The next Parent Education seminar will be held on Friday October 9th and will be presented by Dr Lakshmi Prasanna.
In May this year we were fortunate to have Dr Lakshmi give 2 talks, beginning with Anthroposophic Medicine and its Contribution to Today’s Child Health and Development. This time Dr Lakshmi will address the realm of Understanding Sleep from an Anthroposophic perspective and work with some common issues around sleep. This is a topic not often covered so take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the realm of sleep unique to this perspective, and feel more able to support a healthy sleep life, and the process of going into and coming from this realm, for your children and yourselves.
Please note that during her October Sydney visit Dr Lakshmi and a colleague will also present a workshop related to The Human Organs which will take place at Castlecrag MMG Hall on Sat Oct 10th 9am - 4pm and Sunday Oct 11th, 10am - 2.30pm. Further details will be sent out separately soon, and bookings will be essential. There will be a cost to participants for this workshop, which is open to teachers and other practitioners as well as parents.
Dr. Lakshmi Prasanna is a paediatrician (neonatologist) with 25 years’ experience. Before starting her private practice, she was the Head of the Department in Child Development Unit at Apollo hospitals, Chennai. She then founded Little Hearts Children's Hospital in Hyderabad, India in 1997. Dr.Lakshmi also founded the Saandeepani Centre for Healing and Curative Education in 2004 (in Hyderabad) for children with special needs and developmental delays. Dr.Lakshmi uses an integrated approach towards child development and treatment. Her approach includes consultation, teacher training workshops for schools, child development workshop for parents and family meetings. She has worked extensively in India, Nepal, Singapore and, more recently, in Australia, for the past three years. The primary focus of her work has been with Steiner schools in Australia as a school doctor. Dr.Lakshmi is the President of Anthroposophical Medical Society in India, and is very well regarded across multiple geographies for her integrated approach to health and well-being.When: Friday 9th October, 9.15am
Where: Marion Mahony Griffin Hall, Castlecrag Campus