Remedies for Health in Rye


On Friday afternoons at the St. Mary’s centre there is a drop-in clinic run by a caring team of three women working together with the intention to promote natural holistic healing. Three of the four founder member of Remedies for Health are homeopaths, and their aim is to help patients discover this gentle effective medicine which assists the body’s ability to heal itself. There will be also visiting therapists in other areas of complementary medicine: reflexology, kinesiology, flower remedies, Reiki, Chi Cong, acupuncture and herbalism.

The clinic takes place between 1pm and 4pm and is run on a donations system to allow everyone to access it.

From their website: “Our emotional and physical wellbeing is a vital balance that we need to nurture, in order to try to steer away disease from within when out of balance. Homoeopathy, an age-old, highly effective healing process will gently, holistically and individually restore this balance, triggering our body’s own healing process to begin.”

Lisa Fricker began a fascinating relationship with homeopathy because of the poor health of her first child. She decided to train, and qualified in 2017. She trained at the South Downs School of Homeopathy, in Chichester University. She then practised at a clinic in Rye and is currently practising in a private therapy room in Peasmarsh.

Niki Jacobs is a homeopath who uses flower essences and the Tera Mai energy healing system, working from her home in Northiam, East Sussex. She came across homeopathy in the late 80s which helped her through an intense period of grief and later in the early 90s with her son’s chronic eczema.

Sarah Jewell is a qualified homeopath and studied at the London College of Homeopathic Education. She recently set up her practice at the Moorlings Wellbeing Centre in Tenterden as well as Rye. Homeopathy has always been her passion and she has always wanted to share with others what an extraordinary system of healing it is. She believes natural healing as the best medicine for our bodies.

In a world which has given many people extra stresses and anxieties over the last two years it is wonderful that this group of practitioners have come together to offer a range of therapies to enhance people’s lives and well-being.

They are friendly and welcoming so do pop-in this Friday and see for yourself.

Image Credits: Kt bruce .

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  1. I highly recommend a visit to this extremely friendly and welcoming place. A warm smile and cuppa is always on offer along with free hand massages.


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