Wellpark College forum focuses on food allergies
Wellpark College of Natural Therapies is unique in the depth and quality of the courses offered, enhanced in no small part by the experience and knowledge of the teaching staff that goes way beyond the norm.
It is also renowned for its dedication to driving the standards of natural therapies forward.
It is establishing the first Natural Therapies Research Unit worldwide to help move the complimentary/alternative approach down the path of integration with more modern forms of medicine.
For the first time, it is holding a forum on integrative medicine, focusing on food allergies. The forum will show how the disciplines of naturopathy, herbal medicine, aromatherapy, ayurveda and yoga therapy and a local doctor approach this particular disorder.
So if you know anyone who suffers from food allergies, bring them along.
Wellpark has devel- oped New Zealand’s first degree in Natural Therapies and is just waiting for the final seal of approval from NZQA.
Students are nurtured from the physical to the mental to the emotional, bringing about greater levels of consciousness and awareness that not only positively affect their own lives but ultimately those of the clients that they will help.
Wellpark’s enthusiasm in providing the most fulfilling and holistic experience for its students sees it host many internationally recognised speakers as well as organising tours to India for its Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy students.
Wellpark College students go on to achieve fulfilling careers in private practise, within corporate organisations or even internationally in Europe, US and Asia.
Student Maxine Weiner sums up the Wellpark experience:
“Coming to study yoga at Wellpark is one of the best decisions I’ve made. I had a general interest in holistic health but I knew I wanted to study natural health when I became ill a few years ago with chronic fatigue and there was nothing my doctor could do to help.
“There were a number of places I could study in London but I knew it was important for me to make significant lifestyle changes and get away from the rat race. I was fortunate to be able to search for courses anywhere in the world. I chose Wellpark College because it offered the opportunity to study with students of other modalities and also because of its quiet and peaceful location.
“Yoga has taught me about myself and how to live a healthier and happier life and this has enabled me to continue my recovery from a debilitating condition.
My teachers have taught me much more than theory and asana, they’ve taught me how to put yoga into practice and make it a part of my daily life. I came here to learn a skill I hoped would allow me to change my career but I have gained so much more than that.
Wellpark invites you to come along on June 7 to enjoy a taste of the Wellpark experience. There will be workshops, demonstrations and presentations running all afternoon in addition to the forum and the chance to meet the people that will shape your future.
For more information, phone 360-0560 or visit www.wellpark.co.nz.
Holistic approach: Wellpark is holding a forum on an integrated approach to food allergies.