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Hello and Welcome! 
My name is Jaya and I am a Homeopath & nutritionist. I am passionate to provide focused and comprehensive health care. 
I embrace the individualised wellness approach that addresses all aspects to adore a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.
After stepping in the field of health care, I recognised how effective this synergy of Homeopathy & Nutrition is for the purpose of achieving the finest health. My aim is to accomplish the quality health working with the gentle touch of Homeopathy and the vital endorsement of a hale and hearty nutrition. Lifestyle choices play a big role in shaping our health. 
Therefore; Homeopathy, Nutrition and Lifestyle are my tools to get this job done!

I am available for online and in-person appointments at the following places in Hong Kong:
Vitality Center is one of the earliest alternative health clinics to be established in Hong Kong where all practitioners have a common interest, which is to provide integrated natural healing at one, convenient location.

Osteo & Co is a group of Holistic and experienced practitioners who care about your health. 

Professional qualifications:

PGHom, London: Post Graduate Diploma in Homeopathy from Hahnemann College of Homeopathy, London (2014)

B.H.M.S., IndiaBachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery- Five and half year degree course in Homeopathy from LBS Homeopathic College, India (2008)

I am registered with Homeopathic Medicine Board, UP, India. RN- H28910.

DipN (UK)Diploma in Nutrition, Blackford Center for Nutrition, UK (2013)

Continued Medical Education:

Principles of Ayurveda
SidhiYoga International

Yoga Teachers Training
SidhiYoga International 

Diet and Alzheimer's disease
George Washington University (2018)

Lifestyle Medicine for Stress Management 
The Havard Medical School, Boston. (2017)

Implementing Lifestyle Interventions for Obesity 
Haymart Medical Education, NJ (2017)

Lifestyle Medicine: Nutrition and Metabolic Syndrome
The Havard Medical School, Boston. (2017).  

Food Allergies, Intolerances, and Sensitivities: Find a Better Way with HOMEOPATHY
National Center for Homeopathy, USA (2017)

Registered Homeopath with Homeopathic Medicine Board, India
Homeopathic Medical Association, UK
Member of National Center for Homeopathy, USA

How to Proceed:

For free initial advice on whether I can help you with any of your health concerns, You can reach me by any of the following:


Whatsapp: (852)67028858 

To book the appointment:

 Central: Vitality Center

9/F, Li Dong Building
9 Li Yuen Street East, Central

 Tel: +(852) 25371118 

Whatsapp: 59972090

Hang Hau: Osteo & Co Holistic Center

G/F, 48 Yue On Lane, Hang Hau Village
Hang Hau, Tseung Kwan O, NT
Tel: (852)28841180
Whatsapp: 67594103

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