Misha Norland, born 1943, began studying homeopathy in 1970 under John Damonte. He helped set up the British Society of Homeopaths, was the first editor of its journal, and taught at the newly established Collage of Homeopathy in London.

He also undertook training in transpersonal psychology with Barbara Somers and Ian Gordon-Brown.

Upon moving out of London he founded the School of Homeopathy in Devon in 1981. He soon developed a homeopathy correspondence course; helped set up Schools in New York, USA, in Athens, Greece, and in Tokyo, Japan; conducted annual provings; taught internationally; wrote books and articles. He continues to practice and teach homeopathy.