The Faculty

Sarah LaneSarah Lane

Sarah first came across homeopathy in Southern India, having travelled in a windowless bus across hillsides of tea to spend two weeks at Auroville, where she conducted interviews with some of the spiritual communities’ founding members. Due to the prolonged exposure to cold air and lack of warm clothing to wrap around her neck, she arrived having totally lost her voice. She was pointed in the direction of a medical homeopath, who gave her some little pills and her voice almost immediately returned. A couple of years later, struggling to recover from glandular fever, a friend recommended Sarah see a classical homeopath and the effect was transformational, not just in relieving her symptoms, but also in the way so many disparate features of her health and life experiences came together as a whole. Helping others experience the magic of homeopathy became her passion.

Over the years, Sarah has loved expanding her knowledge of homeopathy. She has incorporated Sankaran’s Sensations Method and now increasingly the Joshis’ fascinating Mapping Method into her case taking toolkit and never ceases to be amazed by the transformational effect that homeopathy can have on a patient’s health and overall wellbeing. She sees a wide range of patients of all ages, with a special interest in treating patients struggling with their mental health.

At the same time, for her, part of the joy of homeopathy is being able to offer help to all people, regardless of age, condition or outlook. She loves the dance between patient and homeopath as the patient’s case starts to unfold.

Sarah loves to guide and tutor homeopathy students on their intrepid journeys to becoming qualified practitioners. Prior to becoming a homeopath, she taught in a number of different places and environments, ranging from from teaching massage to Indigenous women in Honduras, educating visitors to an environmental charity on sustainable living in southern Spain, to teaching English to a wide range of age groups and abilities in Madrid. As well as tutor on the School of Homeopathy’s distance learning course, Sarah also teaches the Joshis’ ever evolving Mapping Method on the postgraduate ACT course.

Sarah qualified with a Practitioner Diploma in Homeopathy from the School of Homeopathy in 2008, spending her first two years on the inspirational distance learning course and the last two magical years on the attendance course with Misha Norland. She has been practising homeopathy ever since.  Whilst studying, she worked at Helios Homeopathic Pharmacy in Covent Garden, prescribing and dispensing remedies, and later volunteered in a homeopathy clinic for the homeless in Marlowe. In 2017, she became co-editor and then sole editor of the Society of Homeopaths’ journal, New Homeopath, allowing her to blend her homeopathic skills with those developed whilst studying for an MAHons in English Literature. As well as editing the journal, she sat on the Research Committee for the Society of Homeopaths and, in 2022, completed a Masters in Integrated Healthcare.

Aside from homeopathy, Sarah loves being in nature, spending time with friends and family, practising yoga and walking through ancient woodland with her dog. She loves travelling and has spent time living abroad in Honduras and Spain, is fluent in Spanish and loves the light and vitality of Spain. She practices spiritual healing, meeting once a month with a group in Bristol, and loves spending time in Glastonbury and Avebury, visiting  ancient sacred sites.

  • 2022 - MSc in Integrated Healthcare from the University of Central Lancashire
  • 2009 - Breastfeeding Supporter training - Breastfeeding Network
  • 2008 - Diploma in Homeopathy from The School of Homeopathy
  • 2000 - Diploma in Aromatherapy and Massage, from ITHMA
  • 1994 - MAHons in English Literature from Edinburgh University
  • 2008 - Registered with the Society of Homeopaths

'The homeopathic way is the path of least resistance; ‘getting alongside'  another, in an energetic echo of the moves being made' 
Sheila Ryan

"All Disease Begins in The Gut." - Hippocrates.