October 26-28: 3rd British Natural Eyesight Conference. Reserve your space now!

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If you or a loved one suffers from Low Vision or Eye Disease and have possibly been told by the doctors that there is nothing that can be done to improve the vision, you should come to this conference near London.

Renowned speakers from all over the world will talk about natural methods of eyesight improvement for low vision or eye diseases. There are also several workshops that will demonstrate a variety of techniques, based on the Bates Method. It’s never too late to improve your eyesight, however poor it might be. Any leftover vision can be improved! Learn how to see better and feel better at this conference. Get inspired to change your habits and show your ophthalmologist that he was wrong when he told you you’ll be blind in a few years!

For more details and to book your ticket, visit http://www.bnec.org.uk/

The conference will take place at the Felden Lodge, situated in a beautiful large park in Hemel Hempstead, about 30 mins west of London:

Felden Lodge in Hemel Hempstead, home of the conference
The Conference will be held at Felden Lodge in Hemel Hempstead, 30 minutes west of London.
FeldenBench
A restful place across the entrance to Felden Lodge in Hemel Hempstead.
FeldenPark
Felden Lodge has a very large park with old beautiful trees, perfect to give eyes and mind a break during the conference.
FeldenTrees
Nature is beautiful and bountiful at Felden Lodge. How many shades of green can you count?

Here are some images from the last conference which was focused on Children’s Vision:

Meir Schneider helping an attendee with his balance, key to good vision
Meir Schneider helping an attendee with his balance, key to good vision
Sylvia Lakeland teaching attendees peripheral vision
Sylvia Lakeland teaching attendees peripheral vision
Palming is easy when you have shoulders to lean on, get on the palming train!
Palming is easy when you have shoulders to lean on, get on the palming train!
Panel talk at the end of the 2010 conference
Panel talk at the end of the 2010 conference

© All Photography by Claudia Muehlenweg