Thursday Oct 26, 2023

Throwback Thursday Ep 25: Two-toed sloths & Tarantulas - Luke Norland

Luke Norland is an innovative UK homeopath and international teacher who is totally immersed in the Homeopathic way of life – growing up with The School of Homeopathy, founded by father Misha in 1981. He is the author of Animalia - a book that illuminates the Homeopathic themes of 6 animal families through the prism of mythology, mappa mundi, provings, cases and repertory - and the Thematic Repertory – featuring 92 themes to represent complex mental/emotional states – helping to simplify the analysis process of cases with a psychological focus. He has also edited several provings including Choleopus didactylus (Two-toed sloth).

Having first studied classical music in London, his career path eventually brought him back to his roots in the healing arts. He is particularly interested in the active-listening role of the homeopath, providing a space for people to tell their truth and explore themselves free from any prejudice.

Since completing his diploma in holistic massage in 2010, Luke went on to train in sports & thai massage and has been treating patients for a wide variety of health conditions for over 10 years.

Luke has played the French Horn since the age of 10 and see music as having many parallels with the healing arts: most notably the sensitivity and awareness to ‘tune in’, the ability to learn and perfect techniques, recognise patterns and to maintain professional performance standards. His experience working as a Chef has given him an enthusiasm for understanding nutrition and the importance of digestion in maintaining health whilst his work as a massage therapist gives him an excellent grounding in all kinds of musculoskeletal complaints..

Purchase his books at: Saltirebooks.com

Find out more about Luke at: LukeNorland.co.uk

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