Kowhai-- is a sacred tree that showers golden blossoms benevolence and affection. Rangiora is an ancient Polynesian name that signifies health, beauty, wellbeing and joyfulness.
Saskia Woolloff … a little bit about me
I am passionate about homeopathy and craniosacral therapy because they can improve our health and development. I believe they are autonomous and capable of achieving powerful results.
I am originally from New Zealand but have been based in San Benedetto del Tronto in Italy for the past year after living in London UK for 18 years. I became interested in natural medicine when I suffered side effects from the contraceptive pill. I took responsibility for my own health and began a journey that has been an awakening that I could never have anticipated.
I qualified as both a homeopath and craniosacral therapist in the UK and hold a Licentiate and BSc (Hons) in Homeopathy and a Diploma in Craniosacral Therapy.
I am also an IPEN Placenta Advisor. After experiencing consuming my own placenta to replenish and rebalance my body following birth I wanted to understand more about this amazing organ. Since that time I have found that placenta encapsulation is hugely beneficial for the mental wellbeing of the mother after birth not just the physical depletion of the body.
I have a strong interest in women's and children's health. I can help women become in tune with their bodies, reach their optimum level of health, encourage natural conception and progress through their menopause naturally.
Since having children I am an avid supporter of natural birth - empowering women to reconnect with their instinctive nature to reduce the need for medical intervention. I can offer homeopathic and craniosacral support for pregnancy, and postnatal recovery tailored to suit the needs of the individual.
I worked for one year as a volunteer homeopath for a charity in East London that supports vulnerable children and I wish to continue to provide a similar support to my local community. I am happy to discuss voluntary treatment plans with interested local charities, schools nursing homes.