Pip Martin was one of the first New Zealanders to train in SCENAR Therapy under International Trainer Chris Mortensen. She did further training in the United States of America under Dr Jerry Tennant, who has received numerous international awards for his services to the advancement of medicine http://tennantinstitute.com/. From Dr Tennant, Pip also learned to use the Meridian Energy Analysis Device (MEAD) which provides quick and useful computer analysis of energy (voltage) in the twelve meridians. Pip undertook further Scenar training in Bulgaria with leading Russian and Bulgarian practitioners, including Dr Irina Kossovskia.
Pip has completed professional programmes in Homeobotanicals, Active Elements, heavy metal chelation, muscle testing, Body Talk and Traditional Chinese Medicine applied to Body Talk. She has an honours pass for Anatomy and Physiology for Holistic Body Workers.
Pip has worked with SCENAR as one of Belmont Park Retreat practitioners since 2004. This Clinic of Herbal Medicine (www.belmontparkretreat.co.nz) in Wellington provides herbal/naturopathic assessments with Medical Herbalist Alicia Melrose BA (Hons), MNZAMH, Dip Phyt.
BPR, 147 Stratton St, Normandale, Lower Hutt 04 586 0110. Wednesdays for Scenar treatments.
Deb Gilbertson is an innovation consultant who has worked as an entrepreneur, intrapreneur, researcher, educator, manager and policy developer in the fields of innovation, management, education and ADHD. She was a Senior Lecturer at Victoria University and an inaugural board member of the University’s company.
Deb’s research highlighted the links between entrepreneurship, innovation and ADHD. She has presented at international conferences to human resource managers, psychologists and educators on how to tap into the abundant qualities in the ADHD Da Vinci spectrum and manage the challenges.
Deb has also run a number of education programmes that match the learning styles of ADHD Da Vincis.
Deb works in Wellington
From the North: 12 minutes from Levin. Come through Ohau, then look for Tatum Park Conference Centre on your right. Stay on SH1 over the two bridges (over the Waikawa River and the railway line) then turn left into North Manakau Rd. Drive 3 minutes and turn left into Martins Rd – No 48 is the last on the right, up the main drive.
From the South: 10 minutes from Otaki. On SH1, continue past Manakau Village, past Waikawa Beach Rd, then turn right off SH1 into North Manakau Rd. Drive 3 minutes and turn left into Martins Rd – 48 is the last on the right, up the main drive.
Note the entrance to Kohutu Health is on the north side of the house – take the left fork in
the drive and park on the north side of the house.
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