The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Has Homeopathy Survived in spite of Conitnuous Opposition with Dr. Pamela Herring
This class will take us through the history of homeopathy and its famous advocates, from Charles Darwin to Tina Turner. Despite the attempts to extinguish its stellar reputation, homeopathy is alive and well today. Why is that? How does it work? Why would someone choose homeopathy over conventional medicine today?
This is a free Co-op Wellness Class hosted in conjunction with Concord City Council.
Council Chambers is a few blocks from the Co-op near Statehouse Plaza and the Library (between the Police Department and City Hall – the building is attached to the Police Department with a separate entrance, set back a little bit). From I-93 N, take Exit 14 (State Offices Exit). Take a left off the exit and follow through six sets of lights. After you cross through Main Street (Holiday Inn and TD BankNorth at intersection), take a left onto Green Street.
Parking: On-street parking is available and free after 5 pm. The adjacent School and Capitol Streets generally have spaces available. Parking garages are located nearby on North State Street (near the YMCA) and just beyond that (headed towards downtown) on School Street/Warren Street. Click here for a map to the nearest parking garages. All parking is free after 5 pm.