Live via Zoom*: 112 hours
Course Registration & Details
This dynamic course provides in-depth training for established clinicians, a solid foundation for beginners, and a container for self-exploration. As a small group, we will learn through academic study and hands-on experience. Teacher, Loyola Colebeck's (NCCAOM #172473) professional training and experience provide a unique opportunity for clinically relevant training beyond what is typically available in flower essence courses in the U.S., Canada and the U.K.
We will learn Dr. Bach's life and work, plant signatures, contemporary psychological portraits and companion essences, Classical Chinese Medicine aspects, cutting-edge trauma theory and healing, topical applications, scientific studies, case studies, and more. We will thoroughly cover the Bach Remedies as well as selected remedies from FES and other systems for addressing specific aspects of Self, Family, Ancestry and Trauma.
"I completed the Flower Essence Therapy training with Loey this past spring. I received so much from this class. I appreciated the connection to Traditional Chinese Medicine and learning about the studies that have been done to prove the effectiveness of these remedies. I love that we were supported in going through our own healing processes while taking the class. As as massage therapist, who has paused her practice due to Covid-19, I am grateful to have something to offer my clients and community that doesn't require being in the same physical space. It's also a beautiful way to connect with the plants that we learn about. Loey is a great teacher! I highly recommend this training!"
-Karen Townsend, LMT
"I would recommend this class to anyone and everyone interested in flower essence therapy. I really LOVE this class. It has changed my life, rocked my world so to say. It is my first course in flower essence therapy. I was introduced to flower essences many years ago, but I see now how superficial my understanding was.
What I love about this class is that the information we are getting is so unique and nuanced... very complex. I feel that we are understanding flower essence on a very deep level, far beyond any book description. I also really love the Chinese Medicine perspective. Since human and health, healing and trauma are already very complex and mysterious, it makes sense that we would honor that complexity and mystery in our attempt to understand as holistically as possible each essence and how to apply them in human healing processes. It is really expanding my mind and my own understanding of transformation and healing processes."
-Yoshi Owens, RN and coach