Homeopathy is my vocation and my passion.
I graduated from The Finnish Institute of Homeopathy 23 years ago and I have never looked back. From an early age, I wanted to understand what is the connection between the mind and our body getting sick.
For example, if stress can cause a stomach ulcer, there is very little point in taking anti acid-medication if the stress itself isn’t healed.
I studied homeopathy for three years in Finland, which is my native country, and later on moved to London for another two years of postgraduate studies.
I lived in the UK for almost ten years, and have lived in Israel and Tanzania, East-Africa since then.
Perhaps the biggest influence on my homeopathy and life has been living in Tanzania, where my husband Jeremy and I founded ‘Homeopathy for Health in Africa’ – an NGO designed to treat HIV/AIDS with homeopathy. This experience has been life-changing in more ways than one and I’m very proud of our achievements.
You can read more on www.homeopathyforhealthinafrica.org
In 2016 I was awarded Fellowship from the Society of Homeopaths in the UK (FSHom) for my work in Africa.
Apart from homeopathy, I enjoy photography, making pottery and skiing. I’m married to Jeremy and we have three children together.