Clare Wassermann LCPH, MARH, B.Ed(Hons) is a Registered Homeopath working in Wolverhampton, West Midlands. She is also a qualified Yoga Meditation Teacher.
The homeopathic clinics she has are on the contacts page.
On this site you can:
Find out about homeopathy and its roots.
Find out what a consultation involves.
Find out more about meditation lessons with Clare – these can be experienced at a distance using Zoom and in person classes will resume as soon as we can.
Meditation sessions can be one to one or in a group on and offline.
Book a consultation with the homeopath Clare Wassermann LCPH, MARH.
As this is a particularly busy period please would you email me rather than use the phone – it is difficult to answer your call and give you the right attention. Emails will be responded to as soon as possible – two days maximum as a rule.
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What is homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a very safe form of medicine which treats THE WHOLE INDIVIDUAL.
It is equally concerned with maintaining good health and aiding recovery from ill-health.
Since its development 200 years ago by Samuel Hahnemann, it has benefited millions of
people all over the world.
The word “Homeopathy” (also spelt “homoeopathy”) comes from the Greek:
Homoeo = like
Pathos = suffering
A homeopathic remedy is one which produces the same symptoms as those the sick person
does and when prescribed provokes the body into throwing them off.
Homeopathy is a NATUROPATHIC form of medicine – it assists nature using the body’s own
healing potential – rather than overriding it.
Everyone is different and the way we experience illnesses are different.
A homoeopath looks at the way
YOU experience YOUR symptoms
Homeopathy is practiced around the world, with an estimated 500 million
individuals receiving homeopathic treatment.
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2 thoughts on “Clare Wassermann – HOMEOPATH and Meditation TEACHER”
I have suffered from chronic fatigue for many years now and battled with diet and supplements. I am working on clearing my body of toxins at the moment . I wondered if you could help me.
Hello Elizabeth – thank you for your message. I am a bit late in seeing it as a comment here for some reason. Would you like to drop me an email – it’s on the contact page. Thank you!