Opening Hours:

Monday: 9:00 to 15:00

Tuesday: 9:00 to 15:00

Wednesday: 9:00 to 15:00

Thursday: 9:00 to 14:00

Friday: 9:00 to 15:00

Saturday: 10:00 -13:00

Sunday: Closed




Hi, I’m Jagoda!

I first came across homeopathy when I was studying Pharmacy at university. One of the teachers in Practical Pharmacy organised classes in preparation for homeopathic remedies, because of her great interest in homeopathy. After some years of working as a clinical pharmacist in a general hospital, I rediscovered homeopathy and decided to change my career altogether. I became a student of homeopathy and a patient at almost the same time because I was suffering a long-term cough after grief.

My journey

In my homeopathic journey, I decided to incorporate my knowledge and experience from my pharmacist’s times. I joined Ainsworths homeopathic pharmacy in London at the beginning of my homeopathic studies and worked there as a homeopathic pharmacist until completing them. I then took some sabbatical time to travel around Asia. I wanted to think about how I could apply all my previous experiences in practice. During this time, I got an opportunity to meet and shadow a great homeopath -Tjok Gde Kerthyasa – who is based in Bali. I also discovered other therapies like applied kinesiology – in which I trained and observed with Dr. Adolf Brown – to add more variety of skills to my practice.

After my trip, I completed Bach Flower Course with Tony Pinkus and I started to supporting patients with homeopathic consultations. A few months later I had an opportunity to rejoin Ainsworths during the pandemic. It was an excellent experience to be at the front line and help patients and front-line workers, including NHS staff, to receive essential remedies. Ainsworths is a fast-paced place, with lots of queries, where I provided acute advice on the spot. This allowed me to learn to act fast and efficiently to help patients.

Practise and approach

Last year I spent a few months in El Hierro in the Canary Islands to reconnect with nature and heal myself as well as others. My reconnection with nature was through learning how to grow vegetables and hours spent by the Atlantic Ocean.

During my time in El Hierro I started to provide consultations online where I help with acute states as well as deep, chronic problems. I am assisting patients with all sorts of problems, like simple infections, eczema and gut related symptoms or issues with teeth.

I am an animal lover and I started to help dogs, cats, chickens and you name it! Since I implemented kinesiology into my practice I became more intuitive with homeopathic prescribing for humans as well as animals.

I am deepening my intuitive practice at the moment by studying CST (Craniosacral therapy) as well as advancing my Applied Kinesiology training.

I am passionate about cooking, dancing with ballet being my first love, and learning to play piano when I can. I found a special need to learn new languages and I went through light language activation with Siobhan Purcell, an excellent homeopath, and light language teacher. In my everyday grounding routine, I do vinyasa yoga and Tai chi.

In my practice, I try to approach each patient’s case from every possible angle. I listen, analyze and explain possible ways how to assist you in this transformational process.

It’s a journey and it’s worth it!