Location Date Name  Details
Belfast Wed. 27th Sept Integrative Naturopathy: Cancer: Key protocols and principles for a better patient outcome details
Galway Thurs. 28th Sept Integrative Naturopathy: Cancer: Key protocols and principles for a better patient outcomes details
Edinburgh Mon. 2nd Oct Using herbs to improve nutrient uptake from food details
Brighton Wed. 4th Oct A naturopathic approach to detoxification to support female hormones, with Wild Nutrition details
Belfast Thurd. 5th Oct The key physical signs and symptoms of heavy metal toxicity details
Bristol Thurs.12th Oct Integrative Naturopathy: Cancer: Key protocols and principles for a better patient outcomes details
London Thurs.19th Oct A naturopathic approach to methylation through case studies, with Wild Nutrition details
Galway Tues. 24th Oct The key physical signs and symptoms of heavy metal toxicity details
Cork Wed. 25th Oct The key physical signs and symptoms of heavy metal toxicity details
Dublin Thurs. 26th Oct How to reduce the impact of MTHFR and mast cell degradation details
London Sat. 28th Oct How to interpret and respond to tongue and pulse signs TCM details
Bristol Thurs. 9th Nov Cause and treatment of hyperactive immune response details
London Wed. 1st Nov Adaptogens: how to select for different therapeutic indications details
Galway Sat. 4th Nov Working with bioavailability and biological activity of nutrient combinations details
Manchester Thurs. 9th Nov Using herbs to improve nutrient uptake from food details
Dublin Thurs. 9th Nov Using Chlorella for immunity, detox and digestion details
Brighton Sat. 11th Nov How working with the vagus nerve affects the microbiome details
Edinburgh Thurs.16th Nov Integrative Naturopathy: Cancer: Key protocols and principles for a better patient outcomes details
London Wed. 29th Nov Diet and DNA the power of Nutrigenomics details

Bionutri – The Role of Botanicals in Health

Plants have been the basis for medical treatments through much of human history and the use of botanicals for human health is the basis for the modern pharmaceutical industry.  This seminar will delve into some of our most revered botanicals, their pathways and how their ingredients work together to produce beneficial effects to health.

Edward Joy has over twenty years’ experience as a complementary healthcare practitioner. He is well known for his work as a herbalist but also adopts homeopathy, naturopathy and nutrition into his practice. Edward contributes regularly to articles for Only Natural and Holistic Therapist magazines. His informal lectures and herb walks are attended by health professionals in the UK and throughout Europe from Ireland to Italy.

Edinburgh, Monday 2nd October

6.30pm – 8.30

Venue:

Edinburgh Napiers University

Merchiston Campus
10 Colinton Rd, Edinburgh EH10 5DT

Tickets for ANP Members: FREE*
Tickets for Non-Members: £10

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Manchester, Thursday 9th November 

6.30pm – 8.30

Venue Manchester Conference Centre and The Pendulum Hotel, Conference Room 7, 78 Sackville Street, M1 3BB
Tickets for ANP Members £5*
Tickets for non members £10


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A naturopathic approach to methylation through case studies, with Wild Nutrition

Lorna Driver-Davies, naturopathic nutritional therapist will lead you through a presentation looking at clinical cases which have benefited from a naturopathic approach to methylation to support a wide range of symptoms.

A key part of the presentation will cover the importance of using nutrients in their most natural ‘food’ forms as an integral part of regulating. This is important in situations where the practitioner suspects methylation issues, but is unable to see the methylation ‘picture’ of a client via genetic or other test.

Lorna practices functional medicine intertwined with the wisdom of naturopathy and her own love of botanicals and herbs. This integrated approach is reflected in the Wild Nutrition approach to supporting methylation, beyond simply looking at “pathways” and SNP’s to a wider understanding of the client picture.

Those attending the talk will understand the importance of seeing the entire client picture to fully understand how methylation is affecting their health status directly and indirectly. We will discuss the use of botanicals, diet and lifestyle practices to support methylation. Often seen as a “complex” subject, it can be addressed by using simple, natural methods

A naturopathic approach to detoxification to support female hormones

Brighton Wed. 4th Oct  6.30pm – 8.30 

Venue Brighton Friends Meeting House

Ship Street
BN1 1A

Tickets for ANP Members £5*
Tickets for non members £10


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A naturopathic approach to methylation through case studies

London Thurs.  19th Oct.  6.30pm – 8.30  

Venue:

CNM London

25 Percy Circus, Kings Cross

WC1X 9EU

Tickets for ANP Members: £5*
Tickets for Non-Members: £15

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How to reduce the impact of MTHFR and Mast Cell Degradation

Thurs. 26th October 7.00 – 8.45pm

Modern therapy should provide relief – not more burden or regimentation. By working this way, people are self-motivated for advanced therapies. The focus of this lecture is on immune regulation and how toxins from the environment and food begin to affect the immune system from the very beginning of life. I will explain how the immune system is slowly and gradually tipped into hyperactivity and the protocols and treatments that calm it down.

 

 

Venue: CNM Dublin College House, 3rd Floor, Townsend Street
Tickets for ANP Members: €free*
Tickets for Non-Members: € 10


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How to interpret and respond to tongue and pulse signs TCM

 Saturday 28th October, 10.00 – 6.00pm
by Dr Ye Liuxhong

Laboratory testing can expensive and invasive for your client.  Getting as much precise diagnostic information from your client from the outset is essential to building a successful protocol and relationship with your client. Understanding what the tongue and pulse is showing you is informative, gentle and non invasive. The tongue and pulse will also change in response to your treatment and give you an indication of how your client is responding to your protocol.  In this full day workshop, Dr. Ye Liuxhong will  teach you how to check, read and interpret the tongue and pulse signs  of your client.

You will learn:

  • Tongue diagnosis

  • Pulse diagnosis

  • Precise differential diagnosis using tongue and pulse

 

Venue: CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, Kings Cross, WC1X 9EU
Tickets for ANP Members: £10*
Tickets for Non-Members: £50

 

 

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Adaptogens: how to select for different therapeutic indications

Wednesday 1st November, 6.30-8.30pm

by Peter Jackson Main 

 

Adaptogens are known as the herbal catagory  with which to manage stress, increase endurance, and prolong stamina – but with over 20 different adaptogens to choose from, how do you know which one is right for your client’s presentation?

In this lecture, I will discuss with you the differences in adaptogens and how to best apply these according to different clinical presentations.

 

Venue:

CNM London
25 Percy Circus, Kings Cross Road, WC1X 9EU

Tickets for ANP Members: £10*
Tickets for Non-Members: £30

 

 

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Using Chlorella for immunity, detox and digestion

Thursday 9th November, 6.30-8.30pm

by Christine Bailey

Chlorella is a vibrant-green algae that has long been a popular everyday supplement in Eastern societies. In the West, more and more people are recognizing the benefits of chlorella supplementation. Additionally, a wealth of scientific research supports it’s use for numerous health conditions and optimising vitality and healthy aging.

This seminar will review the current research, clinical applications, nutritional profile and practical considerations for practitioners using chlorella in clinical settings.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the nutritional profile of chlorella and its uses
  • Evaluate the current research regarding the clinical use of chlorella
  • Recognise the potential side effects, contraindications, dose recommendations when using chlorella in clinic
  • Understand the process of biotransformation or detoxification and how it may be modified through diet
  • Be able to implement a foundational detoxification programme using chlorella
  • Identify clinical uses of chlorella for immune modulation and digestive health
  • Consider additional clinical applications of chlorella supplementation including weight loss and cardiovascular programmes and anti-aging strategies.

 

Venue:

CNM Dublin, College House
3rd floor
Townsend Street

Tickets for ANP Members: £free*
Tickets for Non-Members: £10

 

 

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Hyperactive Immune response: cause and treatment

Thursday 9th November, 6.30-8.30pm

by Dr Marcus Stanton

Food begin to impact the immune system at the very earliest stages of life. Over time, the immune system is pushed into hyperactivity, later manifesting in variable presentations from allergy to intolerance and systemic immune dysfunctions. This lecture will run through the foods that puncture essential gut surfaces and cause immune dysregulation. One the body is sensitised in this way, how do you reverse it? In this lecture I will explain the cellular pathways to work with and the foods and protocols they best respond to: according to your client’s presentation.

 

Venue:

CNM Bristol
1B Woodlands Court, Ash Ridge Road
BS32 4LB Almondsbury
United Kingdom

Tickets for ANP Members: £free*
Tickets for Non-Members: £10

 

 

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How working on the vagus nerve affects the microbiome

Saturday 11th November, 10.00 – 13.30
by Sue Camp

This seminar will  discuss the cross-talk of the gut and the brain with the immune system via the vagus nerve.

Gut-Brain-Microbiota Axis

The gut-brain axis (GBA) consists of bidirectional communication between the central and the enteric nervous system, linking emotional and cognitive centers of the brain with peripheral intestinal functions. The importance of the gut–brain axis in regulating stress-related responses has long been appreciated. More recently, the microbiota has emerged as a key player in the control of this axis, especially during conditions of stress. The routes of communication between the microbiota and brain include the vagus nerve, gut hormone signaling, the immune system, tryptophan metabolism, and microbial metabolites such as short chain fatty acids. The importance of the early life gut microbiota in shaping later health outcomes also is emerging.

Venue: Friends Meeting House, Brighton, Ship Street, BN1 1AF
Tickets for ANP Members: £5*
Tickets for Non-Members: £15

 

 

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Bio availability and biological activity of nutrient combinations 

Galway Saturday 4th November  6.30pm – 8.30

There’s more to nutrition than just nutrients

by Sue McGarrigle

Nutrients constitute much of the vital energy in the foods we eat and equally, the more diverse and dynamic our diet the greater our potential for health.

On this basis the potential for the practice of nutrition to exert health benefits is profound. However, the modern practitioner is routinely confronted by clients in an inflammatory, congested state with a lifestyle that doesn’t sufficiently nourish them. To overcome these barriers the practitioner has a cocktail of nutrients, uniquely prepared to bring about order.

Venue: The Connacht Hotel  Old Dublin Road
Galway, Ireland
Tickets for ANP Members: FREE*
Tickets for Non-Members: €10

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DNA and the power of nutrigenomics

Wednesday 29th November, 6.30pm-8.30pm

By Marylin Glenville

There are many different diets out there Atkins, 5:2, blood type, paleo and no one diet will work for everybody because we are all different.  With the research into nutrigenomics we can now personalise someone’s diet according to their genetic make-up. This talk will explain the science of nutrigenomics and how we can use genetic testing to personalise nutrition advice and physical activity recommendations tailored to the patient’s DNA.   The results of genetic testing can impact weight management, cardiometabolic health, nutrient metabolism, food intolerance, eating habits, physical activity and injury risk.

There is increasing awareness among researchers, educators, healthcare professionals and consumers that the one-size-fits-all, population-based approach to nutritional guidance is inefficient and often ineffective.  This awareness has created a growing market for personal, genetic testing advice.

 

Venue: CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU
Tickets for ANP Members: £5*
Tickets for Non-Members: £15

 

 

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