Registered Osteopath; BA Hons; DO (Diploma in Osteopathy); Member of the Sutherland Cranial College.
Lynn has been part of Viveka Healthcare from 1996 where he has enjoyed being a member of the integrated wholistic medical and healthcare team. He graduated as an Osteopath in 1987 and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC membership number 515) He is a teaching Fellow of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy and holds a Paediatric Osteopathic Diploma. He also holds a BA in Humanistic Psychology and practiced as a psychological counsellor and therapist for many years.
Lynn has specialised in the Osteopathic treatment of children and especially newborn babies. His association with the Obstetrician Gynaecologist Yehudi Gordon (the founder of Viveka) allowed access to treating mothers and babies on the Birth Unit at the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in London until its closure. Lynn feels that meeting and treating so many mothers and babies was a privilege and gave deep insight into the processes of health and how an Osteopath can cooperate with these “forces” to aid in mother’s and baby’s recovery after labour and birth.
Lynn likes to say “Osteopaths believe that everything is connected to everything. The puzzle is figuring out how it is connected and is it relevant?” The skill of the Osteopath is to understand these connections through deep anatomical-physiological listening and to assess what is relevant to helping recovery. Working with health is gentle but always rewarding.
To contact Lynn Haller:
Contact Sutherland House at 020 8458-7869
Or text Lynn at 07710385556
‘What is important is to identify the health in an individual and understand how health, in all of its inherent intelligence, is already attempting to resolve any given problem. One can find a way of assisting Nature’s power to overcome the problem being faced.’
DO (diploma in osteopathy); Registered Osteopath.
Affiliations; The General Osteopathic Council, Institute of Osteopathy (iO) Council member, Osteopathic Foundation (oF) Board member and trustee, Osteopathic Alliance (OA) Chair , Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy , Association of Animal Osteopaths (AAO) founder member
I believe in an integrated approach to healthcare and lifestyle for the whole family, including pets!
Practicing as an Osteopath since 1978 Nadine is principal of two group practices in Surrey and also sees patients in central London where she lives.
Her special interest is women’s healthcare (including pregnancy, postnatal and menopause related conditions.)
Nadine also worked at Hyde Park Veterinary Centre for 20 years as part of their multidisciplinary team. She has lectured internationally and co wrote 2 chapters, the Dog and the Cat, in the groundbreaking book, Animal Osteopathy, published in 2020.
In recent years Nadine has become increasingly involved in the politics of healthcare to ensure the future of Osteopathy and its greatest availability to support the health of the nation.
Telephone: 0207 485 3579
‘I believe in an integrated approach to healthcare and lifestyle for the whole family, including pets!’
BA(Psych) DO.ND. Registered Osteopath and Registered Naturopath
I treat a broad range of patients including pregnant mothers and babies and children of all ages and adults. My approach includes Cranial and Structural Osteopathic Techniques and I have been in practice for over 32 years.
I have a background in treating physical and emotional trauma and have found that a gentle approach is empowering and healing.
Currently I am training as a Family Constellation Therapist.
My Osteopathic Practice is in Primrose Hill, London NW1
‘By addressing the body and listening to a patient’s feelings an osteopath enables the body’s self-healing mechanisms to become a potent force for change, and rebalances the structure and function of the individual.’