I graduated as a Traditional healer in July 2008 and have practiced in different capacities of traditional healing since then.
Working with plants as medicine inspired me to study further. I have since received my qualification and advanced training in the Dorn Method and Breuss Massage; a German based method that gently aligns the spine, pelvis and other joints.
I have also received training in Cranio-sacral Therapy with the Upledger Foundation founded by Dr John Upledger.
Currently I am completing a dual degree: Bsc in Manual Osteopathy and Dr of Botanical Medicine degree through the National University of Medical Sciences.
The treatments I offer which combine plant medicine with manual therapy have shown great benefits to the clients, assisting them to overcome a variety of discomforts.
My journey of bridging worlds and healing methods continues.
May we all be healthy.
My teacher, initiator mentor in the traditional healing practice is Noyabathini, Virginia Tseka who has bridged the Western medicine and the African medicine by studying nursing, working as a Stoma Therapy nurse and practicing traditional medicine whilst initiating and teaching many students. She worked at the Grooteschuur Hospital for 13 years before resigning in 2015. She continues to be my inspiration and guider.