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Date

Dec 07 2020

Time

5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Homeopathy Community Clinic

Online TLC clinic – Homeopathy
Online 15-30 minute Homeopathy appointments for people living on little or no income, suggested donation up to £3.
FIRST MONDAY OF THE MONTH
Appointments at 5.30pm, 6.15pm and 7pm.
How to Book – Please book your session and you will be sent a link for your appointment on Zoom or Skype.
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a natural and gentle system of healing which has been in use world-wide for over 200 years. It looks at symptoms on all levels of physical, mental and emotional health. Homeopaths use highly diluted substances (given in tablet form), scientifically prepared in homeopathic pharmacies. These aim to rebalance the body’s own healing mechanisms.
What does the homeopath need to know?
The homeopath will ask what symptoms you have and how you experience them. They  will also take into account your overall  health and prescribe remedies for your particular symptoms.
Where do I obtain the homeopathic prescriptions?
If the homeopath assesses that it is appropriate to prescribe a remedy for you, they will post your remedy to you. There are no further charges for this.
What about seeing my doctor?
Please tell the homeopath about any medicine that has been prescribed by your doctor. It is always recommended that you keep in contact with your GP. Homeopathy is a complementary medicine and can be used alongside conventional or other treatments.
The TLC Drop-in Clinic was launched in Lancaster in January 2018 and since then over 200 people living with little or no income have received treatments. The clinic is being run online for the foreseeable future. It is run by a team of professional therapists who are all fully insured and in private practice. There are a variety of therapies such as Acupressure, reiki, healing, facial reflexology, homeopathy and EFT. Please have a look at the Booking website for other sessions we offer.
BOOK HERE

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