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During a time when so many are working a meaningless job just to pay the bills, headed down the wrong career path, or simply not getting enough out of life, one cannot be oblivious of the silent cry for help from thousands of people in the community, slowly dying in a life they hate.

Sydney, Australia – Nov. 17th 2014, To bring our community together and help them get aligned with how they truly want to live their life, we are announcing our first Inspiration Day held at our newest city campus in Surry Hills, on the 11th of December. We recently caught up with Ondrej Bursik, the co-founder of the Complementary School of Medicine, while visiting the new Surry Hills campus, and that’s how he candidly described the newly found mission of his Sydney-based accredited college. Led by an experienced team of alternative health practitioners, and offering cutting edge expert vocational instruction in the fast growing fields of Transpersonal Art Therapy, Mind Body Medicine, Transpersonal Counseling and Kinesiology, the respected college is a place for people who want to make a difference in the world and learn the medicine of the future: medicine that promotes self-empowerment, self-responsibility and self-realization.

“It’s never been a better time to turn your life around if you are at a crossroads”, added Bursik, “So, whether you’re 20, 40 or 70 years old, a stay at home mum, stuck in an office cubicle, homeless or on welfare, you can make an instant decision to move forward with purpose and enjoy a better, healthier, more rewarding life.”

Ondrej Bursik went on to explain that in a time when the Natural Therapies Industry is one of the fastest growing industries in many world economies, Inspiration Day could be the answer to all those who always wanted to follow what they loved, but never took the chance to do so.

“For those who might not know, Australian people actually spend more on complementary medicine than they do on Western medicine”, said Bursik. “One can clearly see why choosing a career path in Alternative Medicine would be so rewarding, both personally and financially”.

As a successful health practitioner himself, Bursik is convinced that this is a fact hard to ignore and that an assisted inward journey of exploration could be the catalyst for everyone attending Inspiration Day to take steps toward turning their lives around, regardless of current circumstances. All of this in only one day and without paying a penny.

Ondrej Bursik concluded, “Every day is a new day. Every day we are faced with new opportunities to grow, to learn and to help others.” He went on to say, “As a natural therapies college, we embrace our extended family and we will do everything in our power to bring our community together and help them find health, wellness and joy”

We believe that this Inspiration Day is one of the first steps to this amazing process and can’t wait to see how they choose to embrace their own healing powers and their process of becoming centered, healthy and successful!’

There has been a lot of buzz about what they will cover at this very first Inspiration Day, and we can confirm that this year they will talk about learning how to find ones’ sense of place in the world, why going back to school to study alternative medicine may be the best decision for their life, and most importantly, meet with respected teachers & practitioners in the Natural Therapies field who will share why this career is so rewarding for them.

This year’s Inspirational Day quote is “Follow your heart, heal your life and move forward with purpose!” With a quote like that, you can probably only expect big things to come from Inspiration Day at the College of Complimentary Medicine.

To learn more about the topics that are going to be covered at Inspiration Day, visit the College of Complimentary Medicine’s website at: www.complementary.com.au

Media Contact:

College of Complementary Medicine
Attn: Media Relations / Ms. Lucie Bursik
Surry Hills Campus (124-136 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills, 2010, NSW Australia)
(02) 9482-3603