Seminar in Swaziland: our graduates continue to learn…

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Irene and Lebo (our 2 graduate homeopaths running the clinics in Maun) are just back from their fourth yearly seminar in Swaziland. The trip was generously funded by Dr Noel Thomas and Alina Ascari, previous volunteers in Maun – thank you to both! This year the seminar had Richard Pitt as its guest lecturer. Richard has been practicing and teaching homeopathy in San Francisco since 1995. He orginally trained in England and has been practicing homeopathy since 1984.  He is currently working in Kenya as Educational Director of the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine in Kwale, near Mombasa. At the seminar he presented a new perspective on comparative ‘materia medica’, incorporating information on newer and less understood remedies within the framework of well-known remedies.

Lebo says: “I have attended 4 Homeopathy  workshops in Mbabane, Swaziland, and the lessons have been carried out by well known homeopath lecturers from around the world. I have learnt a lot from them about different remedies including those to help people with AIDS, hypertension, arthritis and diabetes. I’ve also learnt about homeopathy and nutrition, how to approach cases, and how to do provings of new remedies. The opinions and knowledge of homeopaths from other African countries who attend have also been very inspiring to me. As well as studying hard we have a lot of fun!”


Two homeopathy colleagues from Swaziland taking a break between lectures

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