Marnie Rowllings Naturopath on Wellness Services and Optimal Health Care

Interviewed by Tim LynchJuly 2, 2014
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Marnie and John, who is the Director of Global Health Clinics, chat through new frontier holistic health services which are helping people of all ages throughout New Zealand with personalised wellness programs.

Global Health Clinics helps people with a wide range of conditions from immunity and muscular skeletal issues, through to serious illness including advanced cancer and heart disease.

Marnie guides her clients through the range of options at Global Health. The clinic offers clients a one stop, whole health centre with fully integrated systems, from high tech analytic equipment through to muscular skeletal adjustments. They combine advanced technology with ageless wisdom and compassionate empathy.

John and Marnie discuss a variety of new approaches to wellbeing including Marnie's passion of conscious preconception and pregnancy preparation through to early childhood care, along with new concepts such as epigenetics and quantum healing which are changing the shape of health care.

Society for too long has operated an ambulance at bottom of the cliff mentality, whereas these new practices involve conscious wellbeing, and proactive life skills and lifestyle systems.

Marnies background was in Tourism and Digital Marketing here in New Zealand and London. However after being successfully treated using natural therapies in her early 20's for chronic fatigue, food allergies, and gastrointestinal disorders including candida, a seed was planted towards all things natural, alive and powerful.

This led her to study part time towards a naturopathic qualification in London. However a draw home to her roots saw her return to New Zealand to immerse herself in Naturopathy as a lifestyle and career, completing a Bachelor of Naturopathy in Auckland. As some may know, when you enter the world of natural medicine and kick start the path of self-development, theres no turning back! Her life has completely changed as she's been exposed to so much beauty, honesty and gratitude that being part of this industry brings.

She is now working as a Naturopath at Global Health, along with supporting the clinic in a Wellness Services Manager position. She feels utterly blessed and honoured to have the opportunity to meet, connect and help others reach their full and amazing potential every day. As mentioned she is passionate about parent/child wellbeing, especially preconception and pregnancy care. Awareness and recognition of the importance of good quality nutrition, along with optimising fertility and hormonal health for both women and men is of huge importance.

Her dream is to open a wellness centre dedicated to divine feminine awareness, exploration and embodiment, along with nurturing all aspects of maternal wellbeing utilising naturopathy, nutrition, herbal medicine, bio energetic body work, musculoskeletal, lifestyle, yoga and meditation and more!

Contact Marnie at Global Health Clinics by calling (09) 488 0208 or Click here to read more and make a booking.

John Coombs has had an eclectic career from superannuation consultancy to fashion exports, through organic food retailing and health food manufacturing for supermarkets, to practical ecological advocacy and manufacturing of Eco products for land and water care.

John sees this work as similar to that involved with the Silicon Valley revolution and the work of Apple which changed the face of technology from a one size fits all mentality developed by IBM and Xerox to one focused on developing practical operating systems with numerous personal options and individualised benefits for each client.

Contact John at Global Health Clinics by calling (09) 488 0208 or on

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Tim Lynch

Tim Lynch, is a New Zealander, who is fortunate in that he has whakapapa, or a bloodline that connects him to the Aotearoan Maori. He has been involved as an activist for over 40 years - within the ecological, educational, holistic, metaphysical, spiritual & nuclear free movements. He sees the urgency of the full spectrum challenges that are coming to meet us, and is putting his whole life into being an advocate for todays and tomorrows children. 'To Mobilise Consciousness.'

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