Erin has taught at SPCNM for over a decade. She has 25 years of clinical massage and naturopathic experience and has specialised in working with pregnant women throughout parturition, labour and in the early weeks thereafter. She is passionate about clinicians taking time out to nurture themselves, with bodywork playing a significant role in their emotional, physical and mental well-being.

Her current passion is being part of a research team looking at the nearly 50 years of available history of the South Pacific College of Natural Medicine which will be complete by mid-2014.

The other courses Erin teaches are: Massage, and Mind and Body with Wayne Hill. She also works in Paua Clinic as both practitioner and clinic supervisor.

For relaxation she drives fire trucks, goes to the gym and consumes novels.

Erin’s dedication and commitment to the College and its work has been recently extended this year, 2013, to her role on the SPCNM Board of Trustees. Please click here to view Erin’s Board profile.

Research (ongoing)

  • History of the College – Book (co-authored with Dr J. Neumann)
  • Graduate Practitioners: Report on induction of graduate practitioners at Paua clinic (co-authored with R. Carruthers)