Category: Student Work

Written by: Bonny Casel | Posted on: | Category:

Following are some beautiful examples of student work during lockdown. These 'visual' examples are a tiny taster of the steady flow of assignments that students submitted, and of course most of their assignments were written, so in the coming weeks I will be sharing some of their essays on the school blog.

Self care was very much at the forefront of people's minds as we all found ourselves at home, in varying circumstances. That so many ...

Written by: Becky Gilman | Posted on: | Category:

Natural Physician student, Becky Gilman, wrote this inspirational call to embrace the beauty of eating a healthy diet. Enjoy!

I’m beginning to understand that healing the body and eating healthily isn’t just something you do that becomes a new habit, it’s dynamic. It’s a lifelong passion, requiring constant thought and commitment and most of all... love!

You have to love it, and that isn’t something that you either have or you don't. ...

Written by: Amber McDonald | Posted on: | Category:

The Cultural Development of Herbal Healing within Romany Culture

As herbalists, especially those who practice Western herbalism, the Roma have a particular responsibility to honour cultures that have preserved herbal knowledge through the centuries and that they now use today. In Romani practice and devotional work with plant kindred, they have remarked how we become more like the plants they work with and the plants become more like ...

Written by: Elena Ageyeva | Posted on: | Category:

One of the well-known figures in the scientific world who had an experience with homeopathic treatment was Charles Darwin. What makes it interesting is that he did not believe in his treatment and was convinced that it was useless, which serves as an example of how the treatment works in people who have no faith in it, i.e. removing the possibility of the placebo effect.

Charles Darwin's illness is mentioned in virtually all versions of ...


Bonny Casel ND, MAMH, MBSLM, FBRI is the founder and director of School of Natural Medicine UK and course creator of Lifestyle Medicine for Self Care. She is also a training provider for NHS hospital staff, guest lecturer, and speaks internationally with a focus on holistic pro-health care.

Bonny began her teaching career in 1988 and has studied with many of the leading pioneers of natural medicine of the last century, including Dr. Bernard Jensen, Dr. John Christopher, Dr. Farida Sharan, Dorothy Hall, and Denny Johnson, as well as scientists Bruce Lipton and Nassim Haramein. She has authored several accredited courses, including the comprehensive Healing Diets Nutritional Consultant and Quantum Botanicals Advanced. 

Dedicated to educating, empowering and inspiring people to achieve independent health and quality of life, Bonny is also committed to lifelong continuing education, experiential self- care and to contribute what she can to make the world a better place. Please visit to find out more.

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