Here are a few things that are important to me
Being a homeopath
I am living my best life. I do the best job in the world.
I used homeopathy for the first time when I was a sick 10-year-old, who usually didn’t have the energy to get out of bed. It transformed my life, for the first time.
Homeopathy is a beautiful gift. It is a privilege to see how much of a difference it can make to people’s lives.
Becoming a mother
Having my son changed me in many ways.
It made me braver. Made me waste less time on things that don’t matter.
My son taught me what the word love means. And when he’s sick, I am so grateful that I have the tools to help him.
Loving the outdoors
I lived in a tent for 3 years in Botswana, so I need to get away from it all sometimes to make me feel alive, and to sleep well.
I love exploring the outdoors, on runs with my dog or camping trips with my family.
If it’s outside, away from the hustle and bustle, it works for me. This is where I reset and rebalance.
A scientist in my head, and an artist in my heart
With an Engineering degree, and a background in teaching Physics, detail is important to me.
Marry this with a love for creativity and expression, and you get Homeopathy.
It just works.
Homeopathy is an art and a science, and to me both are beautiful.
What really matters to me
How we engage with others, what we say and how we behave is the legacy we all create.
Keeping it simple helps.
I believe we can only live our most compassionate life when we are well.
Take care of ourselves, then we can take care of others and our planet.
Post Graduate Certificate in Education, teaching Physics with Maths, from Bath Spa University.
First Class Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, from the University of Southampton.