Anthroposphic Medicine by Dr Klaudia Kempfen

Talk on Anthroposophic Medicine

By Dr Klaudia Kempfen

Where: St Luke’s Therapy Centre, 53 Cainscross Road, Stroud, GL5 4EX

When: Thursday 27/10/16

Time: 7:30 – 9

Originally trained in Germany Dr Kempfenhas been working as a doctor in the UK since 1997, as a GP since 2002. She completed the Anthroposophic Medical Training in 2013 and worked in St. Luke`s Medical Centre until it sadly had to close for the NHS.
Dr Kempfen very much values the unique humanistic and holistic, anthroposophic approach.
Dr Kempfen has a particular interest in cancer care, mental health issues, burn out and developing more of a particular interest for developmental issues in children and adolescents.
Contributions (£5 recommended) at the door are welcome and will go towards the Patient Therapy Fund.

Resolving Chronic Pain

AUTUMN TALKS

Title: Resolving Chronic Pain

By Rachel Stevens

Location: St Luke’s Therapy Centre, 53 Cainscross Road, Stroud, GL5 4EX

Time: 7:30 to 8:30

Contributions to the patient therapy fund at the door.

Rachel Stevens will discuss this very relevant and important topic out of her wealth of knowledge. She has been working for nearly 30 years to help people lead more fulfilling and pain free lives. She works with 3 different approaches to help resolve pain / posture problems / stress / emotional issues and to help free you from unwanted mind-body habits.

Alexander Technique, SIRPA (Stress and Pain Illness Resolution), Psych-K

From Ideas to Experience

From Ideas to Experience

The Inner Path of Meditation

Date: 22nd October 2016

Time: 10:30 – 12noon

Venue: St Luke’s Therapy Centre, 53 Cainscross Road, Stroud, GL5 4EX

In this session Marjatta will describe the path of meditation given by Rudolf Steiner and suggest ways to take up a meditative practice. We will discuss the challenges
of doing this and a practical approach will be suggested that guides and supports
the meditative practice. 

Suggested contribution: £6/£4 including refreshments

Enquiries to Sheila Lisster 01453 757295

Marjatta van Boeschoten is the General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society. She was a pupil at Wynstones Steiner School and then became a
lawyer. Later she was a management consultant working in large businesses, government and the United Nations. Working from the source of
an inner life has been the fundamental basis for all her work.

St Luke’s Therapy Centre Open Day

St Luke’s Therapy Centre

OPEN DAY

Sunday 18th September
11am – 4pm,

53 Cainscross Road, Stroud

Come and visit our recently re-launched therapy centre. Meet the therapists and learn how their approach might help you or someone close to you.

Taster Sessions – Refreshments – Short Talks

Although no longer linked to an NHS practice the St. Luke’s Therapy Centre aims to make treatments affordable and accessible to all.

Singing, Art Therapy, Rythmical MasSLTC Open DAy Sept 2016sage, Anthroposophic Therapeutic Speech, Alexander Technique, Homeopathy, Chiropractic, Biographical Counselling, Anthroposophic Medicine, Youth Counselling

Everyone Welcome

For more information call 01453 763755

Dialoguing with Nature by Karin Jarman

Dialoguing with Nature

The Oasis Programme at St. Luke’s has been going strong for over 12 years now. It is offered to anyone who is searching for the meaning of life, very often prompted by illness or a life crisis that makes us stop and take stock. An Oasis group can be tremendously supportive during such times, through the compassionate and mutual sharing of wisdom over a period of nine months.

Meetings take place on a weekly basis for 3 hours. Increasingly there are requests to teach the facilitation skills required for running such groups, also from abroad. Over the last eight years I have been invited to teach such courses in Spain so that therapists can start their own groups, two of which are now active in Madrid and Barcelona.

My most recent teaching assignment for a group of 30 therapists took place in a beautiful country property near to Montserrat, a 90 minute drive from Barcelona.

We began the day with a silent meditative walk, each time taking a Karin - Blog pic 5different focus – sprouting, budding and new growth; or leafing, spreading and abundance; dying, seeding and receding. As part of a team building exercise we split up into 3 groups of 10 people. Their task was to work with nature and together create a mandala with the materials found in the surroundings. Karin - Blog pic 4On the first day each group chose and marked out their very different locations, one very intimate and hidden, one exposed with breath taking views and one near the studios. The mandalas were developed over the next three days, beginning with the structure, then focussing on enlivening and lastly on ensouling them, all the while working as a whole group. Not surprisingly, there were challenges and potential conflicts to overcome – an essential learning process to find creative ways of resolving them. There was above all, much joy and laughter, singing, chanting and dancing!

To conclude and celebrate our art work we visited each place in turn and were showered with flower petals and greeted with the description of intense group processes that had been experienced, but also saw how the intricate dialogue with nature in its varied manifestations was being mirrored in our own souls.

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The outdoor work was complemented in the studios with art work, paintings and sculpture as well as study and reports from the budding Oasis groups in Spain!

It was wonderful to witness the growing heart warmth, enthusiasm and new ideas that were being discovered to then take home and work with.

Karin Jarman, July 2016

The Oasis Group is run by Karin Jarman and Pauline Marksteiner at

St Luke’s Medical Centre

Please Contact us for more information

Autumn Talks, Explore, Embrace, Expand

Please join us for a series of autumn talks which will be designed to inspire and educate people on what is available at St Luke’s Therapy Centre and explore themes around health and disease.

Dates :

September 15            Mike Gould                       CANCELLED

September 29           Dr Andrew Evans              The Amazing Dr You

October 13                 Rachel Stevens                  Resolving Chronic Pain

October 27                Dr Claudia Kempfen         Anthroposophic Medicine

November 10            Ursula Browning              Eurythmy Therapy

November 24            Simon Andrews               Homeopathy

December 8               Karin Jarmin                    Anxiety and Depression

Time:

All talks start at 7.30 admission by donation

Venue:

St Luke’s Therapy Centre

53 Cainscross Road

Stroud

GL5 4EX

St Luke’s Therapy Centre Open Day

ST LUKE’S THERAPY CENTRE OPEN DAY

St Luke's Open Day 16-06-11Sunday 12th June

11am – 4pm,

53 Cainscross Road, Stroud

Come and visit our recently re-launched therapy centre. Meet the therapists and learn how their approach might help you or someone close to you.

Taster Sessions – Refreshments – Short Talks

Although no longer linked to an NHS practice the St. Luke’s Therapy Centre aims to make treatments affordable and accessible to all.

Everyone Welcome

For more information call 01453 763755

 Click here for the program

Sponsored Walk 14 May 2016

Sponsored Walk

Meet Saturday 14th May 9.30 at St. Luke’s Therapy Centre
Do come and join us! This year there are two options:
– Walk from Stroud to Cheltenham (15 miles) led by Karin Jarman. A good level of fitness is required.
– Walk along the canal path to Chalford (7 miles). This is level walking and suitable for families with young children. Led by Linda Aylward. If it seems daunting, just come for a while.
We will meet in the car park of the St. Luke’s Therapy Centre for a prompt 9.30 start.  Bring a packed lunch, plenty of water and come prepared for all weathers.
Patient Therapy Fund We are raising funds to make the therapies at St. Luke’s accessible to all. Participants are encouraged to find as many sponsors as they can. A good target to aim for is between £50 and £100 per person but whatever can be raised will be very helpful.
across the common.
Sponsorship forms are available for download from here.
For further information contact: Karin Jarman

Tel: 01453 757436

email: indigo@phonecoop.coop

Handel Level 1 and Level 2 Combined Course

Handel Level 1 and Level 2 Combined Course

Do you or your child have dyslexia, ADHD, autism, anxiety, speech and language difficulties, dyspraxia, sensory processing issues, Tourettes, or learning difficulties?

Would you like to understand more about root causes of difficulties with sleep, memory, anxiety, behaviour, focussing, academics, or making and keeping friends, and activities and strategies that can help?

HANDLE Level 1 and 2 Combined will forever change your strategies in approaching learning, social and behavioural challenges. This lively and accessible course introduces and explores in depth the principles and foundations of the HANDLE approach, looking at the roots of a wide range of challenges and behaviours.

You will begin to be able to make sense of behaviours for yourself, and understand causes of learning difficulties, inefficiency or stress. You will learn ways to support learning, reduce stress, and enhance potential.

Eleven HANDLE activities are taught over the weekend that can be used and adapted for people of all ages and abilities. Find more information about the course content and book your place at:

www.brightonlearninghouse.com/courses

Location:

St Luke’s Therapy Centre, 53 Cainscross Rd, Stroud, GL5 4EX

Schedule:

6.30 pm – 9.30 pm    Friday 3rd June

9 am – 6 pm              Saturday 4th June

9 am – 4pm               Sunday 5th June

Instructor:

Sean Williams – Europe’s only Level 4 HANDLE Instructor, Assistant Regional Education Director for The HANDLE Institute® and HANDLE Practitioner since 2001.

Cost:

£275 (£500 for two) including lunch and course materials, or £250 (£470 for two) if booked before April 22nd 2016. Concessions available.

 

 

Group Art Therapy Sessions

Group Art Therapy

Karin Jarman offers small supportive ongoing group art therapy in a spacious studio

overlooking our lovely garden and stream. Each participant is

offered their own individual programme according to their needs

and wishes.

Tuesdays 11.00 – 12.30

Thursdays 9.30 – 11.00

Cost: £15 / session  (concessions possible by arrangement)

Book a free half hour interview to find out more

FFI Tel. 01453 757436

email: indigo@phonecoop.coop

Link to PDF poster – http://stlukestherapycentre.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016-Feb-poster-plain.pdf