Sandra has been a practising professional homeopath since 1992, graduating from the Practical School of Homeopathy in London.
In 1993 she co-founded one of the first multi-therapy centres, Skarpsno Klinikken in Oslo. (tverrfaglig samarbeidsform mellom ulike behandlingsmetoder)
From 1996 to 2001 Sandra has written articles in Alternativt Nettverk (VISJON) on natural medicine and homeopathy as well as giving mini-courses on health and alternative medicine for children and women at the Alternativmessen in Oslo.
In 2001 she became the homeopath for the Neo Humanistisk Barnehage in Holmenkollen, treating the children there as well as giving regular mini-courses on natural medicine and homeopathy for both parents and staff.
She teaches them how to prevent illness and maintain good health and how to use remedies in acute situations.
Since 1992 Sandra has given regular courses on subjects relating to childrens' and womens' health and the uses of natural medicines and holistic methods.
In addition she has held lectures on instructing pregnant women and midwives on the uses of homeopathic and natural medicine during pregnancy, childbirth and post-labour as well as neo-natal care.
Sandra has one daughter.
Sandra Bartfai sin undervisning
Doulastudents will learn how homeopathy works and how it can be used to complement regular treatment as well as follow ups.
They will learn how to use some key remedies to alleviate discomforts and complaints so that both mother and baby can enjoy the whole experience more. They will also receive instructions on how to give homeopathic remedies considering administration and dosage.
Sandra teaches how homeopathy can help before, during and after the birth, regarding: emotional states and nervousness, shock and grief, pain, fatigue, morning sickness, digestive complaints, constipation, hemorrhoids and back pain.
During labor and postpartum care, homeopathy can speed up the healing and help both mother and baby recover from the birth by using remedies for surgical wounds, after pains such as bruising and soreness, exhaustion, whether physical and/or emotional, depression, breast feeding problems and care for the newborn.