Pauline Wickens

Bach Flower Registered Practitioner (BFRP)

Are you looking for ways to support yourself through perimenopause or menopause? In this workshop Pauline will introduce you to the philosophy of Dr Bach, the 38 remedies and their emotional states. You will learn how to choose remedies for common menopausal symptoms including mood swings, sleep disturbance, low mood/anxiety and problems with memory and concentration.

The Bach Flower Remedies were discovered by Dr Edward Bach in the 1930’s. These natural flower essences are gentle, safe, and simple to learn and use. They provide emotional support, gently restoring emotional balance and helping us cope during challenging stages of life such as menopause.

This is an opportunity to invest in your relationship with yourself – to identify the emotions you are experiencing – and to interact with other women experiencing the same life transition. You will learn how the remedies restore balance, harmony and well-being and how to choose the right remedies for you.

This event is primarily for women aged 40-55 who are experiencing symptoms of menopause or who want to learn how to support their emotional well-being during perimenopause or menopause.

Participants will have the opportunity to prepare their own bespoke mix of remedies to try out at home.

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Pauline Wickens started life as a city banker and her journey has led her into the world of spiritual health and wellbeing. She has diplomas in Crystal Healing as well as Practical Spirituality and Wellness and is a member of the Spiritual Companions Trust. She also holds the Federation of Subtle Energy Medicine Teacher Training Diploma and undertakes courses and workshops as well as one to one work with people looking to enhance their spiritual wellbeing and happiness. Pauline is an active member of the Bach Foundation offering one-to-one consultations as well as workshops on flower remedies.

In her spare time she enjoys visiting the theatre, reading and gardening and is never happier when able to walk in nature, especially enjoying the company of trees.

For this workshop, you will need to bring your own:

  • Refreshments

Unfortunately, we are unable to supply any of these for the foreseeable future.

Drop-ins can not be accommodated at this time so please book in advance.

Please note: The Isbourne operates a minimum number policy. This means that if our minimum number is not met 24 hours before the session is scheduled to run, then we reserve the right to cancel the session. If you have paid a set fee for the cancelled session, you will get a full refund. Donations are non-refundable. We, therefore, advise customers to secure their place as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment. The Isbourne’s minimum number policy is under the guidance of the tutor running the session. Thank you for your understanding.