About - Sarah Weerappah
Adv. Dip Naturopathy (Aust)
IMI Location: Central
Sarah Weerappah is an Australian trained Naturopath who is dedicated to treating both acute and chronic conditions in adults, children and infants. Her areas of interest include but are not limited to: stress, sleep issues, immune boosting, women’s health, fertility and pregnancy, children’s learning and behavior issues, as well as digestive issues such as food intolerances, gut parasites and inflammatory bowel disease.
Sarah combines the best of evidence-based medicine along with traditional healing traditions to create a personalized treatment plan for each of her clients. She utilises a combination of herbal medicine, homeopathics, and nutritional supplements along with diet and lifestyle recommendations. Functional medicine testing is used when needed, to support treatment and to optimize results.
“I am passionate about empowering people to activate their innate healing so that they have energy to do what they are passionate about,” says Sarah, who takes the time to really listen to her clients and help them uncover the root causes of their condition. “I understand that changes must be realistic and I am committed to meeting you where you are at in order to make achievable changes to improve your health.”
Sarah achieved her Advanced Diploma in Naturopathy from Nature Care College, Sydney. She has also completed clinical training under Graeme Bradshaw and Dr. Benita Perch (ND) at IMI. She is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) and hold current First Aid /CPR certification. To broaden her knowledge, she is currently enrolled in two additional Advanced Diploma programs: Western Herbal Medicine and Nutrition, through Nature Care College.
Sarah also practices privately in Sai Kung.
As a mother of two young children, she understand the hectic pace of Hong Kong life and how juggling commitments can leave us feeling depleted and burnt out. She looks forward to supporting her clients on their journey towards optimal health.