healthy approaches for a healthy future’, takes place on 15th & 16th May, and the venue is cyberspace, which means you can participate in the event, wherever you live! It is a virtual conference.
The theme
The last year has presented all of us with a roller-coaster of different challenges, ranging from developing new prescribing strategies to help keep our patients healthy through both the pandemic itself, and the social disruption caused by lockdowns, through to managing a new way of practising, utilising unfamiliar technologies in order to stay in touch with our patients.
Under these difficult circumstances, most practitioners have managed extremely well, and our patients have continued to benefit from homeopathy as an essential support to their health and wellbeing. This conference is about reinforcing our knowledge and understanding of how to both achieve, and retain, a high level of natural health, so that we can look forward to a healthy future together.
Health optimisation works on a number of different levels, including our philosophical approach to health and disease, the discipline we practice, our therapeutic skills, the modalities we use, how we manage our practice, and how we cope with the personal challenges we inevitably meet, during our own life-journey.
So, to help us achieve a healthy (or at least ‘healthier’) future, here are some of the healthy approaches featured in our conference:

  • Dr Yubraj Sharma – Esoteric approaches to viruses and genetic evolution
  • Helen Harding – How to run a successful practice
  • Mark O’Sullivan – Agrohomeopathy – nurturing our environment with homeopathy
  • Kate Birch – Messages from the coronavirus nosode
  • Emma Dalton – An introduction to working with CBD oil
  • Trevor Gunn –  Holistic approaches to health optimisation
  • Yvonne Fok – The Clificol project – a really important international initiative, which gathers clinical data on patients who’ve had Covid-19, following a high standard of research protocols
  • Dr Rob Verkerk –  The Great Health Reset — regenerating health & care, post-pandemic
  • Em Colley – Transforming the discomfort – Strategies for increasing resilience and developing personal strength

In addition to the presentations, Em Colley will facilitate a live-session of Laughter Yoga on each day, to help us to flex our muscles, and keep our brains tuned-in as we process all the incredible information we’re being offered.
There will also be exhibitor-tables, where you will be able to browse, or network with each other and some of our presenters.
Delegates will be offered access to a full recording of the event afterwards, so you can revisit the presentations you found most interesting, or catch up with the bits you may have missed on the days.
The cost
The cost for this information-packed two-day event is just £50 in total.
This conference focuses on the holistic nature of overall health optimisation, and it is open to practising homeopaths, student homeopaths, and healthcare practitioners working within other complementary disciplines.
Booking
We want to share the knowledge and expertise of our presenters with other interested holistic healthcare professionals, so they have as many tools available as possible, to help support the health and wellbeing of their patients. To achieve this, we have made bookings open to practicing homeopaths, other CAM healthcare practitioners, and students of CAM disciplines, from across the CAM sector. You can book your place using PayPal, via the ARH website by clicking here. If you prefer, you can call the ARH office on 01825 714 506, and book your place directly, using a credit/debit card.
However you choose to book, we must have your email address, as this, together with a password which we’ll send you nearer the time, will give you access to the conference on the days.
What happens next?
We realise that some people are not too keen on working with technology, but please be reassured: This is an easy-to-use platform, designed to deliver a quality experience, and we’ll provide you with all the support we can to make sure you enjoy the days. Shortly before the conference, we’ll send you guidance on using the conference platform, and you will quickly learn how to use the different options available.
True, this is not quite the same as seeing each other in person, but it does provide us with the opportunity to come together virtually, wherever we’re based. And the better we understand our many and varied challenges, the better able we will be to work towards a healthier future!
We look forward to welcoming you to our very first virtual conference, on the 15th & 16th May.

Please note, this conference is intended for homeopaths, CAM practitioners, and students of CAM disciplines. The information shared and views expressed, are primarily for educational purposes, and reflect the experience and perspective of each individual presenter. The information shared, and opinions expressed by individual presenters, do not necessarily reflect the views/policies of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH).


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