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About Me

As a passionate homeopath, nothing brings me more joy than helping people along their journey to better health. My fascination with homeopathy began when I witnessed a family member's remarkable health improvement through homeopathic treatment.  It sparked my curiosity and inspired me to pursue education in this field. In 2022, I completed a comprehensive 4-year certificate program at the Homeopathy School International and got nationally certified by the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CCH).

I also dedicated over two years to studying the Polarity Analysis method under the tutelage of Tim Shannon and Karen Allen. The Polarity Analysis method is a modern approach to selecting homeopathic remedies, developed by the Swiss homeopath Hainer Frei. The method is based on the concept that specific physical symptoms exhibit opposite characteristics or modalities, which can be used to narrow down the pool of potential remedies. This technique builds upon the work of the successful homeopath Boenninghausen, who was a contemporary of Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy.

As a Commissioner for the Accreditation Committee for Homeopathic Education of North America (ACHENA), I take great pride in advocating for the advancement of homeopathy education and care.

With a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Warsaw University of Technology (Poland) and a decade of experience as a Research Engineer, I have acquired invaluable skills and knowledge that enable me to approach homeopathy from a scientific and analytical perspective, offering a unique approach to the field. 

I specialize in musculoskeletal problems and am deeply committed to help my clients reach their full potential in terms of their health and vitality.

I believe that finding the right homeopath is essential to achieving your health goals. That's why I encourage all potential clients to schedule a free 15-minute discovery session. It's a risk-free way to see if my approach is the right fit for you.

Portrait of homeopath Anna Balazy

Anna Balazy, PhD, CCH

Monument of Hahnemann in Washington DC

About homeopathy

Homeopathy is a natural and holistic approach to healthcare that stimulates the body's innate healing abilities to restore balance and well-being. Unlike conventional medicine, which often relies on drugs and surgery to treat specific symptoms, homeopathy addresses the whole person, taking into account their physical, emotional, and mental state. By using highly diluted remedies made from natural substances, homeopathy works with the body's own healing mechanisms to address the underlying causes of illness and support long-term health and vitality. Homeopathy has been used for over 200 years and is currently practiced in over 80 countries worldwide. According to a survey conducted by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, an estimated 6 million people in the United States use homeopathy as part of their healthcare regimen. With its gentle and non-invasive approach to healthcare, homeopathy provides a great alternative for a wide range of conditions, ranging from minor ailments to chronic diseases. If you are seeking a natural and holistic approach to healthcare that prioritizes your well-being, homeopathy may be the right choice for you.


If you would like to learn more about homeopathy, please visit:

  • Homeopathy Research Institute - This website hosts a comprehensive database of published research on homeopathy. It serves as a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about the scientific evidence base for homeopathy.

  • National Center for Homeopathy - This website provides a wealth of information on homeopathy, including articles, research studies, and resources for finding homeopathic practitioners.

  • Homeopathy Plus - This website offers a comprehensive guide to homeopathy, including articles on various health conditions and research studies.

  • Homeopathic Educational Services - This website provides educational resources on homeopathy, including articles, books, and training courses for healthcare professionals and the general public.

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