A clinic combining millennial traditions of holistic health and modern procedures
Welcome to Fairway Garden Clinic – the first Bulgarian holistic clinic in the heart of London, UK
I am Valentina Georgieva
Certified homeopath with over 10,000 clients from around the world, practicing in London at Fairway Garden Clinic. Apart from the gentle science of homeopathy, I am a Reiki master and successfully apply energy treatments. My great passion is also meditation, combined with visualization for therapy and treatment of subconscious traumas and diseases.
Since 2019 I have been a mentor and instructor in transformation at the renowned Academy “The World in Us – Discoverers”. There, on the basis of a monthly subscription, I lead trainings, meditations, therapies and develop the personality of the clients in a modern and efficient way.
Since September 2020 I have been a lecturer at CHE Bulgaria University, part of the world leader in homeopathic education CHE London. We train Bulgarians from all over the world to acquire knowledge, skills and a certificate for homeopaths.
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Interesting facts about holistic treatment
Homeopathy is more than 200 years old
The founder of science is considered to be Samuel Hahnemann, who introduced the principle of “Like heals like”, although science has much older roots. Homeopathy stimulates its own defense mechanism, not suppressing symptoms, but treating the cause of the disease. Therefore, the results are lasting and gentle on the body.
Reiki is a form of energy therapy
Reiki is a Japanese traditional way of healing whose roots are more than 100 years old. Using the 7 centers of the body (chakras) for therapeutic purposes, thousands of years ago, a number of Reiki principles were successfully applied in ancient India.
All these ancient cultures used energy as a form of stimulating internal processes and healing.
Meditation increases a person’s life
Guided meditation is an effective remedy for pain due to its calming effect on the brain. According to a study by Wake Forest University, meditation has the power to reduce the intensity of pain by 40% and thus defeats the action of morphine (it reduces pain by 25%). The University of Montreal found that people who practice meditation have a higher pain threshold and live a more balanced life.
Personal development never goes out of style
There is a growing awareness of the need to be more aware and cosmopolitan. The five aspects of personal development cover the idea of a conscious and fulfilling life – physical, emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual transformation and therapy.
None of these points should be ignored.
2 Callingwood Hall, West Wing, Collingwood Lane, Tatenhill DE13 9SH
+44 7538 416525
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