Birmingham North local group

Meetings and events

Date: 11 March 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Cancer Support Centre, Lindridge Rd, Sutton Coldfield, B75 6JB
Topic: Human Design - a chance to see your own personal instruction manual with Jon

For each one of us there are so many unique attributes we have been talked out of over the years. Now doing exactly opposite of what is healthy and supportive for you. The talk will give everyone some good hints and clues about their design and how you might improve the quality of your life. It can help guide you in your working life, your relationships, your family and probably answer many of those questions you have had for a lifetime too.
It will require a little bit of up front work as Jon will need your names, date, times and places of birth in order to produce your charts. Where you do not know your time of birth please see if you have any clues like it was around lunch time. 1-2-1 sessions are often available before or after the talk if required. They can also be carried out over skype, messenger or the phone at a later date.
Please send your details to Jon ( before 7th March 2019 and Jon will produce your chart and bring it with him to the talk. 

Date: 29 April 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Cancer Support Centre, Lindridge Rd, Sutton Coldfield, B75 6JB
Topic: A evening with Dr Singh - Part 2

An evening of sharing ideas of mindful eating and health. "Friends, I have more energy and am happier in my 57th year than when i was in my 20s (so I dont want to go back in time an be young again). I want to share what I've learnt, and hope to learn from those attending the forum."

Date: 10 June 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Cancer Support Centre, Lindridge Rd, Sutton Coldfield, B75 6JB
Topic: Iridology

If you look closely at the iris in someone’s eye you will see a pattern of colours, textures and markings unique to that person. Together these features form a map, a blueprint, which gives an iridologist valuable information about a person’s inherited strengths and weaknesses and general state of well-being. Each part of the iris relates to a particular organ or system in the body, and genetically acquired signs allow the iridologist to easily assess someone’s inherited constitution. Iridology is not used to directly diagnose specific illnesses. An iridologist does not see the disease itself, but sees the conditions out of which the disease manifests. Naturally many illnesses occur because of an organ or system imbalance – for instance headaches can be the result of liver dysfunction – and iridology can reveal such causes. Iris examination is non-invasive and painless. Illuminated lenses are used so that the markings and colours in each iris can be more easily seen and analysed, and usually photographs of the eyes are taken and shown on a computer screen so that findings can be clearly shown and explained. The great majority of people find an iridology assessment to be a fascinating and informative experience.

Date: 16 September 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Cancer Support Centre, Lindridge Rd, Sutton Coldfield, B75 6JB
Topic: Western Herbal Medicine 

Herbal medicine is probably the oldest form of medicine known. Human beings have used plants as medicine since time immemorial, and herbs are used throughout the world in order to promote health and prevent disease. Each herb has a complex biochemistry – phytochemicals that are perfectly matched to our needs. Every herb has known actions and qualities, with affinities to one or more body system or organ, and a herbalist is trained to know these qualities and will prescribe herbs accordingly. Today both patient and practitioner benefit from a combination of traditional herbal wisdom and scientific research. A herbalist can treat both chronic and acute conditions, and can treat the very old and the very young.

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£3 members / £5 non-members

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Alison Clamp
T. 07771 915141