It has long been known that flowers, plants and all things natural are good for our health, wellbeing and spiritual personalities. But did you know that flower remedies can actually transform your attitude, soothe your stresses and provide some much-needed relief from anxieties and niggling conditions.
It was back in the 1920s and 30s that Dr Edward Bach, GP, bacteriologist and homeopath, put his name to his Bach Flower Remedies. Ever since that time, his remedies have been helping people to lead emotionally healthy lives.
“flexible and gentle and can be so finely tailored to suit the needs of anyone, they’re great at any stage of life and for helping people to deal with events and life stages such as relationship breakdown, career problems, getting married and childhood issues – they’re particularly effective for children because their minds have not been polluted with years of conditioning thoughts which can make the process longer.”
Your next step to start enjoying the benefits of Bach Flower Remedies is to book a Consultation Call
Bach Consultation for You by Phone or Zoom
Find the right remedy for you
All consultations are kept confidential and clients do not need to share inner most thoughts or personal information if they do not wish to, a resolution can be obtained from the described emotions and feelings. Includes remedy + a top up
Price = £46
Bach Consultation for the Family (4 members)
The Bach Flower Remedies are suitable, for all the family and a great way to support holistically.
This will be either a phone call or email consultations for your family (4 members) and pets too if required.
Order your consultation from the comfort of your home and receive a detailed treatment plan and 3 months remedy support.
Price = £125
Bach Consultation by Email
Sometimes you don’t want to talk but find it easier to put into writing.
Consultation by Email can help assess the right remedy for you, includes a remedy
Price = £28
Bach Me Up Discovery Call
Not sure if Bach can help you, a 15 min call will help explain just how Bach works