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Dip Ac. Dip CHM. MAcSTCM. RCHM. Dip NST(advanced).
Lynda is the director of Wellness Centre Dumfries and is also a Practitioner seeing a wide range of patients each week.
Lynda is one of the few practitioners to have trained and specialised in both TCM Acupuncture / Chinese Herbal Medicine and Advanced Bowen Therapy.
She has spent much time over the years in looking into the relationship between Acupuncture and Bowen therapy.
Although she usually uses the two therapies independently she has found that often they can be combined within a course of treatment to improve the outcome and to achieve the desired result in a much shorter time than using each of the therapies independently.
Bowen therapy is particularly effective at gently putting the body into correct alignment can help the acupuncture to work really effectively.
She takes the view that a good therapist should not only help people when they are in pain but they should also help them make changes to their lifestyle which leads to more lasting benefits. This belief has led to establishing the Wellness Centre which gives patients the opportunity to maintain their health and well being on all levels by attending yoga classes, tai chi, nutritional support, mindfulness and counselling/psychotherapy.
Lynda first became interested in complementary therapies when she was working as a Beauty Therapy Lecturer in Glasgow, she went on to study and teach Aromatherapy and Reflexology which led to further study in Chinese Medicine after experiencing the benefits of it for her own health.
She qualified from the northern college of Acupuncture (with distinction) in 1994 and then in Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine (with distinction) in 1997.
She studied NST (Advanced) Bowen Therapy with Michael Burgess who had been one of her lecturers at the Northern College of Acupuncture, qualifying in 2004.
She has run a successful practice in Dumfriesshire for the past 25 years.
Lynda is also a keen horse woman and her interest in classical dressage and equine therapy led to her studying EMRT and Laser Acupuncture for equines. More information on this can be found on the Face Book page Hands on Horses.
In her quest for personal fitness she enjoys yoga,tai chi,qigong pilates,cycling and running.
Lynda is a full member of The Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine
and The Acupuncture Society