Some of the UK members of the INEH at the 2010 Annual Conference in Cumbria
Brenda Johnston, a member of the original group, was then invited to speak about the work to other groups around the world. She then organised the work into a series of structured courses.
Arising from Brenda Johnston’s work, a further group was formed which formalised in 1982 and became a registered charity in 1994 under the name of the International Network of Esoteric Healing.
Esoteric Healing is now practiced and taught by members of the network in many parts of the world including Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, Italy, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States of America and Zimbabwe. Together, this group continues to develop the work and extended the courses.
This website relates particularly to the British group. Some of our colleagues have their own national websites, which are detailed under the Useful links.
The British group presently has around 120 members and gathers each year for an annual conference, as well as meeting in small groups, to share and extend the work. The group is co-ordinated by a committee of six who are always happy to accept new INEH members to join and contribute.