About Gina Inez

My study of and dedication to homeopathy commenced in the late 1970’s and continues in the spirit of discovery and open-heartedness through this day. I have also had the ongoing privilege of studying with master homeopaths from around the world.

Photo of Gina Inez I have taught at homeopathic colleges and was the registrar for the North American Society of Homeopathy (NASH) at a pivotal time in it’s development. While serving at NASH I facilitated a protocol enabling States in the US to obtain certification for homeopathic practice. My articles have appeared in the professional journal the “American Homeopath.”

I have studied and practiced body work therapy and spiritual counseling. Previous work efforts include a decade at the forefront of sustainable agriculture and pesticide-use reduction in the United States and Canada in the 1980’s. This included organic farming and contributing to writing city, and state statutes that have formed the foundation for current agricultural practices. I have lived and worked in Marin County, California since 1985. I was born and lived in the New York City area until 1970. Since the later 1970’s I have maintained a study and practice of Zen Buddhism. I received lay ordination in 2006 in the lineage of Suzuki Roshi of the San Francisco Zen Center.

I consider it both a great privilege and responsibility to be able to practice the high art and science of Homeopathy and thank each one of my clients for the opportunity to work together in this endeavor.

Professional memberships include:

  • NASH (North American Society of Homeopathy)
  • CHC (Council for Homeopathic Certification)
  • NCH (National Center for Homeopathy)
  • BAHA (Bay Area Homeopathic Association)

“It is often said that it is impossible to run a busy general practice and prescribe entirely homoeopathically. After many years of experience as a general practitioner I know that it is possible.”
— Classical Homeopathy, Margery Blackie, M.D., (formerly Queen's Physician, UK ), 1986.