Rose qualified as a Bach Flower Registered Practitioner in February 2017, studying the complexity of the Bach Flower system for over two years prior to qualifying.
Rose Morley (BFRT)
Rose qualified as a Bach Flower Registered Practitioner in February 2017, studying the complexity of the Bach Flower system for over two years prior to qualifying. It was her longstanding, keen interest in alternative medicine, and in particular her passion for flower remedies, that led Rose to complete the first level of training in the basics of Bach Flower remedies. From there, she was hooked and went on to complete the three levels required to obtain BFRP status.
As well as being a Bach Flower Registered Practitioner, Rose is also able to create bespoke Aromatherapy blends to work alongside Bach Flower Remedies. Both can be incorporated into creams and massage blends to suit the client’s needs. Please note that blends must not be taken internally if they contain essential oils.
In addition to her clinic, Rose is the Manager of D.Atkinson Herbalist and dispensary.
BFR practitioners on the Bach Centre’s 'Bach Foundation International Register of Practitioners' have followed an approved programme of education and assessment to ensure they are competent to use the remedies in professional practice.
About Bach Flower Remedies
Bach Flower remedies were created by Dr Edward Bach (1886-1936) to help in the regulation of emotions such as stress, fear, grief, anxiety, low mood and shock. They are of particular help in supporting mothers and newborn babies, especially after a difficult birth as well as pregnant women. There are no age restrictions in their use and, as such, they can be helpful in end of life care. The remedies do not, however, help with physical ailments.
Bach Flower remedies are safe and easy to use and will not react with conventional medicine. As well as this, they do not have any side effects and are safe to use when operating heavy machinery, driving etc as only a very small amount of grape brandy is used as a preservative.
You can read more about Dr Edward Bach and his flower remedies on their website: www.bachcentre.com
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