Naturopathy literally means ‘Nature Cure’ and the Naturopath will attempt to offer an individually tailored treatment programme using the most natural means possible to make a patient feel well again.

Naturopaths also recognise how lifestyle, environment, relationships and diet also have an effect on the individual, and seek to work with each person to harness the self-healing mechanisms of the body by encouraging the most healthy lifestyle with the appropriate advice and support.​


There is no one culture, person or time period that can claim to own Iridology outright, its development being made possible by various lineages of pioneers, all adding to its vast database of wisdom and understanding. Modern Iridology is most popularly attributed to a young Hungarian Physician named Ignatz Von Peczely, who having freed a trapped Owl from his own garden seems to have inadvertently broken the animal’s leg. He then took it upon himself to heal the sick animal and nurse it back to health. After the accident had occurred he noticed a dark lesion had appeared in the birds iris (on the same side as its injury). After nursing the animal back to a full recovery he noted how the lesion began to knit and mend much like the animals broken leg bone. Von Peczely catalogued this phenomena and began looking into the eyes of his patients to see if any correlations could be made between their injuries / aliments and patterns seen in the iris, this was the birth of modern Iridology.


The Principles of Naturopathy were first used in about 400BC in the Hippocratic School of Medicine, the Greek philosopher Hippocrates believed in viewing the whole person with regards to finding a cause of disease. He believed also in using the laws of nature could induce cures and it is from this original school of thought that Naturopathy takes its principles.

• Naturopaths aim to identify the cause of feeling sluggish and can provide diet and lifestyle advice.
• Naturopaths offer a variety of safe, alternative medicines.
• Naturopaths take a holistic approach to well being.
• Teach the patient to enable them to take responsibility for their own health through self-care.
• Naturopaths work with clients to provide a tailored well being plan to help you feel your best.


An initial appointment will take an hour and during this time I will ask questions about your condition, medical history, diet and lifestyle and any details about conventional medicines you may already be taking.  Once all of this information is gathered, a naturopathic plan unique to you is formulated that will address all areas of your life, to help you feel your best.

I am available to meet with you and have a free no obligation fifteen minute session to discuss any issues that you may have before you make your mind up about whether naturopathy is for you.


Sarah Burt: Initial consultation (1 Hour) £60
Follow up appointment (30 minutes) £45
Supply of herbal tinctures (3 weeks) £27

Marjo Algate:  Initial consultation (1 Hour) £50
Follow up appointment (40 minutes) £35
Supply of herbal tinctures (3 weeks) £27

Our Practitioners:

Sarah Burt ND, DH, DBM, DN

Member of the General Council & Register of Naturopaths in Great Britain
Member of the British Herbalists Association
Qualified Naturopath, Herbalist, Nutritionist, Iridologist and Homeopath since 1999

Check out Sarah’s website for more information 


Marjo Algate2






Mario Algate NCH D.Ir, RM,

Member of the guild of Naturopathic Iridologist’s, Marjo is also a retired Registered Midwife.

Marjo recently joined the clinic in the Spring of 2013 after receiving her diploma in Iridology.  She has been working alongside Sarah Burt here at the clinic for a and now runs her own Clinic day every week.