What is Homœopathy?
Homœopathy treats each person as a unique individual – with their body, mind, emotions and environment all playing a part in their health and wellbeing. All these factors are considered during the homœopathic consultation and when selecting a homœopathic medicine, based on the individual’s symptoms and their body’s ability to stimulate its own healing.
Homœopathy is a system of natural health care that has been in use for over 200 years. It is recognised by the World Health Organisation as the second largest therapeutic system in use in the world. It is most popular in India and South America, but over 30 million people in Europe and millions of others around the world also benefit from its use.
Kulini is a Pitjantjatjara word meaning: listen to, hear, remember, feel, sense, understand, think about and decide. This word captures the process of working homœopathically through deep listening and acknowledging the uniqueness of each person, their experience and their symptoms.
Sue Tilley is the Homœopath at Kulini Homœopathic Health and is a qualified and registered practitioner. She trained at the Adelaide Training College of Complementary Medicine, the School of Homœopathy in England, and Endeavour College of Natural Health in Australia. She is registered with the Australian Register of Homoeopaths and is a member of the Australian Homoeopathic Association.