Bach courses launch in Bolivia

Level 1 in BoliviaBolivia is the latest country where Bach Centre-approved courses are up and running.

The level 1 course took place over the weekend of the 19th and 20th December 2009. 28 enthusiastic students joined Gustavo Masieri, an experienced trainer from Argentina.

The Bach International Education Programme (BIEP) organised the level 1 in collaboration with local organiser Daniela Daza.

BIEP Co-ordinator in Argentina, Claudia Miranda, said, ‘I am glad Dr. Bach’s work is being further developed in a neighbour country. I hope the flowers bring peace, love and health to this beautiful land and people.’

Level 1 is a first step towards qualifying for the Bach Centre’s Bach Foundation International Register of Practitioners. There are plans for further BIEP courses in Bolivia in 2010, including the launch of levels 2 and 3.

Claudia thanked BIEP Regional Co-ordinator Marielena Nuñez and BIEP sponsors Nelsons and Londnors for their support.


  1. This press release is also available in an Adobe Acrobat version.
  2. BIEP is the biggest international provider of Bach Centre-approved courses. It runs courses in more than 20 countries around the world.
  3. All Bach Centre-approved courses have to meet written criteria laid down by the Bach Centre, so that they teach the original system as discovered in the 1920s and 1930s by Dr Edward Bach, a Harley Street consultant and bacteriologist.
  4. Bach flower remedies are a complementary medicine that helps resolve imbalanced emotional states, which can in turn lead to improvements in general health.