The Solihull Natural Health Group

Welcome to the official website of the SNHG. It it is hoped that those who use the site will find it very informative and simple to use. 

It was an interesting experience designing the site. Our moving images sparked off some lively discussion and debate, particularly in connection with the vivid colouring of  "If we all did the things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves".   Some loved it, some disliked it and some were neutral. What it did do was make people think, discuss and listen to the opinion of others. As that is what the Group is about the decision was taken to leave it in. This all took place without knowing what the picture was! To some it looked like a fabric, to others artwork, others just not sure. It is actually a picture of Antelope Canyon in the U.S.A. - an image which encapsulates the wonder of nature.

For the past 39 years the Group has been meeting, usually on the third Tuesday of every month, to increase awareness in the holistic approach to living.

Over the years the SNHG have been fortunate to attract a range of high profile speakers, both national and international. They have also been able to draw on the expertise within the Group itself, with a number of them giving talks. The talks are varied and they have always tried to have a good spread of topics throughout each year.

Many of the talks have resulted in workshops, some small, some large, but all excellent value for money.

In recent years the Group has seen an increase in the amount of people looking for new tools or ideas with which to live happier and more healthy lives and they have been actively looking to attract new members. New members bring fresh ideas and energy to the group.     

It is hoped that with this new website the membership will increase.   

It has been a policy of the Group to keep prices as affordable as possible. The SNHG is a non-profit making organisation and intends to remain so.

Whilst meetings are held in Solihull, they have members who travel from further afield to the talks and workshops.  If this sounds like the type of organisation you would like to belong to, why not speak to some of your friends and colleagues and perhaps car share, keeping your costs down, and giving you some travel time to chat.

Meetings, unless otherwise stated are held at The Oliver Bird Hall, Church Hill Road, Solihull B91 3RQ usually on the third Tuesday of the month.  Talks start at 7.45 pm (doors open at 7 pm and refreshments are served until the talk starts) and the cost is currently £5 for members and £8 for non-members. Click the following link for directions to Oliver Bird Hall

Meditation evenings are  held on the first Tuesday of every month and whilst in the past we discontinued them in July and August Paul has now agreed to let them run throughout the year.  These evenings are held Paul's home and we suggest that if you are interested in attending any of the meditation evenings please telephone Paul  on 0121 704 3735 to let himknow you wish to attend. The evenings will commence at 7.30 pm and the cost is £3 for members and £5 for non-members.    

Membership of the Solihull Natural Health Group from January 2020 is £12 p.a. per person or £18 p.a. per couple, with the year running from January to end December.

Sharing information is what the Group is about, so if you are interested  in learning more - please contact us.

If you would like to become a member join today

 

Forthcoming Events

The Children's Fire

27 November 2019

 

Tuesday 18th February 2020

Guest Speaker: Mac Macartney, Author, Activist and  International Speaker

Many hundreds of years ago the story and teaching of The Children’s Fire  emerged from the indigenous people of North America as a message to all those who flirt with power.  The Children's Fire was a small fire that burnt in the centre of the council of chiefs reminding them of the first law, the first promise: 

'No law, no decision, no action of any kind, will be permitted to go out from this council of chiefs that will harm the children'.

In this talk Mac Macartney shares how he came to pledge allegiance to the Children’s Fire and accept the challenge of his indigenous mentors to unfold the story of who we once were as a people, in these islands.  Mac speaks of hope, belonging, and homecoming.

Venue: Oliver Bird Hall, Church Hill Road, Solihull, B91 3RQ

Time:   Doors open 7pm with refreshments served until talk commences at 7.45pm

Cost: £5 Members/£8 Visitors


Connecting with Angels

17 November 2019

 

Tuesday 17th March 2020

Guest Speaker: Richard Keogh, Angelman, Musician and Artist

Let Richard Keogh guide you through an evening of information, meditation, music  and humour concerning all things Angelic.

Share his insights and experience of the Angelic realm and how it can help in everyday life. You may wish to bring pen and paper as there will be a lot of interesting information and even a prayer of protection you might like to note.

Live music creates a vibration that makes it easier to connect with inner and higher realms, so enjoy the sounds of Richard’s acoustic guitar along with a song or two, as he guides you to reach the secret chamber of the heart in a guided meditation.

Venue: Oliver Bird Hall, Church Hill Road, Solihull, B91 3RQ

Time:   Doors open 7pm with refreshments served until talk commences at 7.45pm

Cost: £5 Members/£8 Visitors


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