Harmonising the emotions to create a state of health and happiness
In the 1930s Dr Edward Bach developed a system for identifying and treating different emotional states using 38 flower remedies. His system is based on the belief that the root of illness lies in a patient’s attitude and emotional outlook and that to regain health, it’s necessary to resolve any negative states of mind. Bach Flower Therapists believe that this is done through the emotional influence naturally exerted by particular flowers.
Staff member and Therapist, Celia Stewart worked in the media industry before being made redundant and changing tack to complete a course in Swedish Massage in 1993. She then went on to study Bach Flower Remedies at the Dr Edward Bach Centre in Oxfordshire in 1996. Further training in Holistic Facials and Pregnancy Massage was taken at Neal’s Yard Remedies, Covent Garden.
Celia has worked as in-house Massage Therapist at Elle and Red Magazines and at Cherry Lodge, an inspiring Day Centre for people affected by cancer.
In addition to practising at Neal’s Yard Remedies, she now also runs Bach Flower Workshops and teaches Bach Flower Level One & Level Two courses (approved by the Dr Edward Bach Centre) as well as giving training on the remedies in health shops and pharmacies. She has travelled to Russia and Georgia to teach Bach Remedies. Celia practises at Neal’s Yard Remedies as a Massage Therapist, Holistic Facialist and Bach Flower Remedy Practitioner and all therapies can be combined. She now offers Ear Candling as well. Details of forthcoming courses and workshops can be found on her website.
Swedish Massage – ITEC 1993
Bach Flower Therapy – Dr Edward Bach Foundation 1997
Holistic Facials – Neal’s Yard 2007
Ear Candling 2014
Registered Practitioner with The Dr Edward Bach Centre (BFRP)
Days at Neal’s Yard