Secrets of the Bach remedy plants

Thursday 21st July 2016 at The Bach Centre

E2CTrainer: Gwenda Kyd BFRP

Dr Bach's 38 remedies are made using 36 different plants - but what else do we know about these plants? Some of them provide foods, some medicines, dyes and sources of materials for building and making textiles.

This one-day workshop will take a closer look at the plants Dr Bach chose and in particular at some of their "non-Bach" uses, both traditional and modern. Students will also explore some of the folklore and botany associated with these plants and the challenges to survival a few of them face.

Weather permitting, we will spend time in the garden at Mount Vernon, exploring the plants as they grow and sharing our observations.

The workshop is open to all, and costs £78.

Gwenda Kyd BFRP currently works as a practitioner in Cambridge. She is the author of Molecules, Medicines and Mischief – A Year on the Chemical Trail around Cambridge University Botanic Garden. This workshop draws on a series of the popular Facebook series "Secrets of the Bach flower remedy plants", which has been featured on the Bach Centre's Facebook page over the last 18 months.

  • The day will start at 9.30am and finish at about 4.30pm.
  • Course fee of £78 includes VAT and covers the seminar and tea/coffee/biscuits.
  • Accommodation and lunch are not included - see places to stay for accommodation. Students are advised to bring a packed lunch with them.
  • Click the button above to book, or phone +44 (0)1491 834678 Mon-Fri between 09.30 to 12.30.

The small print

We will deduct 50% of the course fee from your refund if you decide to cancel your place after making a booking: we do this because we don't want a cancellation by one student to lead to the cancellation of the whole course. The Centre reserves the right to cancel the course and refund course fees up to one month before the programmed date, if student numbers are low. The Centre takes no responsibility for your travel and accommodation costs in the event of the course being cancelled; please bear this in mind when making arrangements.