Apitherapy Symposium The Netherlands

On January 25, 2020 we will organise the second edition of the Apitherapy Symposium The Netherlands.
This day is suitable for both beekeepers and naturopathic therapists, doctors, nurses and other interested persons in apitherapy. Of course during the day there is possibility of exchanging information and networking. This the Apitherapy Symposium takes place in Horst aan de Maas.

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Program 2020

You can find the program below. The program is subject to change. The program can be adjusted for organizational reasons. We ask for your understanding.

10.00-10.15 a.m. Opening of the symposium, by: Cyriel Lendfers


Everyone is welcome to register from 9.30 a.m. At this moment it is possible to reserve your ticket via this website. You will receive an e-mail with the confirmation and payment details. We only have limited space, so reserve your ticket quickly. We cannot promise that we still have tickets left at the door.
Cyriel LendfersAround 10.00 am Cyriel Lendfers will open the symposium with a short introduction about the purpose of the symposium and the program of the day. Cyriel works as a green teacher at Citaverde College and is also a beekeeper and beekeeper teacher. In 2017, Cyriel started offering bee air sessions to promote other people’s well-being.

10.15-11.15 a.m. Wound treatment with honey, by: Dr. med. Matthias Holeitner


Wound treatment with honey, by: Dr. med. Matthias Holeitner

honing bij wondenDr. med. Matthias Holeitner is a general doctor in Switzerland. His specializations are traumatology, minor surgery and apitherapy. It is therefore not surprising that Matthias works a lot with honey on all sorts of wounds and abscesses. During his lecture he will take us through his experiences and results. In addition to general practitioner, Matthias is president of the Swiss apitherapy association.

11.15-11.30 a.m. Break with coffee and tea

11.30-13.00 p.m. Examples of the use of apitherapy in The Netherlands,
moderator: Ruby van den Heuvel MSc

  • Treatment of Lyme disease, by: Anne Mulder
  • Apitherapy in natural healthcare, Lecture will be announced shortly


Treatment of Lyme disease, door: Anne Mulder

More and more people are affected by Lyme disease (including the so-called co-infections). The impact of these infections on human live can be huge. It is a complex syndrome, and once the disease has become chronic, getting adequate treatment is very difficult. People lose their health, relationships, work, income, family, home, and sometimes this even leads to their (self-elected) death. A protocol with bee venom developed in America gives people their lives back in an affordable way. Anne Mulder (herself a patient) talks about this during her presentation.

Apitherapy in natural healthcare

13.00-14.00 p.m. Lunch (included in the admission price)


14.00-14.45 p.m. Workshop round 1

  • Apitherapy, healthy with bees, by: Kim Vaessen-Joosten
  • Influence of gestation area on bee products, by: Cyriel Lendfers
  • Bee venom according to the Japanese Hoshindo tradition, by: Joffrey Deleplanque


Apitherapy, healthy with bees, by: Kim Vaessen-Joosten

apitherapeut Kim vaessenThis workshop concerns an introduction to apitherapy and the possibilities with it. The following questions will be discussed: what does apitherapy mean?, what can you do with it ?, who can apply it ?, where do the products come from? The workshop will be given by Kim Vaessen. Kim works as an energetic therapist and is a beekeeper at BreeBees. She is also a member of the Bijkersgilde and teaches at Kenniscentrum Apitherapie Bee Healthy. She believes that high-quality products are very important for apitherapy and is committed to this in various areas.

Influence of gestation area on bee products, by: Cyriel Lendfers

Bee venom according to the Japanese Hoshindo tradition, by: Joffrey Deleplanque

bijengif microsteken Hoshindo
Joffrey Deleplanque is from Belgium (Wallonia) and works here as a naturopathic therapist in his own practice called Beefrequency . He works with bee venom according to the Japanese Hoshindo tradition. In Hoshindo micro stings are used at acupuncture points. The vision less is more is here quite important. In this workshop Joffrey will give an introduction to the Hoshindo and the use of bee venom according to this tradition.

Note: Workshops run in parallel.

14.45-15.00 p.m. Break with coffee and tea


15.00-15.45 p.m. Workshop round 2

  • Apitherapy in the home pharmacy, by: Janine Roos
  • Find the way to the general public, by: Cyriel Lendfers
  • Practical demonstration microstinging according to Hoshindo, by: Joffrey Deleplanque


Apitherapy in the home pharmacy, by: Janine Roos

Find the way to the general public, by: Cyriel Lendfers

Practical demonstration microstinging according to Hoshindo, by: Joffrey Deleplanque

bijengif microsteken Hoshindo Joffrey Deleplanque is from Belgium (Wallonia) and works here as a naturopathic therapist in his own practice called Beefrequency . He works with bee venom according to the Japanese Hoshindo tradition. In Hoshindo micro stings are used at acupuncture points. The vision less is more is here quite important.In this workshop, Joffrey will give a demonstration of a treatment with microstitches according to the Hoshindo. Attending this workshop is only possible in combination with the Bee venom workshop according to the Japanese Hoshindo tradition from workshop round 1.

Note: Workshops run in parallel.

15.45-16.00 p.m. Closure of the symposium, door: Ruby van den Heuvel MSc


16.00-17.00 p.m. Meet and greet/ change to network


Do you want to know more about one of the topics of the symposium or about apitherapy in general? Address one of our organizers or speakers during the meet and greet.


For more information about the program and speakers, press the different headings.

Date

january 25, 2020

Adress

Industrieterrein Hoogveld Oost
Expeditiestraat 9
5961 PX Horst
NB: Location is unfortunately not accessible for wheelchair users.

Price

89 euro
Early Bee Action! You only pay 79 euros until the end of December 2019.

Main language

The main language during this symposium is dutch and english.

Sign up

It will be an interesting day with speakers from The Netherlands and abroad. We look forward to your visit! However, our places are limited. A total of 90 people can participate in this day. So sign up quickly.

You can sing up at the webshop of BreeBees.

Future

The intention is that the Apitherapy Symposium The Nederlands will become an annual and growing event, in which people interested in apitherapy can exchange information and meet each other. The aim of this event is also to bring natural medicine therapists and beekeepers together to get to know each other’s wishes regarding product quality and the possibilities of beekeepers.

Made possible by

The Apitherapy Symposium The Netherlands is made possible by:

  • Kenniscntrum Apitherapie Bee Healthy
  • Bee Inspired
  • Herbiatic: Haal meer uit de natuur!
  • Bijenluchttherapie
  • Lieve roos en grote boom
  • Beefrequency

Do you also want to support us? Please e-mail us.

Disclaimer

Opinions, statements and ideas of speakers and sponsors expressed during the symposium are from the person, company or organization concerned and do not necessarily represent those from Kenniscentrum Apitherapie Bee Healthy or one of the other organizers of this event.

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