Suffolk School of Healing

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About Suffolk School of Healing

Suffolk School of Healing is a training and membership organisation, established to support individuals on their spiritual journey. Suffolk School of Healing is a member of The Confederation of Healing Organisations.

A selection of workshops, courses, training or meditation groups are available, depending on your particular interest. They are aimed at promoting your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being, as well as expanding your spiritual development.

The workshops and meditation groups provide you with an opportunity to develop your self awareness. You will benefit from learning different relaxation techniques and how to use guided visualisation. The Healing course provides a basic overview of the concept of healing and you will learn about self healing as well as healing friends and family members:

  • Introduction to Healing Course
  • Workshops (a variety of topics are available)
  • Meditation Group
  • Healer Practitioner Course - Available soon

    The Introduction to Healing workshop series provides a background for those wishing to learn relaxation techniques and self-healing as well as the option of providing healing for friends and family. A Healer Practitioner Course will also be available in the near future.

    Interested in developing your spiritual awareness or learning about how healing can enhance your life? Check out the range of Suffolk School of Healing workshops and courses - available near Stowmarket and in Eye

  • Workshops and Healing Courses in Stowmarket and Eye

    The Courses and Workshops are delivered in Westhorpe, near Stowmarket and at The Complementary Medicine Centre, in Eye.These venues are within easy reach of those who live in Stowmarket, Eye, Diss, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich. However, you do not need to live in Suffolk to attend a healer course or workshop. These healing courses are open to anyone with an interest, including those living in the neighbouring counties of Essex, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.

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