Mark offers a way to realign oneself with a deeper calling for health. This is supported through his work as an Healer and Herbalist. Through renewing our connection with the place where this voice comes from, we enter a space of potentiality where we can recreate ourselves. In remembering our primal relationships to Spirit, to the Earth, to all our Relations we offer ourselves a doorway to move forward in a real sense. Deepening these relationships gives us belonging, and meaning, and in turn, a profound sense of health.
Mark is an Ayurvedic Practitioner having trained in 2011 with Dr Mauroof Athique of Ayurveda College UK and in 2013 with Dr Deepa Apke of Ayurveda Pura, London. Since 2017 Mark has worked with Traditional Herbal Medicine in regard to Western, Chinese and Ayurvedic herbs and is qualified as a Professional Herbalist of the East West Planetary Herbalism School. Mark’s passion with herbal medicine has been to apply the unbroken, sophisticated science of eastern medical diagnosis and understanding of disease to our use of western medicinal plants for the well-being and health of all.
As East and West are reuniting, so too are the North and South. Mark continues his training with medicine teachers from Ecuador in a tradition that unites North and South American Indigenous Earth-based healing practices. He has also trained in 2011 for three years with Chris Luttichau of the Northern Drum Shamanic Training Centre who lived for twenty years with the Native People of North America. He holds a BA (Hons) in Philosophy and a Diploma in Sustainable Horticulture.
Mark lives in Devon and see clients online and at his clinic in Totnes and Exeter. He also runs regular workshops in herbal medicine-making, notably first-aid and remedies for children.
He is an insured practitioner and a member of the United Register of Herbal Practitioners (URHP).