' TO TRULY KNOW YOURSELF, STRIVE TO BE THE PUPIL IN THE CENTRE OF THE I '


MY STORY


For 16 years I was a passionate filmmaker who specialised in human rights documentaries, social commentaries and feature films. In 1997, after being diagnosed with everything from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to Adrenal Burn-Out and Fibromyalgia, my desperation to find answers finally led me to various forms of Alternative Medicine. And so began my journey of exploring and studying meta-physics.  


A life-altering experience involving a fall off one of my horses led me to make the full-time transition into natural forms of healing. After completing my training at the International Institute of Acupuncture in Beijing China in 2011, I returned to South Africa to open a healing practice on my farm outside Pretoria East. 


I believe that our physical bodies are a reflection of our inner state and that with each physical challenge, illness, dis-ease or syndrome, our bodies are reminding us to to love ourselves. 

When we love ourselves as we are at any moment - in all our humanity - with all our imperfections, when we look at ourselves through eyes of compassion, we can accept that every moment is an experience from which we will learn and grow. Through self-love and self-care, we allow our hearts to guide us to wellness.


My love and fascination for healing at a soul level reflects itself in my treatment techniques where I encourage people to re-evaluate their attitudes and beliefs . I believe it is important to assist people in raising their awareness and taking responsibility for their lives.  


From a very young age I have lived very closely with and had an deep affinity for nature and animals. In recent years I have carved a niche for myself by expanding my practice and adapting my treatments to cover our Equine friends and other animals as well.

Shia - my Timber Wolf cross                                                                                                                                                       Treating a young patient in the 

Neurology ward 

- Beijing China.