The Japan Royal Academy of Homoeopathy, UK


Since September 2006, the London school of the Japan Royal Academy of Homoeopathy has been providing students with the opportunity to learn from world-renowned homoeopaths in a quiet and stimulating environment. Lectures held in London are broadcast to our schools throughout Japan and lectures held in Japan are broadcast to London. We are in a unique position to prepare students to become future homoeopathy practitioners while offering the chance to gain an understanding of the English language.

To Study Homoeopathy is to Know Yourself

Many factors can lead to internal conflicts. However, we must become aware of our internal conflicts in order to resolve them. Ignatia is said to be a remedy for a broken heart but what Ignatia really does is to allow one accept the reality that we cannot have everything we want in life. The goal of homoeopathy is to ease suffering and help to abandon persistence. It allows us to look within ourselves and live a life free of persistence.

Birth of the Royal Academy of Homoeopathy

Little was known of homoeopathy in Japan when Torako Yui first began to educate people about homoeopathy. She introduced remedy kits to the general public so that they could take care of their own health. It was these words of encouragement from Robert Davidson that were to serve as the spark that led Torako Yui to establish the Royal Academy of Homoeopathy: “Torako, I know that you are having a difficult time studying homoeopathy because of the language barrier, but I feel that you have a mission to spread homoeopathy to Japan… I wish that people could learn homoeopathy in Japanese so that they may become homoeopaths so that more people can enjoy its benefits”. Her dream has now become a reality.

Overcoming the Language Barrier

One of Torako Yui’s main goals was to make it possible to learn homoeopathy in Japanese. Interpreters are present at all English language lectures to provide fast and accurate interpretation of both lecture content and student-teacher interaction. An English language course is also available to RAH students to allow them to either learn the basics or build on their current knowledge.

Support After Graduation

RAH graduates are eligible to take (Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association (JPHMA), Homeopathic Medical Association (HMA) and Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) examinations. Passing the JPHMA examination allows you to practice as a homoeopath covered by professional indemnity insurance. It is also possible to open a private homoeopathic centre. We aim to further the professional development of our graduates by continuing to provide education and lectures from overseas.