Yoshiko Kamiyama is an international Classical Homeopath who has helped patients in over four continents. She believes that with the use of Homeopathy she is able to help by offering treatment that acknowledges and respects your physicality, spirituality, and mental well-being.
Yoshiko provides a safe space and will attentively listen to you, without judgement, that will aid in choosing a remedy that will support you in recovering all aspects of your health and well-being.
Yoshiko is a graduate of the School of Homeopathy, New York, having also studied at the American College of Homeopathy in Phoenix, Arizona. Internationally acclaimed homeopaths that she has studied with include: Misha Norland, Jeremy Sherr, Lou Klein, and Todd Rowe.
In addition to starting an outreach program that brought healthcare to rural indigenous villages in Paraguay, Yoshiko has volunteered at Jeremy Sherr’s clinic in Tanzania, Homeopathy for Health in Africa.
Yoshiko is also a dedicated mother of four. With a passion for homeopathy and a holistic approach to health, she is also an advocate of Waldorf education and its proponent of a holistic approach to childhood education.
Yoshiko’s hobbies include growing roses and hiking. In 2018 she achieved a personal goal
of successfully summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa.
Essential to homeopathy is the belief that all levels of a person, mental, emotional and physical, are interrelated. Pain or symptoms do not exist in isolation, but rather are interrelated with the whole and are the reflection of the internal being.
Homeopathy aims to treat the person as a whole and not just the disease label. There, all symptoms and characteristics of a person are important and relevant. In homeopathy, remedies are chosen to match the person as a complete, dynamic individual, and not to treat merely an isolated symptom or disease diagnosis.