Loïc Van Hille

Originally from Belgium, I graduated with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy from the European School of Osteopathy (ESO) in Maidstone (UK). 

 

After graduating, I have been part of a large osteopathic clinic in Whangarei (NZ) for 3 years where I gained a lot of knowledge and experience in different fields of osteopathy, from babies through to sports injuries and elderlies.  I consider the body as a whole, a unit and I always aim at restoring my patient's normal function and balance via a large variety of techniques during my treatments:

  • Cranial osteopathy for babies and adults after traumas and/or stress,

  • Visceral techniques after traumas and to address a wide range of other complaints,

  • Pre and Post-natal treatment to help with labour and recovery for both mom and baby,

  • Musculoskeletal techniques to address mechanical restrictions and sports injuries

  • Exercises and Rehabilitation advice to maximise recovery between sessions.

I am a keen skier and runner who enjoys the outdoors in general.

I love talking about sports, travels and sharing experiences

Continuous Professional Development

International Osteopathic Conference - ONZ (September 2019)

Visceral Manipulation 4 - Barral Institute (November 2018)

Visceral Manipulation 2 - Barral Institute (June 2018)

Visceral Manipulation 1 - Barral Institute (March 2018)

First Aid Course - Triple One Care (July 2017)

Infant Nutrition - Deakin University (Online) (March 2017)

Embryological Biodynamics - SCAB (May 2015)

Julie Lafond

I graduated with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) in London (UK). 

 

With experience treating patients suffering from a wide range of complaints (having treated in a variety of clinics including a GP surgery, homeless clinic, expectant mothers and children's clinic), I focus on improving patient's general biomechanics and mobility, thus reducing dysfunction in the body.  My priority with every patient is to ensure safety and efficacy of treatment plan. 

My training at the BSO allows me to offer:

  • Visceral treatment for digestive complaints

  • A wide range of techniques to ease the musculoskeletal pain

  • Obstetric care for expectant mothers with early stages symptoms such as morning sickness to pre-labour complaints

  • Deep tissue massage to release tension

  • Rehabilitation care after trauma and surgery

  • Lifestyle management as well as exercise advice.

I also have a postgraduate specialisation in paediatric care from the BSO, in which I treat reflux, digestive complaints and unsettled babies.

 

I am also a huge fan of tennis and likes taking part in every sport available.

Continuous Professional Development

 

Visceral Manipulation 4 - Barral Institute (November 2018)

Visceral Manipulation 2 - Barral Institute (June 2018)

Visceral Manipulation 1 - Barral Institute (June 2018)

International Osteopathic Conference - ONZ (September 2017)

Kinesio Taping 1 & 2 - KTA International (April 2016)

Paediatrics Osteopathy 2 - BSO (January 2015)

Paediatrics Osteopathy 1 - BSO (October 2014)