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Complementary Medicine Or Traditional Medicine?

18 August @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Alternative therapy

Join Cora Kemball-Cook for a Canterbury Group Event.

While some people have had great success with complementary therapies others have found little benefit and prefer to use more traditional forms of treatment. Some people use a mixture of both forms of healing. How do we decide which form of treatment or healing is appropriate?

Agnes Schmitz uses a mixture of cranio sacral therapy, EFT and Bach flower remedies for healing. She will tell us a little about her experience of these techniques and how they work. Cora Kemball-Cook teaches yoga, breath work, meditation and relaxation – all of which are great to help the healing process and will talk about how yoga can help us to heal.

Also, we are delighted to be able to welcome Judy Piatkus to the meeting, she is  the founder of Consciouscafe and author of “Ahead of her time”  How a one woman start up became a global publishing brand. She will be able to share with us some of her experience of healers.

If you have any experience in the field of healing, then we’d love to hear from you and join the discussion. If you’d just like to come along to listen that is fine, all are welcome.

Agnes will finish with a healing meditation.

Cost is £5.00 pay online and you can book your tickets using the link below. The full address and details will be sent once you have booked. The meeting will be held outside in a garden in Canterbury if the weather allows or inside in a studio if it rains.


18 August
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Cora Kemball-Cook


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