About - Angelica Lemke
Angelica Lemke ND
Dr. Angelica Lemke, ND is a compassionate doctor who practices homeopathy, naturopathic medicine, and intuitive healing with patients from all around the world over the phone or skype. She has developed a strong reputation for effective results through her empathic, heart centered, approach to understanding her patients, providing her with a steady flow of word of mouth referrals. She has also taught her approach to healing via a wide array of venues – from conferences, radio shows and published writings, and has also mentored many women to become talented healers within their communities. She has a daughter named Eva and is assisted by her husband Ryan with her practice.
She graduated from a five-year naturopathic medical school at Bastyr University in 2009; and she is licensed as a primary care doctor in the state of California. She also completed four years of training with the New England School of Homeopathy with Paul Herscu and Amy Rothenberg, and have also attended workshops and studied the homeopathic teachings of Rajan Sankaran and Jan Scholten. She graduated from Georgetown University in 2000.
My Practice Philosophy
My practice has gifted me with many insights into the nature of how patterns persist in families, the complexity of the human body, and the energetic nature of disease. As my practice has progressed, slowly and organically my natural intuition has blossomed and I will connect to the soul of the child or adult I am working with and have a silent conversation with it, hoping to discover what is needed for healing or the next step in self-evolution.
I adore working with children and mothers – the love that is there is so sacred and in children there is an innocence that inspires me to work on their behalf. Children are our greatest opportunity to heal – they are here to show us ourselves and love ourselves. I also work with adults and professional healers who truly want to tap into their deepest layers and discover the truth within themselves.
I like to cut to the heart of the matter in my appointments and will often will ask my patient to close their eyes and guide them in meditation inwards, into themselves and the truth of what is occurring in their body. If I am working with a parent – it is often getting them to have a heart-centered connection with their child so we can feel what the child is experiencing.
I have found it crucial to maintain a daily self care practice that involves some aspects of meditation, prayer, yoga and clean living to keep me fresh, present and open during appointments – I hope that every appointment is an opportunity to explore and learn.