We offer Bach Centre approved courses in SA through the
Bach International Education Programme
Level 1 Introductory – Class Room and Online courses
This is a 2 day Introductory course – actual 2 day class room course – or 4 x 3 hours sessions via Zoom.
This course will give one a comprehensive knowledge of the 38 Bach flower remedies, Rescue Remedy, as well as information on how the remedies work, the general philosophy behind the workings, how to select them, and how to take them. After completion of this course, you will be able to help yourself, family, friends and pets with a selection of remedies to help them with imbalanced or negative feelings, moods and emotions.
Level 2 Advanced
This is also a 2 day course and goes into a deeper level of understanding the remedies, and the more subtle aspects of using the remedies, as well as the differences and comparisons between certain remedies, and a fuller understanding of the underlying philosophy.
Level 3 Practitioner Level
This 4 day course is aimed at the professional and trainee practitioners. It deals with the philosophy of self-help and its application within the context of professional practice. The course is followed by a period of approximately six months, during which time there will be written theory work and case studies based on work with clients. The course is assessed by both examination and course work. After successful completion of the Level 3, one is entitled to apply to be added to the International Register of Bach Practitioners.
All course are certified by the Bach Centre UK
Level 1 Course – 30 September 2022
- 2 day class-room course
- Friday 30th September 9am – 5pm
- Saturday 01 October 9am – 5pm
- Course are certified and approved by the Bach Centre
- Cost : R 2700
- Venue: to be confirmed
Level 2 – Johannesburg – November 4th 2022
- Friday 4th November 9am – 5pm
- Saturday 5th November 9m – 5pm
- 2 day class room course
- Hours: 9am to 5pm
- Cost : R 3300
- Venue : To be confirmed
Level 3 – to be arranged on demand
Other courses can be arranged in cities and centres where we have the demand and sufficient participants.