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JONATHAN TARR
Lic. Ac., DCHAc., CMIR, MSAAc, BSS-Do Dip(T) 

Jonathan is a phenomenal human being with a great sense of humour. He genuinely cares about his patients and students and continues to expand on his knowledge, learning and life. His early career in the early 1990’s started in energy medicine or vibrational healing with the National Federation of Spiritual Healers (NFSH), learning and subsequently being invited to teach Shiatsu at The British School of Shiatsu-Do (London), The City Lit and Mary Ward. From macrobiotics to Chinese medicine, Jonathan followed the path of acupuncture and auricular acupuncture completing these studies in 2004, the same year he was awarded the Winston Churchill Fellowship, which allowed him to go to the source of his studies: China, gaining valuable clinical experience at the Guangamen Hospital in Beijing.

A lifelong interest in music and sound recently brought the work of Fabien Maman to Jonathan’s attention with sound healing and tuning forks, which he now offers as a popular ‘acupuncture without needles’ treatment.

Jonathan continues to share his gifts and knowledge as:

  • Director, Ki People (treatments, workshops, events)

  • Senior Lecturer, The College of Auricular Acupuncture

  • Chair, Microsystems Acupuncture Society

  • Founding Member of MAcRWG 

  • Committee Member of The British Acupuncture Federation (BAF)

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SIWAN QUINN BRATTON
BSc.,(Hons)Lic. Ac.,CMIR, MAS, BSS-Do Dip(T) 

Siwan was born to a Celtic mother and Anglo(Irish)-Indian father and grew up in the Middle East. From a very young age Siwan was attuned to the healing energies of vibrational medicine, a sense passed on through the Celtic line of her mother and grandmother, and influenced by her Indian roots and growing up in the Middle East. It was her grandmother who encouraged her to develop these abilities which was the first step of (an ongoing) fascinating journey through spiritual healing, mediumship, shiatsu and getting her degree (in 2001) in Chinese medicine and acupuncture.

One of the many highlights was living and teaching in China as a foreign expert at the Beijing University of Chinese medicine

Inheriting her mothers passion for cooking and being influenced by world cuisine, food will most certainly be at the heart of many of her prescriptions for health! Hedonistic Epicureanism, to Live Long and Live Well.

  • Director, Ki People (treatments, workshops, events) since 1995

  • Secretary, Microsystems Acupuncture Society since 2007

  • Course Director, Senior Lecturer for The College of Auricular Acupuncture since 2007