graduated from the London School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese
Medicine in 1990, and completed a post-graduate Clinical Programme in
She then worked
privately and in public health institutions in the United Kingdom and
South Africa, and was involved in planning and co-ordinating South
Africa's first undergraduate Chinese Medicine Training Programme at the
University of the Western Cape.
In addition to her
private practice in Cape Town, Sarah is involved with the Scalabrini
Centre's Flying Needle Project, which provides free health services to
refugees and low income groups.
Through her practice
she found that patients sometimes needed more tools to help them uncover
deep blocks and challenges, and so trained as a life coach. This has
given her the skills to help others in the exciting process of
self-discovery. For several years, Sarah volunteered her time and
coaching skills to rehabilitation and re-integration programmes for
prisoners and members of their communities.