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Menna Williams

BHSc (Nat), Adv Dip Ayurveda, Post Grad (Medical Acupuncture)

Menna has been immersed in the study of natural medicine since the new millennium. Born in Wales, where the twelfth century pioneers of natural medicine “Meddygon Myddfai” gathered all their knowledge of local plants, and this got her interested very early on in herbs and plants that many described as “magical”.

This led Menna to study Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda as well as other therapies, learning their philosophy and healing practices.

Menna has worked in clinics in Perth, Wales and is now settled in New Zealand, supporting people on their personal health journey, by combining traditional wisdom, intuitive healing and an evidence-based approach to individual wellness.

Qualifications

  • 2023 Pregnancy Massage/Hypnobirthing and Meditation, Sophie Fletcher, London, UK
  • 2019 Traditional Chinese approaches to Cancer, TCM Academy of Integrative Medicine, Bristol, UK
  • 2018 Maternity Acupuncture approaches and clinical practice, Debra Betts (online study), New Zealand
  • 2002–2007 Bachelor of Health Science (Nat), University of New South Wales, Armidale, NSW
  • 2007 Post Graduate Diploma (Medical Acupuncture), AIHM, Jandakot, Perth Australia
  • 2007 Advanced Diploma in Ayurveda (including an internship at SDM College of Ayurveda), Kuthpady, India
  • 1999–2006 Energy Healing at AIHM, Pranic Healing in Udupi Pranic Healers, Reiki 1 and 2, Wales, India and Australia
  • 1999–2024 Bodywork Myofascial, Deep Tissue, Chakra/Marma Ayurvedic Massage, India, Australia, Perth and Wales
  • 1987 Nursery Nursing Education Board Qualification, Coleg, Sir Gar, Ammanford, Wales

Professional Interests & Specialist Areas

  • Women’s Health
  • Fertility
  • Traditional health systems
  • Herbal medicine
  • Healthy nutrition

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