Whether you are a certified Findhorn Flower Essence practitioner, interested in becoming a Findhorn Flower Essence Practitioner or a Practitioner in a related field but with an interest in Flower Essence Therapy, we hope these pages may be of some interest to you.
Each Page contains introductory information on the selected therapy together with links to:
- Specific FFE products which are most commonly used in conjunction with each therapy.
- Practitioners who use FFE products in conjunction with their chosen therapy.
- Testimonials from practitioners who use FFE products in conjunction with their chosen therapy.
- How to become a registered practitioner with FFE.
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Flower Essence Therapy
Flower Essence Healing requires both an active awareness and an objective observation of an individual’s thoughts, feelings and psyche to determine the mental and emotional issues …Read more
Healing Through Spirit Connection
Involves enlisting the support of a healer to act as a conduit for healing energy from spirit, which can be felt on many levels or channelled in many ways. It requires the healer to have a natural talent for …Read more
Acupuncture, Reflexology & EFT
Are healthcare systems derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine principles which, themselves, go back over two thousand years.Read more
The core belief of Traditional Chinese Medicine is …
!s the practice of using naturally extracted oils from flowers, bark, stems, leaves and roots or other parts of a plant for healing and cosmetic purposes. The extracted oils are known as “essential oils’…Read more
Is the use of plants for medicinal purposes. It is common to all cultures and peoples of the world, is the most ancient forms of treatment known and remains widely practiced to this day.Read more
Is a natural form of medicine used to treat both acute and chronic conditions. Dating back to Hippocrates (460-377BC) it is based on the Law of Similars, which states that ‘Like Cures Like’.Read more
Is a Japanese technique which reduces stress, whilst at the same time promoting relaxation and healing. It is a gentle, non-invasive practice administered by …Read more
Is a holistic approach used to improve health when the body-mind-system is out of balance. It is based on Chinese Medicine and suggests that disease occurs if the elements in the body …Read more