Conductive Education Course Parkinson’s UK Romsey Branch

Conductive Education Holiday Course in France 18th –24th August & 12th-18th September 2016

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 I welcome you to an incredible journey- a journey in which results and emotional rewards go hand in hand.

Our guests will enjoy re energising Conductive Education classes and the beauty of the French Riviera.

The Conductive Education Programme takes place in the mornings and will prepare you to fully enjoy the rest of the day. You will be able to experience the difference in your wellbeing when you start your day as Professor Pető intended when designed the programmes specifically for individuals with Parkinson’s.




I am inviting you to participate and enjoy this programme, but most importantly, use it!

In order to attain the well being that you desire and deserve you must wave the philosophy and the practise you will learn during this retreat into the fabric of your everyday life.

France course


Return transfers from Nice Airport to St Paul-de- Vence

Six night pure luxury accommodation

All inclusive of meals and nonalcoholic drinks

Vitamins, nutritional supplements and essential oils used during the course

Five day conductive education morning group sessions

Four day biotherapy treatment

Full use of the facilities of the private villa

A ‘Transform your life’ t-shirt

Individualized conductive education service and 24-hour access to the course organiser/senior conductor on location for all your needs.

Please note that all meals are made using fresh, local ingredients with plenty of juicing and include a variety of  delicious raw dishes. No red meat and processed food will be available.

Family members or  friends are welcome to accompany you and share your room for an extra £50 per night charge all inclusive.



18th August – Arrival to Nice Airport (transfer to  the villa in St-Paul-de-Vence)

19th August – Conductive Education Session in the garden starts at 08.30AM

20h August – Conductive Education Session in the garden starts at 08.30AM; 4.00PM  Bio Therapy

21st August – Conductive Education Session in the garden starts at 08.30AM; 4.00PM  Bio Therapy

22nd August– Conductive Education Session in the garden starts at 08.30AM; 4.00PM  Bio Therapy

23rd August – Conductive Education Session in the garden starts at 08.30AM; 4.00PM  Bio Therapy

24th August – Departure (transfer to Nice Airport)

Visits to explore St Paul-de Vence is included.

Return journey with easyJet from Gatwick is around £150 and it is not included.

Individuals local to Southampton are welcome to share a taxi with us to Gatwick!

For pricing please contact us via this link:


“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain

The last two photos of our participants were taken on the last Conductive Education Holiday course in  St Paul-de Vence


Conductive Education and Parkinson’s

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Please find links below to the article Published in Parkinson’s UK magazine.

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Bhanu Ramaswamy physiotherapist contacted me last year to help her with the article she was going to write up for Parkinson’s UK magazine about Conductive Education.

I was very excited that Conductive Education will be featured in the magazine as many people found great benefit from attending the classess, but there are many who have never heard of Conductive Education.

Bhanu was approachable, knowledgeable and lighthearted. It was great to connect with her.

At that time I was working at Paces Sheffield setting up their adult services at their new initiative the  Personality Development Centre, hence the acknowledgment at the end of the article.

The article gives an inkling about Conductive Education, but has been heavily edited by the professional advisory team at Parkinson’s UK head office.

Still we are in and I am very pleased and proud!

We are also going to present about Conductive Education on the World Parkinson’s Day event in Bournemouth at Pavilion Dance South West on Sunday 17th April.

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Conductive Education Course Parkinson’s UK Romsey Branch

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Course Dates: 27th September 2012-28th March 2013

The classes are held at the Jubilee Hall, Timsbury .


For further information or if you would like to join the group please e-mail me at or complete the following contact form:

Conductive education is a specialised rehabilitation system, which was created and developed, by Dr András Pető a physician and pedagogue in the mid 1940′s in Budapest, Hungary.


By regular attendance conductive education can help with:

 Bradykinesia (slowness of movement)

 Dyskinesia (side effect of medication)




 Lack of facial expressions



The Pető System:

 Improves concentration

Improves strength and stamina.

Improves health and general well being.

Improves mobility, co-ordination, dexterity and fine manipulation.

Improves breathing, speech and communication skills.

Increases motivational levels.

Increases self-esteem and boosts confidence.

Provides natural pain relief for muscle spasms and joint pains.

Contributes to significantly reducing stiffness by maintaining and improving range of movements.

Increases independence.

Delays the need for hospitalisation/nursing care.

Provides training and guidance for family members and carers.

Provides a comprehensive support system for the whole family.


Photos are taken by Amanda Elliott and Judit Szathmáry  conductors during the conductive education programmes.