Providing individual client care & professional flower essence therapy training
both online and in Minneapolis.

"If the emotions are dissolved, then all your
illnesses will be cured without herbs."
-from Seven Taoist Masters, Eva Wong

Emotional balance, Mental peace, Personal growth, Physical health:
Overcome anxiety, stress, insomnia, lack of focus, and poor mental coordination. Get support to work through grief, depression, anger, isolation, PTSD and trauma. Find space for exploring current or past experiences of loss, relationships, career path, identity, ancestry and epigenetics, sexuality, family, faith, and goals.

Thoughts, emotions and behaviors impact the body's organs and tissues. Gain insight into the deeper causes of chronic states so we can bring the body to health.

Multi-faceted approach with flower essences, diet and lifestyle coaching,
Family Constellations (Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy),
and Daoist healing practices

Loyola (Loey) Colebeck is dedicated to bringing clinically advanced, accredited,
integrative Bach Flower Essence Therapy from Spain back
to her home State of Minnesota, and to supporting
each client's unique goals and healing process.

Blog post, 13 May 2019:

Why Flower Essence Classes and Training are So Important

Teaching my "Flower Essences for Gut and Brain Health"
class at the herbal conference in Belle Plaine.
Photo by Terra Sura Photography

First of all, let me say that I love teaching!! I love the process of the collective mind at work, and seeing the Aha moments that students experience, and witnessing them become competent in utilizing the medicine. I love the in-depth experience that cannot be gotten through informative pamphlets or even books. I love being challenged by my students and learning from them through their questions and inquietudes and inquiries. To all you current and former students, THANK YOU! This is one of the things I live for.

The photo above was taken at a short, community class I gave at an herbal medicine conference last year. The premise of the material for the class is based largely in Pablo Noriega's book, Bach Flower Essences and Chinese Medicine, which I translated to English in 2016. The Spleen is the major player here, and I can say from personal experience that it is stunning how well flower essences work on mental energy and digestion when the right remedy is chosen.

What amazes and saddens me is that this medicine would be so hard to comprehend and so easily disregarded (well, except that it's confused with essential oils). It seems so simple to me, so let me give a quick summary of what this medicine is about. We are of Earth. As such, we resonate in specific ways with specific plants, at the blueprint level. Our bodies, emotions and minds all resonate structurally with nature, at the blueprint level. So, let's not confuse this medicine with something unscientific or "out of this world". It's a bit abstract maybe because it's not rooted in the chemistry of nature but rather its blueprints, but it is certainly less abstract than, say, currency exchange. ...And, anyway, how much of what we use and take for granted every day do we fully understand?

So, it's understandable that there might be a lack of comprehension about this unknown medicine that has such an unfortunately unscientific-sounding name as "flower essences".

But Flower Essence Therapy and Counseling's lack of accessibility is a bit more sinister than just a lack of comprehension, and this is where my attitude really starts to kick in. It is simply not okay that modern medicine has become a drug turf war because of money. But, it is promising that integrative medicine is growing in clinics and hospitals, at least in Minneapolis.

And that is why I teach flower essence classes and train professionals. I want this harmless, ecological medicine to become known and accessible instead of marginal. More well-trained professionals will lead to greater effective use and greater interest in funding for well-conceived, specific and rigorous scientific studies.

Psychotherapist student, Nancy, learning how to use
Bach Remedies (flower essences) with clients.

I believe in this and am in it for the long haul.

The 2019-20 Flower Essence Foundations Training Course is available in person and via video conference for distance learners.

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Loyola (Loey) Colebeck teaches a Flower Essence Therapy Training Course and classes in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and via distance learning. She provides Bach Flower Consultations and Counseling and translated Bach Flower Essences and Chinese Medicine, by Pablo Noriega.