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Brydon, Nadia

Nadia Brydon MNIMH. Dip Phyt. MRCHM. Dip Ac. MAR. MBRCP, HMA (Student Member) has been involved in Complementary and Alternative Medicine for over 20 years. She currently runs a private Herbal Medicine and natural health practice offering one to one consultations in London. In addition she runs classes, one day seminars and evening tutorials on detoxification, juicing, sprouting, raw food prep demos and how to live a healthy life.

Nadia has qualifications in Western Herbal Medicine, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Bowen Therapy, Iridology, Vodder Lymph Drainage Massage, sports injuries and Ayurvedic Massage Therapy. She is presently completing her training in Homeopathy. In addition she qualified in Florida as an Hippocrates Health Educator and in California as an Associate Raw and Living Food Chef and Instructor. She is presently undertaking a part time MSc at Westminster University in Advanced Professional Practice.

She is a Member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists, Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine, Association of Reflexologists, British Register of Complementary Practitioners and a Student Member of the Homeopathic Medical Association.

Nutritional Therapy, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Chinese Herbal Medicine
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