Homeopathy and Hydrotherapy for the Family

Instructor: Dr. Shannyn Fowl, ND (Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine)

Join us for a 5 week class to learn about these topics with Naturopathic Doctor, Shannyn Fowl, who has been teaching these concepts for over a decade now. Students are always amazed at how much there is to learn!

Upcoming classes:

Summer: Weds 3-6 PST, July 5th through Aug 2nd.

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Cost: $200 for 5 classes and $25 for the 75 page workbook. Payment is due 2 weeks before the first class. Workbooks are mailed 2 weeks before start of class.

Where: Zoom for class time. A working camera will be needed to create connection during the class. We will be using breakout rooms to collaborate with your classmates.

Class size: The number of students is capped at 25, however most classes are around 10-12 people allowing for you to get to know each other.

Course History: This course was previously taught at a local Community College Course for the last decade in conjunction with other courses about Naturopathic Medicine: Introduction to Naturopathic Medicine; Food as Your Medicine; Herbs and Medicine Making. Times are changing, availability of students have changed but the need for the knowledge provided in this course continues to be sought after. This course is being refitted to a digital platform with the attempt to keep the most valued parts of the curriculum intact.

Format: Lecture, Hands on tutorial and participation, Discussion. Since this is an interactive course, you are expected to participate with your camera on. These classes are kept small in an attempt to create collaborative learning and perhaps comradery among students if the right mix allows it. Many of my past students continue to stay in touch with each other because of the tender, honest connections that were made in the process of searching for real healing. There will be repetition of concepts, so if you don’t grasp it the first time, we are likely to go over it again. Homework may be presented as a learning tool giving students the opportunity to put their skills into action while having active feedback in class. Many class groups request more homework, believe it or not. It empowers them to learn the material.

Course Description: In this class, students will learn about homeopathy and water therapy and how to apply them for use in their families. Homeopathy teaching will include philosophy, specific remedies and common ailments. Constitutional homeopathy is beyond the range of this class. The history of hydrotherapy, basic physiology and the many ways to apply it will be discussed. General philosophy and the basic modalities used in naturopathic medicine will also be touched on. Classes will include lectures, handouts based on the lectures, discussion, informal quizzes or homework if requested and hands-on application of natural medicine techniques. Students will have the opportunity to experiment on themselves and learn from the collective experience of the class. There is an incredible amount of detailed material provided during the class including scientific evidence related to class discussion. The class focus will be on based on the interest of the class cohort and the balance of health, not individual diseases, diagnoses or treatment protocols. For the purpose of this class, we will talk in generalities and not specifics. Due to liability, test tasting will not be allowed and medical advice for any particular person will not be given. Please consult a doctor for appropriate personal care.

Continuing Education Units: This course was originally designed with CEU credits for nurses in mind, however the course is not presently registered to provide the credit. At this time, I am not aware of an easy way to pursue accreditation for nurses continuing education but happy to pursue possibilities if there are reasonable leads presented.

Some participants still seek continuing education credits for other occupations and if accepted by a verbal discussion with your employer, a certificate can be issued to document your hours. This would include a final exam to be given in compliance with CEU credits. It would include two sections, part one will be multiple choice to be completed online. Details for part one along with part two of the exam, fill in the blank and essay questions, will be handed out on week 4 to be returned on week 5 for those students desiring CEU credit.

Saturdays 9am-1pm PST
May 20th
May 27th
June 3rd
June 10th
June 17th
Alternate date of June July 5th (because stuff happens).

Weds 3-6 pm PST
July 5th
July 12th
July 19th
July 26th
Aug 2nd
Alternate date of Aug 9th

Contact Form: https://journeyofhealth.org/contact-us/online-form/

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