Homeopathy, Holistic Health

“The natural healing force within each one of us is the Greatest Force in getting well”

(Hippocrates: (The Father of Medicine – 25 centuries ago))


There are many reasons why we get "sick". This can be physical (eg. toxicity which causes inflammation impacting the natural bodily function and processes) or it could be an emotional causation that has not been processed and is therefore "stuck" in our energy field/cellular memory. Plus many other factors such as:

Diet &/or malabsorption of nutrients (linked to the gut bacteria)

Toxicity in the body

Living life in the fast lane, too much stress generally.

Held emotional trauma. Challenging relationships.

Lack of proper relaxation, restorative habits

Lack of “feeding the soul”. Spending too much time “in our head”.

Loss of self – who am I?


Homeopathy is a complete system of medicine that treats mental, emotional and physical illness hence it is now one of the most widely used forms of medicine in the world today due to is efficacy and no side effects.

           CONSULTATIONS WITH ME:                                    

Our first session is designed to delve into root causes in order to find the route to restoring your natural homeostasis at which point all aspects (physical, mental and emotional) can rebalance, harmonise bringing you renewed vitality.

We go wherever we need to in our sessions, but only ever within your comfort zone so please feel free to bring anything into the discussion - often it is the thing that people casually throw in at the end, that is the missing piece of the puzzle!

For more information on Homeopathy & How it works click here.


What about if I am taking medication?

Homeopathic remedies are safe, non-toxic and non-addictive. They can be taken alongside drugs prescribed by your doctor and will not interfere with their beneficial action. As your condition improves, you may be able to safely reduce your conventional medication, thereby avoiding the unwanted side effects that sometimes accompany the long-term use of drugs.
NB: You should always consult with your GP before making changes to your prescribed medication.

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