AMH Council

The members of the Council of the Association of Master Herbalists are:

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Anton Bennett

Herbal Medicine, Iridology, Body Massage, Shamanic Practitioner

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Patina Blakeney

Patina Blakeney practises Western Herbal Medicine mainly, Iridology, Flower Essences, Hopi Ear Candling and Mineral Therapy plus offers Hair Analysis.

Patina is available at The Blackheath Complementary Health Centre also. Contact 02082935380, 184 Westcombe Hill, SE3 7DH

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Michelle Boudin

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.

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Shelley Day

A second generation Herbalist, Shelley has grown up around natural medicine and studied both Iridology and Herbal Medicine. Although not in practice, she has run her family herbal product company - Specialist Herbal Supplies - since 1994.

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Kelly Holden

Kelly is currently taking a career break so is unable to see patients.

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Rumana Zahn

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.