Catherine is an experienced massage therapist who studied at the New Zealand College of Massage in Auckland graduating with a Diploma in Therapeutic Massage, Diploma in Massage and Sports and a Bachelor of Health Studies in Massage and Neuromuscular Therapy.
She is passionate about health and enjoys being able to help people by improving their overall wellbeing and quality of life.
Catherine utilises a host of different types of massage techniques including, but not limited to relaxation, therapeutic and sports massage and neuromuscular therapy to address health concerns such as stress, muscular pain and tension, muscle imbalances and sports/ occupational injuries. View details »
Aaron graduated from Auckland University of Technology with a Diploma in Applied Science prior to successfully completing his Bachelor of Chiropractic from the reputable New Zealand College of Chiropractic. Since graduating Aaron worked in an award winning private practice in South Auckland which has contributed towards his expertise as a practitioner.
In addition, he has undergone further training in the field of functional neurology in which he received valuable knowledge. Aaron is registered with the New Zealand Chiropractic Board and is a member of the New Zealand Chiropractors’ Association.
Serving communities and helping others regarding health issues is a passion Aaron and his wife (Tracy) both share. They have also both had experience working in one of Africa’s poorest countries within an internationally recognised medical organisation bringing hope and healing to the forgotten poor.
Aaron grew up in Tauranga but is originally from Taiwan. He speaks fluent English and Mandarin. View details »
Gareth completed 4 years of study to gain a Bachelor of Health Science in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at the New Zealand School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine which is New Zealand’s leading institute of its kind.
He was first introduced to the concepts of TCM through his involvement in Tai Chi and martial arts as they require an extensive understanding of human physiology. When learning martial arts, injuries are not uncommon, therefore acupuncture and tui-na (a Chinese form of massage) are often used to speed up recovery time.
Gareth has effectively treated a vast range of conditions and health concerns using traditional acupuncture as well as modern methods and tools such as heat lamps, electro acupuncture and fascial manipulation. These vary from treatment for injuries, musculoskeletal pain, headaches, digestive dysfunctions, mood disorders, and women’s health. View details »