Open House for Those Interested in Studying and Using Homeopathy
May 31, 2012 11:18PM
On June 9, Teleosis Homeopathic School, in Newton, will host an open house to educate people about the benefits of homeopathy. Community members and prospective homeopathy students are welcome to come and learn how homeopathic cell salts are safely and effectively used for the resolution of many common health complaints.
“Cell salts are homeopathic remedies made from minerals that are essential to life and vitality,” says Teleosis core faculty member Tanya Renner. “They’ve been widely used since the late 1800s to maintain health, stimulate fast healing responses and correct mineral deficiencies that contribute to such ailments as spring allergies, headaches, muscle cramps, digestive and skin conditions and colds or flu.”
Visitors to the open house are invited to attend a free two-hour class on the use of cell salts, followed by a brief question-and-answer period and a tour of the school. The morning class and tour will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., and the afternoon session will be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Prospective students interested in the one-year first aid/acute care program or the three-year professional program are invited to sit in on Teleosis classes after the tour.
Reservations are required for the June open house. To reserve a place, call 617-564-0321 or email [email protected]. Visit HomeoCollaborative.org to learn more about the school’s programs or schedule a visit, and view their events calendar to learn about other educational events that are held throughout the year.
The Teleosis Homeopathic School is located at 150 California St., 3rd floor, in Newton.
For more information, visit HomeoCollaborative.org.