Diane Sorrell is the business owner and sole Integrative Health Practitioner at Body•Mind•Health. She is Passionate about all aspects of health, especially accelerating potential, integrating optimum physical and mental health and the transformation in to wellness.
Diane utilises a number of different skills to improve the quality of lives. She uses a variety of complementary therapies, with a belief in traditional medicine (with her immediate family in the medical profession).
Diane is an experienced manipulative physiotherapist. She completed her undergraduate physiotherapy training in Otago (1990) and obtained her Post Graduate qualifications at AUT in 1995, followed by PAANZ acupuncture training in 1996. She has managed and worked in a variety of physiotherapy practices in Auckland, Wellington and London and establishment of a sports clinic in St. Anton, Austria.
Diane also has a keen interest in the mind / body connection and how it relates to disease. She has trained extensively in Neurolink (Applied Kinesiology) and recently NIS and Psych_K. and incorporates these techniques into her treatments.
She was an athlete at an early age, competing in a variety of sports including swimming, triathlons and running.
Diane has recently completed the BradCliff® Certification programme and is involved with the teaching on this course.
Diane now works with people of all walks of life:
- children with learning difficulties and food intolerances
- high performance athletes with injuries
- sufferers of chronic pain and migraines, fatigue, hormonal imbalances,
- anxiety and hyperventilation syndrome
Her main areas of interest include:
- Maintaining wellness and balance
- Asthma or allergies/intolerances
- Women’s health - including fertility and hormonal balance
- Stress and symptoms including chronic fatigue, adrenal fatigue, insomnia
- Children - learning difficulties, spectrums such as autism, behaviour
- Emotional balance, including anxiety and depression
- Chronic illnesses - including cancer
- Sports injuries, including physical pain/issues and concussion
- Headaches and migraines