Natasha Zarrin is a Homeopath, certified by the Council for Homeopathic Certification and the North American Society of Homeopaths, and a Holistic Health Counselor, certified by the Association of Drugless Practitioners of America. Natasha graduated from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition as well as the Food Therapy program at the Natural Gourmet Institute for Food and Healing. Her homeopathic studies were completed at The Centre for Homeopathic Education.
With an M.B.A. and over a decade of experience working in the corporate world, Natasha is well versed in the intricacies and pressures of corporate lifestyles. Natasha’s relationship with food began as a casual love affair during her travels and as a fascination with different cultures. Since having a family and adjusting her own work/life balance, Natasha has come to understand that the interdependence between health and food has a profound impact on our lives.
While finding balance through food has been the driver for Natasha’s practice, homeopathy is a healing dimension to which Natasha has been long drawn. Through a series of personal experiences, homeopathy has presented itself as an indispensable tool in correcting imbalances that creep into our lives. A fascination with the science of homeopathy inspired Natasha to pursue a formal degree with CHE-NY. Natasha’s clinical homeopathic practice began in 2012 and has encompassed physical inconveniences ranging from skin rashes and headaches to hormonal imbalances, as well as challenges involving anxiety, concentration and general well-being.