A one day seminar with Myriam Shivadikar 

Saturday 2nd  February 2008  10am - 5pm


About the speaker

Myriam has been in clinical practice for 21 years and has taught internationally for 20 years and in the UK for the last 8 years. She has a unique, eclectic approach, which combines the mind, body and spiritual aspects to treating  patients. Her training began with Acupuncture and Homeopathy then onto her own research into remedies via bio resonance machines. She then studied diet, nutrition and herbal medicine, which are incorporated in order to advice patients regarding lifestyle and remove maintaining causes.

About the seminar

TCM is a 5000-year-old complete wholistic system of medicine, which complements Homeopathy and gives us fresh insights into homeopathic remedies. Like Homeopathy, TCM is a profound subject; this one day seminar will give you information that can be immediately applied in your practice. With it’s own anatomy, acupuncture is only one of eight branches of TCM; there are 12 meridians linked to internal organs which form the cornerstone of TCM anatomy and pathology.
In today’s practice, patients have changed and the reality is that they are more complex with more suppressions and drug layers. Although homeopaths have developed more methodologies as a strategy to treating chronic diseases - we’re still unsure as to where to begin – which layer to begin with.
Using TCM, we can gain a deeper understanding of our patients, which helps us to unravel the enigma that surrounds chronic disease.

What you will learn

  • TCM philosophy, constitutions and diet
  • The twelve meridians of TCM – their sphere of action, energetically, physically and emotionally.
  • Homeopathic and  herbal remedies linked to TCM organs
  • The Five Element theory and how to apply it in practice, therapeutically, predicting and in prevention of diseases
  • Miasms in relation to the Five Elements