Pema Sanders is registered with the Society of Homeopaths. She studied at the College of Homeopathy (London), converting her Licence in 2008 to a BSc in Homeopathy at Middlesex University.
She began practising in 1980 and in addition to private practice worked at the Dolphin House Children’s Clinic (Brighton) for 15 years, where she set up low-cost community clinics. From 1992-2002 she was involved with a charity homeopathy project (LICH) in Bucharest, Romania, for orphanage and street children, in collaboration with local doctors, which also provided training courses.
From 1999 she developed and twice ran a homeopathy Diploma Course in Beirut for LICH, eventually moving there to live for 7 seven years from 2005-2012, during which time she also practised locally and ran introductory courses in homeopathy. She has taught regular first-aid courses for her own patients and other interested people for 35 years.
Pema also makes flower essences and has developed courses and short workshops for teaching the general public about them. In addition, she developed several modules for the Tisserand Aromatherapy course, based in London, during the 1990s and is a qualified and experienced teacher of English as a foreign language. She has recently completed an MA in Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred. She currently lives and practices in Bexhill, East Sussex.
“Pema Sanders is an excellent tutor, with great knowledge, experience, understanding, very engaging and with a witty sense of humour. Pema is also very generous with her knowledge and very, very supportive.”– Gina 2022