Meet your osteopaths

LEAD OSTEOPATH

Pili Munoz

B.App.Sc (Osteo), Grad.Dip (Osteo.Paed)

Having been in practice since 1992 after graduating from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and completing a Graduate Diploma in Osteopathic Paediatrics in 1996, I have had a lengthy and very passionate journey with osteopathy. This has been an integral part of my life for over 20 years in NZ and with Stillpoint. I have continued throughout my career to do postgraduate studies in OCF and since 1998 I have been involved as a faculty member of the SCTF of ANZ.

OSTEOPATH

Greg Fitchew

BAppsSci, MOst, BEd

I trained in New Zealand graduating with a Masters of Osteopathy and a Bachelors of Applied Human Sciences from Unitec. My passion for osteopathy began after experiencing the benefits of osteopathic treatment in my own life.
What I enjoy the most about osteopathy is the diversity of practice that it offers, and the continual inspiration provided by the human body’s ability to adapt and heal. I am particularly interested in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field (OCF) and enjoy using this approach to treat people of all ages.

OSTEOPATH

Janice Huang

M.Ost, B.App.Sc (HB), PGCert.HealSc (Acupuncture), BE

I graduated from Unitec, Auckland, in 2010 with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy.
Health and wellbeing have always been my keen interests, and I was attracted to osteopathy because of its holistic considerations, comprehensive training, and the fundamental anatomy and physiology on which it is based.
As an osteopath, I enjoy using gentle manual palpation to facilitate a positive change in patient health. I appreciate the continuing personal growth in each of my working days as I listen to my patients and assist them to alleviate pain and find better health.

RECEPTION

Te Marama

B.Clin.Sci.MOst.Med

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.

RECEPTION

Ashleigh Kirkwood

Originally from Northern Ireland, I moved to New Zealand in 2006 via London, where I worked for a successful organic retail business. I joined the Stillpoint team shortly after arriving in the country, and they have since become my New Zealand family.

I take great pleasure in my role in reception, and in being the welcoming face that greets each and every client. I believe your treatment starts as soon as you walk through our door!

Outside of work, my passions include literature, cooking, travel, and exploring my creative side. And if I’m surrounded by friends, with a glass of New Zealand wine in my hand, I’m a happy woman!

RECEPTION

Keyne K

I graduated from Unitec, Auckland, in 2010 with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy. Health and wellbeing have always been my keen interests, and I was attracted to osteopathy because of its holistic considerations, comprehensive training, and the fundamental anatomy and physiology on which it is based. As an osteopath, I enjoy using gentle manual palpation to facilitate a positive change in patient health. I appreciate the continuing personal growth in each of my working days as I listen to my patients and assist them to alleviate pain and find better health