The members of the Council of the Association of Master Herbalists are:
Michelle started her career studying at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London in 2005. She studied Herbal Medicine and Naturopathy and graduated in 2008. She has run a clinic in Mid-Wales for the past 10 years and has recently opened a herbal apothecary.
She is trained as an Autonomic Response Testing (ART) practitioner and is currently undergoing the UK's advanced ART practitioner certification program in the UK with Dr Klinghardt at the Klinghardt Institute.
She also has a clinic in Bradford-On-Avon where she works with Kendra another ART practitioner and Applied Kinesiolgist. Together we specialise in all form of chronic illness including Lyme, Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, neurological problems, environmental illness, electromagnetic sensitivity and ASD.
Functional-medicine trained master herbalist, nutrigenomics expert, nutritionist & naturopath working in London at my own clinic in the City (Anthrobotanica), the London Clinic of Nutrition & internationally as a lifestyle medicine and nutrigenomics provider for the functional-medicine focused Holistic Heart Centers of America (HHCA).
Kelly's journey into Natural Healing began in the 1970s with her declining health, which she eventually discovered was caused primarily by the amalgam fillings in her teeth.
After having all her fillings replaced and healing herself from the early stages of multiple sclerosis, she trained as a Naturopathic Herbalist with the School of Natural Healing, qualifying in 1985.
Since then she has trained in a number of other holistic disciplines, including Iridology and Colon Hydrotherapy, specialising in cleansing and detoxification as the foundation for good health and a strong immune system.
She started her first practice in Surrey in 1987 after her first Son was born and now lives and runs her practice in Brighton, East Sussex.
Rumana Zahn started her career as a scientist, a microbiologist, testing food and water and went on to study what keeps the body away from sickness, what it is to heal and remain in health. She studied the different disciplines of western, indian and chinese medicines. She is a real advocate for scientific research and development in the field of natural medicine and has published in scientific journals.
Rumana has been in practice since 1995 in the North East of England where she lives and dances argentine tango, engages in philosophy and practices yoga and meditation.