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Pets and People

Natural Healing for Pets and their People

This course is based on the journey of Anji Jackson Main and her use of herbal support for pets. It charts her many successes and some of the difficult challenges she has encountered over the last 50 years working with her own and other people’s animals, combining herbs and natural healing.


Anji has always had a special interest in the natural treatment of animals, having been strongly influenced by the work of Juliette de Bairacli Levy long before she trained professionally as a Herbalist, Natural Healer and Iridologist.

The course will explore the numerous ways in which plants and foods can be used to keep animals healthy and free from disease. It will teach you to take responsibility for the correct rearing of your animals to ensure that you are not progressively weakening their genetic inheritance.

It will also address the stresses that an animal might be under in modern situations, and work to relieve them by the best means possible. In terms of diet, this means avoiding over-processed, de-vitalised convenience options, and getting back to real food — as indeed it does with humans.

Anji Jackson Main is CNM’s Herbal Clinical Director and Lecturer in Iridology, Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine. She also has a Master of Fine Arts degree and likes to explore the connection between painting and healing.

  • 10am–4pm.
  • Saturday, 26th October 2024
  • CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London WC1X 9EU.

The cost of the workshop is £80 (limited numbers)

Continuous Professional Development (CPD): This course is worth 6 CPD points awarded by the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP).

“This was a great day with such a lovely group of people. Anji’s overarching aim was to provide us with information so that we felt confident to rethink ways to care for our animals. Anji has a wealth of experience and no question was left unanswered, The free-flowing session covered a lot of ground and was ultimately an exploration into the simplicity of a natural approach to animal care. It is rare to be taught by someone with a lifetime of experience to share, who affirmed our contributions and extended our thinking.”

Susan H.


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