7pm for 7.30pm Fri 14 June at The Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre
Come along for an evening of fine dining and entertainment in aid of Neuromuscular Research for Children with Dyspraxia organised by Bowen Therapist and Homeopath Melanie Morgan-Jones. An interesting cultural programme includes violinists David Goldberg and Felicity Salter, classical harpist Jenny Broome, former Ambassador to Ethiopia Professor Myles Wickstead CBE talking about aid and international development, and a sumptuous two course, organic dinner from the Sheepdrove kitchen.
Melanie is working on a PhD looking at the benefits of Bowen Therapy for children with Dyspraxia. I asked Melanie about her work:
“I’m passionate about this because there aren’t enough recognised effective treatments for children with developmental co-ordination disorders at the moment. We have anecdotal evidence from over 15 years of work through the Bowen Children’s Clinic Groups with hundreds of children treated successfully and now we need to get it into the scientific domain.”
Melanie offers a general Bowen Therapy clinic at The Wellbeing Centre on Wednesday& Thursday mornings 9am – 1pm and a specialist Bowen Therapy Children’s Clinic on Wednesdays 1 – 2.30pm.
If you’d like to support this research, find out more about it or are able to come along to the Charity Dinner this friday (tickets still available), please contact Melanie on 01488 648741 or email her on email@example.com.