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The naturopathy department of the Hattinger Klinik Blankenstein offers a traditional “naturopathy in the afternoon” offer in 2014. The focus is on the work of important pioneers of naturopathy, which extends into the present day.
In addition to the intellectual food, the clinic also offers a small but fine naturopathic snack. Registration is not required, admission to all events is free. The location of the events on Wednesdays is the roof level of the Blankenstein Clinic (Im Vogelsang 5-11, 45527 Hattingen). Further information is available by phone 02324 / 396-487 (Karin Schenke). The events at a glance:
January 8, 2014 (4 p.m. - 5 p.m.): Sebastian Kneipp and his time - Kneipp treatments With the story of Sebastian Kneipp (1821-1897), the namesake of Kneipp medicine and the Kneipp cure, water treatments (hydrotherapy) become traditional the current classic naturopathic treatment in the Blankenstein Clinic. Practice-oriented wraps and pads for self-experience are presented. Speakers: Valentina Knaup and Alexandra Grotthaus.
March 19, 2014 (4 pm-5pm): Avicenna and its time - essential oils The fragrances of Arabia have also been known in Europe since the 12th century. This included therapy with essential oils by the great Avicenna (980 - 1037). You will learn about the history and the extraction of essential oils. Participants can take smell samples and learn practical applications with essential oils. Speaker: Annette Thiel, Svenja von Eynern.
May 14, 2014 (4 p.m. - 5 p.m.): Nature shapes our medicine. Animate and inanimate nature refer to what was not created by man. Man wins his dignity. Dark powers have no definitive power. From the healing Jesus Christ to Sebastian Kneipp and Hildegard von Bingen and we today are concerned with the need for meaning and spirituality. Speaker: Dr. Martin Patzek
July 2, 2014 (4 - 5 p.m.): Hildegard von Bingen u. their time - medicinal plants once and now In her diverse work as a Benedictine, mystic, politician and musician, around 1150 Hildegard von Bingen summarized her medical knowledge and conveyed it to posterity. Her treatises on plants and diseases summarize the western understanding of medicine of monastery medicine and folk medicine. The importance of Hildegard von Bingen is shown by the fact that the Pope recently raised her to one of the three church teachers after her canonization. Speakers: Ingrid Steinbach and Claudia Berg.
September 17, 2014 (4-5 p.m.): Aschner u. his time - leeches and cupping The doctor and medical historian Bernhard Aschner (1883-1960) described pioneering therapies with elaborate procedures in his books on constitutional therapy. These historically proven procedures, as described by Aschner in Vienna at the time, are still successfully used therapeutically in the naturopathy department of the Blankenstein Clinic. These include, for example, leech therapy and cupping therapy. Speakers: Christof Fritz and Petra Schuss.
November 19, 2014 (4 pm-5pm): Hoffmann and his time: Treatment of childhood illnesses “Friedrich now has to go to bed, suffered a lot of pain on his leg; And the doctor sits there and gives him bitter medicine. ”This quote from Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann (1809-1894) from Struwelpeter shows the medical side of treating children. Of course, Friedrich also needs to be taken care of. How wide the spectrum of naturopathic care is in pediatrics is shown here by pediatric nurses who are recognized in the field of naturopathy. Interesting tips for everyone who cares for sick children. Speakers: Margarete Keil and Andrea Stahl. (pm)