2226 St Johns St, Port Moody, BC, Canada
Lucy De Pieri’s interest in homeopathy started in June 1994, when she saw a homeopath for the first time. From then on Lucy was reading anything she could find regarding homeopathy. In 2003 she started formal homeopathic training at the Vancouver Homeopathic Academy where she graduated from the 4 year course in 2007. Lucy is also a CEASE (Complete Eradication Autism Spectrum Disorder Expression) therapist. Lucy has been a Board member of the BC Homeopathic Society (www.bcsh.ca) since 2005. She started as a student representative and is currently the editor of The Bulletin – the e-publication of the Society. In 2005 she introduced the Society’s Internet newsgroup as a fast way for members to communicate with each other. In 2006 to 2008 she was elected Secretary of the Board. Before homeopathy, Lucy De Pieri spent most of her working life doing research. She holds a PhD in Natural Sciences, a Master in Biological Computation and a BSc(Hons) in Applied Biology. Over the years Lucy did research for Agriculture Canada, cancer epidemiology and for major pharmaceutical companies as well as doing environmental research including the effects of heavy and trace metals in the environment and on human health. For a few years Lucy was a stay home mom, as she wanted to raise “responsible human beings”. Her kids were her best teachers and from them she learned the hardest lessons.
132 E14 Street 300 North Vancouver BC V7L 2N3 CA
Sara Namazi received her diploma in Homeopathy and Health Sciences with honors from Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine in 2010 www.ochm.ca She practiced at the student clinic under the supervision of experienced homeopaths from 2007-2010 and has had a private practice since 2010.Sara has attended many homeopathic seminars that were taught by renowned homeopaths from India and Europe. She continues to update her knowledge in this infinite journey to healthy existence. Sara also is a teaching member of Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. She currently resides in North Vancouver, BC and practices in Vancouver and North Vancouver. She has traveled to and worked at mobile clinics in remote villages of Kenya as volunteer homeopathic student with FIMAFRICA and under supervision of Dr. Ameet Aggrawal ND. learning about healing acute diseases such as malaria, influenza, liver issues, infant fevers, bronchitis and many other conditions that need to be healed acutely in the poorest conditions of living.
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Michelle Kotko completed her studies in homeopathy at the Vancouver Homeopathic Academy in Vancouver BC. Since then she has continued studying with international teachers such as Rajan Sankaran, Sunil Anand, and Will Taylor. She is an active member of Side by Side Homeopathy, an organization that is based in Vancouver\'s Downtown Eastside. This organization promotes the use of homeopathy for people struggling with addiction, and other serious health issues. Her current practice,includes the treatment of children and women throughout pregnancy and beyond. Homeopathy successfully treats a wide range of both chronic and acute conditions.
351 E 39th Ave, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Sonya was born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts degree. After giving birth to her second child, Sonya had allergies and fatigue so severe that she was no longer able to care for her young children properly. As a last resort, Sonya tried homeopathy, and was finally able to recover from her illness and live a normal life again. After experiencing the effectiveness of homeopathy first-hand, she then decided to pursue it as a career. Sonya earned a practitioner diploma in classical homeopathy after 4 years of study at the Vancouver of Homeopathic Academy. Currently, Sonya practices classical homeopathy in her award-winning private clinic, Little Mountain Homeopathy. Sonya is a registered member of the Canadian Society of Homeopaths and the Health Action Network. She has published numerous articles in various publications, including Natural News and the Georgia Straight. She was a guest on JoyTV’s “P3: People, Places, Perspectives.” For the use of homeopathic practitioners, Sonya has done a homeopathic proving of Procyon Lotor (Raccoon). The proving will be published in the next version of Dr. Frederik Schroyens’ Synthesis as well as the next version of RADAR. She is currently involved in leading a series of trituration provings of local substances which will eventually lead to the publication of her first book.
2644 Rhum & Eigg Drive, Squamish, BC, Canada
After 4 years of training at the Vancouver School of Homeopathy, Heather pursued a career in homeopathic medicine after witnessing it’s effectiveness with her own children and the variety of conditions it can cure. After completing studies at VHA she has established her practice in Squamish where she has lived for 16 years. Prior to homeopathy she was a dedicated teacher and artist. Heather is known for her caring and intuitive nature and love for children.
2980 Princess Crescent, Coquitlam, BC, Canada
I discovered homeopathy for the first time in 1996 when my Physics professor introduced this wonderful medicine as being the future of all healing methods. At that time I was studying for my bachelor degree in Microbiology and was still searching for my ideal profession - something that could satisfy my desire to help people and bring me opportunities to learn new ideas. My passion for learning took me in several different directions - I was a Microbiology lab technician, a registered tour guide, volunteer member of the rescue team in an environmental NGO and a teacher. Once I came to Canada in 2004, I continued searching for my ideal profession and in 2006 I met Murray Feldman the founder of Vancouver Homeopathic Academy during an informational session. I then knew that Homeopathy, this mysterious and effective medicine, is something to consider. After 5 years, I am now a graduate from the academy and blissfully satisfied with my choice. After witnessing some amazing improvements in my patients, I know in my heart that Homeopathy is indeed the future of all healing methods. Homeopathy taught me how to be completely nonjudgmental towards everyone and just have one purpose in mind that is to do my best to help cure suffering individuals.
Richmond, BC & Vancouver BC
Yael completed her Bachelors Degree in Health Sciences at McMaster University as well as her degree in Homeopathic Medicine from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. Her passion in healing others with a natural approach drew her to the field of Homeopathy. Her personal experience in the healing benefits of Homeopathy opened her eyes and mind to this specialized field. Yael has a broad scope of practice, but specializes in anxiety and depression as well as children with developmental delays and disabilities.