Homeopathy for Everyday Living

Location Dates
Live stream: join from anywhere Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th April 2021

10am – 6pm BST

Covid update: If we are not able to provide this course in college due to government advice then the course will be delivered via live stream following the same timetable. Please contact us should you wish to find out more.


What is Homeopathy for Everyday Living?

This short but comprehensive course will give you the confidence, skills and knowledge to select and use the best homeopathic remedies for a range of common conditions.

Homeopathy uses potentised remedies in pillule, tablet or liquid form to strengthen a person’s own healing powers to deal with a specific health problem. By the end of the course you will be able to create a homeopathic first-aid kit for yourself and your family and know how to choose and apply the best remedy in the correct dosage.

You will be able to help yourself and your family with most minor everyday ailments and recognise the conditions which require professional help.

Who should take this course?

This course is suitable for those with little to no knowledge or a basic knowledge of homeopathy.

What you will learn

  • Introduction to Homeopathy
  • Common first aid and acute remedies
  • Holiday and travel situations
  • Common winter ailments and all seasons
  • Stress, anxiety and busy life support
  • Common skin and digestive problems
  • Female hormonal issues


CNM Completion in Homeopathy for Everyday Living


Continuous Professional Development (CPD): This course is worth 30 CPD points awarded by the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP).


CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London WC1X 9EU



T&Cs: Voucher code valid until midnight 12th April 2021. This voucher code cannot be combined with any other offer or discount, such as the student discount, ambassador or referral incentives. No cash alternative will be offered. CNM reserves the right to withdraw from the promotion at any time.

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