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My name is Sylvia, I am a fully qualified Homeopath, working with the Asyra Pro Bioenergetic Health Screening. this is a totally non invasive test, which allows a full comprehensive screening. this will include Food Intolerance testing, environmental sensitivity, emotional stressors and much more. I am also a qualified CEASE therapist, this works with detoxification to alleviate the symptoms of Autism, ADHD and chronic modern disease. This is the work of the late Tinus Smits. I am also a Gaps practitioner (gut and psychology syndrome.) this therapy used food as medicine. this book presents the case for investigating the nutritional aspects, how the gut works and how poor gut function seriously impacts physical health and brain function, for all children with learning and behaviour difficulties. this is the work of Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, MMedSci (neurology), MMedSci (nutrition) I also work with Flower Essences, i find these to be a great healing tool, subtle and gentle, yet amazingly effective. I work in Surrey and London, I am happy to do home visits and also work from my home and clinic in Banstead, Surrey. For more details please visit my website.

199 London Road, epsom surrey
Epsom
Surrey
KT17 2BT
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