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.
The principles of osteopathy come to life for me when I feel how your bodies behave and change in my hands. I feel privileged to hold this space for you and your family and to unravel, reorganise and move towards a healthier version of yourself.
There are moments where you absolutely know that a treatment has changed the course of events for that individual and they know it too.
✓ Our work has heart and respect for your body even when at times you might not.
✓ Our work is unique – you are held with compassion and with the absolute confidence and knowledge that you are more than a bag of bones.
✓ You as an individual have a set of beliefs, a set of emotions. You are strong and at times weak, you are joy and at times lost.
All this needs to be acknowledged for successful outcomes.
Our work is important in the community as we offer support in a way that other health care providers cannot. We offer time, we listen, we evaluate, we leave the tests for those who know best and use our hands to understand the rest. We don’t do magic, we don’t read minds and there are no hidden broom sticks. We are here for you, whatever stage you are at, as a total human; body, mind and yes, spirit.
To have that as my job is a joy and a privilege!
Pili is available
Tue – 8.30 am to 5 pm
Wed – 8.30 am to 4.30 pm
Thu – 8.30 am to 5 pm
Fri – 8.30 am to 5 pm
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.
I’ve always had a keen interest in health, and the human body. Outside of osteopathy my interests are making food, eating food, homebrew, harmonica and the outdoors.
Greg is available
Mon – 8 am to 2 pm
Tues – 8 am to 5 pm
Wed – 8 am to 2 pm
Thu – 11 am to 8 pm
Fri – 8 am to 5 pm
Master of Osteopathy B. App. Sc (Human Biology) Postgrad. Cert. Health Science (Western Acupuncture)
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.
I have a keen interest in biomechanics and movement, having practised martial arts, dance, a variety of sports, and I am a qualified yoga instructor.
Patient education in posture and appropriate exercise is an integral part of my treatment. I am a registered ACC treatment provider and speak fluent English and Mandarin. 很高興能爲您服務.
Janice is available
Monday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 12:30pm
Thursday 2.40pm – 8:00pm
I was born and raised in Auckland.
I have worked as a massage therapist in private practice in NZ for over 20 years and set up an aromatherapy and massage clinic for those living with cancer.
I am a born nurturer and as a result I never tire from massaging, working with pregnant woman or caring for those close to passing. I am an intuitive worker incorporating my many fields of learning to provide those in need with the appropriate body change and ease that they desire. I put a lot of time into creating a safe space for people to respond positively to the body work. This might involve foot spas, aromatherapy, hot stones, cupping, or my different body work approaches.
I started my career studying Aromatherapy in Glasgow in 1993. I was attracted to aromatherapy at the time due to the powerful healing benefits the oils have both physically and emotionally.
When I returned to New Zealand, I continued my studies in massage therapy at Wellpark College of Natural Therapies. I became experienced as a therapeutic massage therapist however continued to extend my learning by completing programs in Pregnancy Massage, Reflexology, Reiki, Acupressure, Ayuvedic Kansa Vatki Foot massage, and natural face lift massage work.
To continue my learning, I completed anatomy and physiology for complimentary therapies, Intuition courses with Dr Ann Kerion and Service through Nurturing Touch programme.
Dip Ion, Dip LCNM UK
I trained in the UK graduating from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in 1999 followed by a 2-year post graduate diploma in Naturopathy at the London College of Naturopathic
Medicine. Like any expert, I do research and keep updated on all the cutting-edge data out there. Having spent 12 years working at an Integrative Medical Practice with medical GP’s
I’ve honed my skills at interpreting diagnostic tests and applying a holistic approach to health. I continue to work closely with GPs as well as with other practitioners in many
different modalities. My aim is to get my clients focusing on a good healthy diet and lifestyle that works for them, not for anybody else.
Good health can be obtainable for all of us – we want to live our lives feeling energised and focused, age well and healthily. We are all unique, no one size fits all and we all have
different needs and desires depending on the stage of our lives. A nutritionally balanced diet is the cornerstone of good health and with that firm foundation, I believe that you can
begin to turn around any health issues for optimum health. My passion is real food, food in its whole form. Keeping it simple, delicious and nutritious.
Being in nature is one of my biggest pleasures. I’m an all year round sea swimmer, an amateur veggie gardener, a mean cook and a long time yoga student of the Iyengar method for the support it gives my mind, body and soul.
Hi I am Sarah. I have been practicing Osteopathy since graduating from Unitec in 2004 and specialising in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field (OCF) since 2007. I was always interested in health, but I did not learn of Osteopathy until my twenties and the more I learnt, the more I understood its philosophies and they made sense to me. I like how we never treat just a part; it is always with the whole in mind.
I used to work at Stillpoint Osteopaths about 10 years ago. Since then, I have travelled, continued my Post Graduate Education in OCF and practised Osteopathy part time while
having 2 small children.
Sara is available
Monday 10:00am – 2:00pm
Tuesday 2:00pm – 6:00pm