We are delighted to invite you to a unique seminar opportunity where 50 homeopaths will gather in Ubud, the healing centre of Bali, to share their clinical experience:
- Explore medicinal plants, animals and minerals
- Discover a variety of successful prescribing methods
- Expand your prescribing skills
- Immerse yourself in practical discussions with your colleagues
- Hear speakers from Australia, Kenya, India, and Indonesia: see ‘Confirmed Speakers’ and Speaker Timetable
The emphasis of this seminar is about utilising a rare opportunity to engage with your colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere. The intention is that by learning from other practitioners’ years of practice, you may increase your own working knowledge during this five-day seminar.
The Bali Project is about expanding knowledge, alleviating isolation and networking, to strengthen and support practitioners of homeopathy – and having fun.
Come and join us. Register now.
After the seminar:
The material presented and discussed at the seminar will be published in The Bali Project Manual to share with the international homeopathic community.
THE BALI PROJECT MISSION STATEMENT
This five-day seminar to be held in Bali every two years, aims to create an atmosphere of clinical information exchange amongst homeopaths. The seminar also offers exposure to the living world from which homeopathic medicines derive. It is aimed at expanding working knowledge for attendees by sharing clinical experience. While any practitioner is welcome to attend, the target audience is for those who have been in practice for more than five years.
By participating in The Bali Project, speakers and listeners are encouraged to share their knowledge with colleagues. Attendees’ invaluable experiences will be published in ‘The Bali Project Manual’ and distributed internationally. Profits from the sale of The Bali Project Manual will go to support homeopathic research undertaken by The Aurum Project.
The Bali Project vision is that by sharing information through discussion and exchange in this relaxed atmosphere, homeopaths will expand their working knowledge and thus strengthen the public perception of homeopathy in treating common clinical conditions.
The Bali Project is an initiative conceived by Australian homeopaths Jon Gamble, Nyema Hermiston, Linlee Jordan and Balinese homeopath Tjok Kerthyasa, in conjunction with The Aurum Project.
- Monday 3rd, Wednesday 5th and Friday 7th June
Speaker sessions morning & afternoon, plus one ‘Melting Pot’ session
- Tuesday 4th June
Herb and Spice Trail Field Trip, see herbs and spices from the materia medica, growing in their original habitat. Hear from a local herbalist who will accompany the group.
- Thursday 6th June
Volcano Field Trip to Gunung (Mount) Batur which is an active volcano and has erupted several times recently. The trek grade to the top varies, with the hardest being a level 3. Within the caldera of Batur volcano is a lake and sulphur hot springs, which could be visited, for those who climb to the top. Several lighter alternatives allow for an experience of the volcano. Attendees can select the trip level they are comfortable with.
- Saturday 8th – 9th June Post-seminar Marine Field Trip. A day to relax together after the seminar. (Venue to be confirmed). This will provide an opportunity to see some medicinal marine plants and animals, at attendees own initiative. Cost includes bus transport from Ubud to hotel, overnight accommodation, snorkeling equipment hire, guide fees and return bus transport to Ubud. Return bus transport to Ubud on Sunday 9th June.
All amounts are in Australian dollars. Family members are welcome to accompany us on the field trips to the volcano and the spice trail at no extra charge. They may also accompany us on the optional day 6 (the marine trip) and the fee is below.
Photo credits – Artist Nerida Cowdroy, Peter Cowdroy and Tjok Kerthyasa
Download the Bali Project Flyer PDF. Print it out for your clinic or college noticeboard. Bali-flyer-June2013
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