About me

I have been practising homeopathy for over 4 years with over 10 years experience in pharmacy as a trained pharmacy technician.

During my years working as a pharmacy technician I travelled to India and had the opportunity to work in a hospital that combined alternative treatments like Homeopathy, Herbal and Ayurvedic medicine with conventional treatment. Amazed by the positive results the trip inspired me to set up a practice that combines all types of treatment.

Training, qualifications & experience

NVQ Level 3 Pharmacy Technician
BSc Homeopathy LCHE
Flower essence
Child development and play therapy.
Indian Head massage therapist.

Ainsworths Pharmacy, Help-line and in pharmacy -is involves working on the help-line dealing with acute prescribing and working in the pharmacy preparing remedies and flower essence.

The Organic Pharmacy - Lead homeopath - I acquired extensive learning of herbal tinctures and creams, new homoeopathic acute combinations and organ support. I gained a greater awareness of the toxins we are exposed to on a daily bases and ways to maintain optimum health inside and outside.

Therapies offered


Adult £65 for 90 minutes – 1st appointment
£45 for 45 minutes – follow up

Child £45 for 60 minutes – 1st appointment
£30 for 30 minutes – follow up

Rates are negotiable for people on low income.

Would you like to know more if so, then you will be happy to know that I offer a FREE 15-minute telephone consultation. This gives us the time to discuss any questions or concerns you might have and for me to explain more about homeopathy and how it works.

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.

Walthamstow Osteopathy & Natural Health Centre
72 St. Mary Road
E17 9RE

Key details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages Hindi/Punjabi
Wheelchair user access

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Type of session

In person
Home visits


Alpana Sharma

Alpana Sharma