Edinburgh Store & Therapy Rooms

 
 

Contacts
   
Address 102 Hanover Street
Edinburgh
EH2 1DR
Telephone 0131 226 3223
Email

edinburgh@nealsyardremedies.com 

 

Opening Hours
   
Monday 10.00am - 6.00pm
Tuesday 10.00am - 6.00pm
Wednesday 10.00am - 6.00pm
Thursday 10.00am - 7.00pm
Friday 10.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday 10.00am - 6.00pm
Sunday 1.00pm - 5.00pm
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

Spring Make Your Own Aromatherapy Workshop

Wednesday 19th March 6.30pm - 8pm £10

Join Aromatherapist Barbara Robson, and use essential oils to make products to energise and wake up sluggish circulation. Make a facial cleansing balm, a clarifying toner and a zesty sugar body scrub to use at home.

Spring Equinox Herbal Workshop

Wednesday 26th March 6.30pm - 8pm £10

Explore traditional herbal remedies to detox, cleanse and energise with Medical Herbalist Fiona Morris. Spring into the new season feeling empowered by recipes for renewal inside and out. Enjoy hand made samples to take home after this fun evening event.

April Workshops.

Easter Chocolate Make Your Own Workshop.

Wednesday 16th April 6.30pm - 8pm £10

Join Aromatherapist Barbara Robson, and learn how to use essential oils to make products with a chocolate theme (without the calories!) Make a cocoa butter and mandarin body butter, orange and cocoa butter lip balm, and a fresh spring pot pourri to take home with you.

Spring Make Your Own Skincare Workshop.

Wednesday 23rd April 6.30pm - 8pm £10

Medical Herbalist Morag St Johnston shows you how to use herbs to make products to revitalise you this Spring. Make a rose and geranium moisturiser, detoxifying body oil, and a grapefruit and lemon balm lip balm to take home with you.

Bach Centre Approved Training Level One- Flower Remedies Introductory Course.

Sunday 6th April 9.30am - 5.30pm, Sunday 13th and Sunday 27th April 10.30am - 5.30pm. £145 payable in installments.

This foundation course, presented over 3 Sundays by Anne Dalziel, is suitable for both complete beginners and for those with some knowledge of Bach Flower Remedies. By the end of the course you will:

  • Have an overview of each of the 38 essences and their descriptions, and to understand the application of the essences to common everyday situations, including the 'rescue' combination blend.
  • Learn how to take the essences and to experience the outcomes first hand.
  • Understand the historical and philosophical context of Dr. Bach's system of essences.
  • Understand how Dr. Bach's system of essences are prepared.

On completion of the course (there is no assessment), you will be eligible to receive a Level 1 certificate from the Bach International Education Programme. This will allow you to progress, if you wish, to Level 2 of the
programme. There are three levels all together. The course attracts 6 CPD points for Therapists. Herbal tea and a light vegetarian lunch are provided.

Certificate in Indian Head Massage.

Indian Head Massage is an ideal course if you are a therapist wishing to add to your Complementary Therapy skills or if you are wishing to start training in the Complementary Therapy field. The 2 day training is very hands on; no previous experience in massage is required. Previous Indian head massage students offer the therapy now in offices, music festivals and ladies pamper evenings. It is a popular treatment as it can be shortened to 20-30 minutes and the client remains clothed.

The Indian Head Massage routine works on the scalp, neck, back, shoulders, upper arms, then back to the scalp and face. The greatest benefit for the client is a deeper sleep, increase in energy levels and time out to themselves to relax. The content of the two day Indian Head Massage training includes:

History of Indian Head Massage.

Contraindications of Indian Head Massage.

Procedure of the Indian Head Massage Treatment.

Preparation of the environment, client and therapist.

Over the 2 days, Geraldine McCullagh will demonstrate the movements and you will then practice on and receive treatments from other students. Geraldine will also provide information on how to use your body effectively so that you don't damage or strain your hands.

You are then asked to complete 10 case studies at home, and return approximately 8-10 weeks later to sit a practical exam in a group situation (no additional cost). Geraldine will provide feedback on your case studies and exam. Upon successful completion students will receive a CMA (Complementary Medical Association) certificate in Indian Head Massage that can be added to their current insurance.

Geraldine McCullagh is a fully qualified and insured trainer. She has been a therapist for 15 years and teaching Indian head massage for 11 years.

Date: Sunday 1st June & Sunday 8th June 2014 with exam approximately 12 weeks later.

Time: 10.00am - 5.00pm

Cost: £160 - (includes lunch) - payable in installments.

There is free on-street parking on Sundays in and around Hanover Street. Neal's Yard Remedies is also a short walk from Waverley train station.

Class size limited to 6.

10% off all full price shop purchases on the night at all workshops. Places are limited so booking & payment in advance with cash or a cheque is vital to secure your place. 0131 226 3223 edinburgh@nealsyardremedies.com