Arunjot Mushiana, Homeopathy
27 Gilmore Close
Lotus Wellbeing Centre
5 Wellesley Avenue
Homeopathy is a safe, gentle and effective complementary health approach used to support a wide variety of long term and chronic ailments, as well as being an effective prevention therapy and a support for deeper spiritual and transformational work. It is a holistic medicine, so is tailor-made for the individual and involves supporting wellbeing on all levels including mental, emotional and physical. Homeopathic remedies work without toxic side effects, in harmony with the body’s own healing powers. It is therefore safe enough to use even for pregnant women and very young children.
I approach my practice with the understanding that symptoms are an external expression of what really needs to be healed at a much deeper level.
None of us experiences life as only a physical body; we experience it by engaging our emotions and our brain. We experience our health in this way too, Pain brings sensations and emotion, and our brain stores memories of pain. So, when we look at treatment, we need to understand symptoms of illness in whatever pattern of expression we find them, across our whole being.
Symptoms are signs and helpful messages that we can listen to and learn from.
People come to see me because they are seeking a safe and non-toxic approach to their wellbeing or alongside the use of conventional medicine.
Training, qualifications & experience
Arunjot qualified from The London College of Homeopathy in 1995 and has since worked and furthered her studies in various health clinics around the world. She has a background in mental health services development and Women's Health. She is also a certified CEASE Therapist, Re-birthing breath worker and meditation teacher and is a registered and fully insured member of The Society of Homeopaths.
Recently, she is working more closely with end of life care and midwifery.
Other available therapies
Information on request. Low cost children's clinic available.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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