13th April from 10am til 4:30pm and on 14th April from 9:30am til 1pm.
Also on Sat 16th March 2019 at Helios Medical Centre, Bristol
Developed by Marianne Altmaier nearly 20 years ago, and put to the use in Anthroposophical clinics and hospitals (Germany, UK, Sweden and America) for the last 15 years, Metal Colour Light Therapy draws its original inspiration from the coloured glass windows of the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. The intense colours of the glass panels arise from metal oxides of iron, copper, silver and gold. Engraved motifs on the glass panels intensify the experiential and therapeutic effect of the sunlight passing through the coloured glasses, conveying the qualities of the metals, for example: warmth or coolness, lovely or peaceful flowing movement, structuring forces or loosening qualities. It can be used both therapeutically for a wide range of medical conditions, and for maintaining health, and is appropriate for both children and adults in developmental life crises, who are disabled, traumatised, elderly or dying.
These Introductions to Metal Colour Light Therapy will be interactive events with contributions led by Hazel Adams, Alara Mayes and Liri Filippini. They are open to all those with an interest in Metal Colour Light Therapy, to anyone wishing to explore the healing properties of colour, light and the metals, and to those who may be interested in the next training course beginning in August 2019.
There will be a brief introduction to the work and generous time given to observing the glass panels and sharing experiences. A few examples will highlight the main effects observed related to the metals which bring the colour into the glass, and their therapeutic outcomes.
Cost: £95 to support the Blackthorn Trust includes lunch and refreshments
For further information and bookings, please contact Alara Mayes: email@example.com for information and booking of the BLACKTHORN workshop