Deirdre Brunton Adv Lic Ac, MBAcC, Dip CHM, M.RCHM
Deirdre graduated from the College of Traditional Acupuncture in 1987 and has been in private practice in Brighton ever since. On-going training has included the incorporation of differing styles of acupuncture into her practice and the completion of a diploma in Chinese herbal medicine. She is also a senior faculty member and clinical supervisor at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine.
Hilary qualified in Reflexology at City College Brighton in 1998 IIHHT VTCT.She began her healing energy studies in 1994 qualifying with Sussex Healer’s Association in 1996.Since then she has studied, experienced, and qualified in several other approaches to facilitating healing energy.
Rosie Jackson BSc (Hons) LIcAc MBAcC DipPaed
Graduated from the renowned College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading. She practices a holistic and integrated style of acupuncture, combining Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with a Five Element style of constitutional treatment. On-going training has included a post graduate diploma in paediatric acupuncture and Rosie specialises in treating children from as young as 6 months old for a wide range of conditions.
Caroline Jurdon BA(Hons), LCCH, R.S.Hom
Graduated from the London Classical College of Homeopathy in 1996 and is registered with the Society of Homeopaths.
She is a supervisor and lecturer at the South Downs School of Homeopathy in Chichester and she practises in London & Brighton.
Sarah Lloyd RCST
Sarah is a craniosacral therapist, sports and remedial massage therapist and yoga and movement educator. She has worked for 13 years in acupuncture, osteopathic, chiropractic and physiotherapy clinics. Sarah originally trained as a professional classical and contemporary dancer and enjoyed a 15-year career as a performer and choreographer. She has been teaching dance, movement education and bodywork for over 25 years and her teaching is informed by Scaravelli yoga, Body-Mind Centering, Ideokinesis, Authentic Movement and Contact Improvisation.