Australian Homoeopathic Association WA branch

Jacqui Gardum

Servicing area: Sawyer's Valley, Western Australia

Australian Homoeopathic Association WA branch
We were delighted to celebrate the fact that Homeopathy has come full circle in Western Australia.

Australian Homoeopathic Association WA branch


Welcome to AHA Western Australia

If you have any feedback or questions, please contact us at info@homeopathywa.org.au.

For Members of the Public:

Members of the Australian Homoeopathic Association in Western Australia are a small but active group of practitioners and general members dedicated to raising the profile of Homeopathy in this state. Regular information days and seminars are hosted by the branch and individual members are active in the community conducting talks, interviews and activities to educate the public about this wonderful system of medicine.

To find a registered homeopathic practitioner you can view a list of current members by opening the PDF on the right hand panel of this page. Alternatively you can go to the AHA National website www.homeopathyoz.org, for more details about registered practitioners and a list of registered members in other states. The site also contains other information about Homeopathy in Australia and ‘What is Homeopathy’.

For Members of the AHA WA Branch:

To find a registered homeopathic practitioner you can view a list of current members by opening the PDF on the right hand panel of this page. Alternatively you can go to the AHA National website www.homeopathyoz.org, for more details about registered practitioners and a list of registered members in other states.

In October 2006 the WA branch was very proud to host the 5th Australian Homeopathic Medicine Conference. We were delighted to celebrate the fact that Homeopathy has come full circle in Western Australia. It all commenced in 1846 with the arrival in Fremantle of four Spanish Benedictine monks, who established a monastery at New Norcia treating European settlers and indigenous people in the area. These origins were recognised with a visit to the monastery at New Norcia during the Conference.

One hundred and sixty years later 179 people from around the world came to Fremantle, to participate in two days of professional development, camaraderie and celebration. Delegates from far and wide found Western Australian hospitality warm and friendly and many lingered afterwards to enjoy the many tourist attractions including our famous wildflowers which were at their peak.



The AHA Nationally

The Australian Homoeopathic Association Inc (AHA) was formed in 1995 from the merger of the New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria/Tasmania branches of the Australian Federation of Homoeopaths, the Australian Society of Homoeopaths (Queensland), and the Oceanic Homoeopathic Research Foundation (Western Australia). In 1997 further mergers were agreed with the Australian Federation of Homoeopaths in Queensland and in Western Australia.

The AHA is the only National Homoeopathic Association representing professionals in Australia, and is a member of the International Council for Classical Homoeopaths.

For more detailed information about the AHA and to find out ‘WHAT IS HOMEOPATHY’, please visit the AHA National website www.homeopathyoz.org.
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