Amanda Gwynne
Amanda Gwynne



A long career in nursing and midwifery both in this country and abroad led to an interest in health and well-being both for myself and others. I changed my diet and focused on a healthier lifestyle.

I enrolled at the college and trained in complementary therapies. As my passion and interest in natural health continued following my own physical symptoms from food intolerances, I discovered bioresonance and subsequently trained as a bioresonance therapist.

I now run my own successful practice, offering a wide range of testing packages including a full physical and health MOT. I can also test for allergy and food intolerances. I follow an integrated holistic approach focusing on the whole person. 

Distance saliva testing packages are also available for those that cannot attend in person.

Since I was a child I have always loved animals. I was always rescuing injured or lost animals and birds. From the age of nine I developed a passion for horses so I learnt to ride. I used to spend most of my time at the stables during the holidays. I also grew up with animals, and I have had the joy of owning my own cats and dogs. I really enjoy working with dogs, cats and horses using bioresonance therapy as they are so receptive and respond positively to treatment.

Complimenting my professional qualifications and experience, I have completed studies in complementary therapies including Bio-resonance therapy, reflexology, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and hypnotherapy.

My test packages include diagnostic testing for a wide range of symptoms including chronic inflammation and diseases followed by harmonisation of any imbalances detected.

I am a member of the CThA (Complementary Therapies Association).

Note: None of the therapies on this website should be considered instead of medical advice from your doctor. Please continue with your medical treatment as prescribed.