Luna Holistic Homestudy Courses: a flexible approach to spiritual therapies by Jessica Seletti

If you wish there were 48 hours in a day, all I can say is: welcome to the club! However, learning about your favourite spiritual subject and planning your studies around your busy schedule may be easier than you think.

Since 2005 Trish Kershaw, tarot reader and member of  BHMA British Medical Association, has been running “Luna Holistic Homestudy Courses”, offering open learning solutions for busy people, allowing them to earn holistic diplomas and certificates at their own pace: flexibility is the key. The course material is very well written, interesting and easy to follow, and personal tuition is offered to all students who need support.

All courses have been evaluated and accredited by the International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM) and also The American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). Trish reports that many of her students “are now fully employed in this field and are now not just working to live but enjoying their careers and living life to the full. When you are happy in what you do your life becomes more enriched and this is why this school was set up”.

You can find a comprehensive list of courses here.  If you are fascinated by holistic therapies and disciplines but don’t know where to start and would like to find out more, Trish has put together some fabulous free courses such as “How to read Auras”, “How to use the Law of Attraction” and many more that you can download from here.

Last but not least, let’s talk about money. Somehow this society has brainwashed and convinced us that the more we spend, the more we get, which for many schools is a great excuse to charge students silly amounts of money. Well, I am glad to announce that this is not the case! Don’t let the lower than average prices mislead you then: people like Trish are working to make this world a better place, and they take aim at your heart, not your wallet.

Remember: you are never too busy to make a difference.

Love,

Jess