Te Marama is returning from maternity leave. We are now accepting bookings for her first day back: Thursday 9 May 2019.
Tena tatou katoa (Greetings to all)
Ko Te Rarawa raua ko Tukorehe oku iwi (I am from both Te Rarawa and Tukorehe people)
Ko Ngati Manawa raua ko Ruapeka oku marae (I am from Ruapeka and Ngati Manawa marae)
My Journey into Osteopathy began in 2012, and I completed my Master’s of Osteopathic Medicine in 2016.
The essence of Osteopathy represents a core belief of mine – “Te Hau Toki” (the biological, chemical and spiritual balance).
My approach to easing the stresses and strains of the body is to put people as the key focus of my treatment and practice.
My whanau, embracing new people and exploring Aotearoa is important to me, and I have no doubt that Osteopathy will enhance these aspects in the years to come.
Te Marama is available Thursday 8:00 am to 1:00 pm and Saturday 9:00am to 11:15am.
Please click here to see Te Marama’s prices.