Who I am and
how I became a naturopath?

I came to naturopathy, like many others, through self-experience. Throughout my childhood and adolescence, headaches accompanied me. It was through these that numerous naturopathic methods were “tested” on me to help me relieve my migraines/pain. From the change of diet to homeopathy, Bach flowers, herbal medicine and many other forms of treatment – from the age of 6, I gain almost on my own body natural healing experience.

When I was about 16 years old, I started doing Tai Chi and Qi Gong. After all, at the age of 19, I made two more than beautiful journeys in a row: the first was an Ayurvedic trip to Sri Lanka, the second trip went to Andalusia for a Tai Chi training. After these two “holidays” I finally decided to work in the field of naturopathy. So I started training as a naturopathimmediately after my technical examination.

I have been a naturopath since 2005. Already parallel to my training as a naturopath, I trained as an Ayurveda therapist. From 2004 to 2007 I went through two assistant positions in which my practical knowledge has grown very much, in the areas of phytotherapy and evaluation of laboratory results (blood, stool, urine), but also infusion and injection therapy.
In 2007 I opened my then individual practice in Eilbek, where I worked independently until 2009. Since I had always worked there with external colleagueswho complemented my fields of work, I decided to establish a practice community in order to be able to offer a wider range of therapy directly under one roof. Since 2009 there is now the naturheilzentrum Rotherbaum in Schlüterstrasse 12.

Through my daily practical work, I have grown over and over again. Both in my personal life and in my way of working as a naturopath. For a long time, one of my priorities was “intestinal health”. These include stool examinations and, in the end, the treatment of all imbalances in the intestine – the intestinal rehabilitation.

The intestine is actually a very important building block on the way to health! This is where it is decided what is accepted or rejected. In addition, the intestine has effects and influence on the hormonal system, the immune system and above all, of course, on the micronutrient balance and thus in the end on the entire body.

Beyond this basic building block, of course, the fundamental factors of life are also enormously important:

  • Diet
  • Movement
  • Sleep
  • Breathing
  • Relaxation/ time out
  • Electrosmog reduction
  • Stress reduction
  • Psychohygiene/ Self-reflection/ Getting to know one’s self

Well… and so results in a wide-ranging and in-depth treatment of the human being as a whole. Always individual and always holistic and without stress. :)

I am actually incredibly happy to have chosen this profession. It offers you an insanely wide variety. You can continuously train yourself and develop personally in this way and grow a little bit over and over again. You gain tons of experience and get to know a new, individual composition of symptoms, character traits and possible solutions with each patient.

Julia Embacher

Here you will find a link to a list of my training courses. Unfortunately, it is not complete, but it is updated regularly by me.


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