We are huge fans of CNM (The College of Naturopathic Medicine), who provide expert, science-based training and education in a variety of holistic health disciplines, including Naturopathy, Nutrition, Herbalism, Homeopathy, Biomedicine and so much more. If you want to learn about these subjects, the great news is, they’re holding an online open day on Saturday September 4th.
Want to learn more about naturopathy, nutrition, herbalism, acupuncture, homeopathy or other holistic health subjects? If so, we highly recommend the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM). The great news is, they’re holding an online open day on September 12th!
We are huge fans of CNM (The College of Naturopathic Medicine), who provide expert, science-based training and education in a variety of holistic health disciplines, including Naturopathy, Nutrition, Herbalism, Homeopathy, Biomedicine and so much more. They are holding an online Open Event on Saturday June 20th, which will be perfect for prospective students, or anyone curious about what CNM offers. Read on to learn more!
Last May, Ayurveda.ie joined forces with Vedas Beauty, a stunning Day Spa located in Dun Laoghaire. I’ve had the pleasure of a consultation with the wonderful Dr. Brennan myself and an Ayurvedic massage from one of their wonderful therapists. This Saturday September the 12th, they’re inviting you in for their Open Day.
Located at 19 Lower Georges Street, Dun Laoghaire, and based over four floors, the building contains an award winning Day Spa, two large Pilates and Yoga studios, Dr Brennan’s consultation rooms, and Vedas Academy offering part time and evening courses. Their shop, stocking a large range of Ayurvedic and beauty products is located on the ground floor.
The day will include:
· Free Yoga Classes – All day
· Free Indian Head Massages
· Pilates Demonstrations
· Free Lectures with Dr Donn Brennan at 11am & 3 pm
· A tour? of the Yoga studios and treatment rooms
– A chance to find out more about their “Vedas Academy” and training opportunities
– 20% discount on all Ayurveda products purchased on the day!
For the evening of the 12th, they have also have brought over two of India’s finest Gandharva Ved Musicians for a not to be missed concert.
CNM Dublin, 4th Floor, Scotch House, 6-7 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2, €15
Come and be inspired by the power of natural therapies to promote health and vitality! The event will be packed with fabulous tips on how to look after your health naturally. Plus, if you’re thinking of changing your career, you’ll get the chance to find out more about training with CNM to become a natural health practitioner.
Speaking first will be Sorcha Taylor who qualified in Herbal Medicine & Naturopathy with the College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2010. She is passionate about Herbal Medicine and the benefits herbs have on the body. Many people are aware that plants are healing to the body but are not sure how it really works.
Join Sorcha at the CNM Ireland Open Day and hear how herbs are categorised, what parts of the plants are used and the actions and effect they have on the body. Sorcha will also explain the multiple actions that many herbs have as well as what herbs you can choose to help your body adapt back into balance. For example, dandelion leaf is a diuretic, which means it helps you to eliminate water in the form of urine. Many people who use synthetic diuretics also need to take potassium supplements to keep their electrolytes balanced, yet dandelion leaf has a natural amount of potassium. This is just part of the wonderful picture that herbs and nature can play in your health, it is as if nature knows what the body needs. Come along and find out what herb suits you.
“To find a college that taught Herbal Medicine alongside Naturopathy made the course very well rounded. There are so many aspects of natural medicine that complement and strengthen one another and studying Naturopathy gave me a great overall understanding of these and many additional clinical tools I could use as well as Herbal Medicine.” – Marina, Graduate in Herbal Medicine & Naturopathy