Mind-Body Medicine


Discover the multifaceted healing properties of Australian flowers and learn to use them in your everyday life to increase the quality of your life, health and relationships – all in this eight week module!

This module presents the Mind-Body Medicine of Flower Essence Therapy and Colour (Chroma) Therapy through the therapeutic qualities of 88 flowers.

Flower Essence Therapy’s oldest known tradition is the South West Australian Aboriginal Bibulmun tradition which goes back to the global ice age (of 10 to 15 thousand years ago) and there are other historical and modern traditions in other lands.

Each flower property epitomises a positive response to a common difficulty and enables analysis of the role attitudes play in creating both patterns of behaviour and an individual’s everyday realities. The 88 scenarios explored in this module also offer a platform to discuss the common, personal mind/physical problems as they are presented in the clinical situation as well as the difficulties arising when a person is communicating such problems to the therapist. Also included in this section are Mind-Body Medicines used on Traditional Chinese acu points for common problems such as stress, pain, energy loss, nausea fainting and sleeplessness caused by worry.

Lecturer Kadambii Barnao
8 Saturday sessions.
Date: June 6,13, 20, 27 & July 4, Break, July,18, 25, Aug 1.
Time: 12.30pm to 2.30pm.
Venue: Available online or on campus at LiFE Academy, Sanori Medical and Sports Centre, 126 Grand Boulevard, Joondalup.
Cost: $430 for series of 8 sessions. Ask about our affordable payment plans. (Note: This 2014 fee structure applies to Earlybird Enrolments received by Friday 20 February 2015).

Included Resources

Access to recorded online classes, enabling participants to study this module at times suitable to work, family and lifestyle commitments
Mind-Body Medicine module booklet.

*Note this module is part of the Certificate IV and the Advanced Diploma qualifications.

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