Chichester Bach Friendly Group

Harbour Way Country Club21st May 2012

Bach Friendly Groups are informal meeting points for people who are interested in Dr Bach's work. We include some of them in our list of informal courses - and all the BFGs are open to anyone.

The newest BFG held its inaugural meeting earlier this month. The organiser was Chichester-based practitioner Tracy Gibbons, and the venue was the Harbour Way Country Club.

The first two-hour meeting included an open discussion on Dr Bach's crisis "rescue" formula and its uses, and an in-depth look at a case study.

Perhaps most important, though, was getting to know like-minded people.

"Everyone came from different backgrounds, experience and disciplines," Jackie Pattison BFRP told us in a report for the BFRP Bulletin, "but we all shared a passion for the remedies. I found it informative, lively, thought-provoking and fun.

"As far as groups go I’d say it was a BVVFG – a Bach Very Very Friendly Group!"

You don't have to be a practitioner or a Bach Centre student to attend a Bach Friendly Group - they really are for everyone, whatever your personal interest in the remedies. Why not check now to see if there's something near you?

Or if you like the sound of a BVVFG, the next Chichester meeting will be on Saturday 29th September 2012 between 2 and 4 p.m.