ABOUT JONATHAN & THE CLINIC
Only 15 minutes from the Lincoln Road off ramp, and a mere 20km from the city center. The practice offers privacy and a peaceful place to relax during the treatment.
THE CLINIC SPACE
Eftpos is Available
ConTact C.A.R.E. treatments take place in a private treatment room, set up to provide a relaxing environment. Partners, friends and children are more than welcome to attend, with both toys and reading material available.
Due to the nature of our practice a separate waiting room is currently unavailable, instead treatments are scheduled to avoid overlaps. Your comfort is the most important element, so please wear comfortable & appropriate clothing. Ideally something you won't mind moving around in if its required.
PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME - if you are going to be late please let me know as soon as you can, late arrivals may result in shorter treatment times due to other bookings. If you do happen to arrive early, please wait in your car, especially if there are other clients still here.
CANCELLATION NOTICE - If you can't make your treatment for whatever reason please provide at least 24 hours notice. Less than 24 hours notice regrettably incurs a 50% treatment fee of $60. Not showing up incurs the full treatment cost.
Former business lecturer turned health practitioner, Jonathan is the founder of the Auckland ConTact C.A.R.E clinic & equine provider EquiCare, Auckland’s leading provider for Contact C.A.R.E. Flinchlock Release® treatments for humans, horses and companion animals. He is both a registered practitioner and foundation course instructor.
For the past six years he has been involved in equine rehabilitation and performance. His clinical practice for people was established in 2013 and rapidly expanded to treat individuals from all walks of life. Treating every individual as a case by case basis, time is taken to truly understand the situation in a holistic manner. Genuine and willing to listen, Jonathan loves putting the 'puzzle' together in a way clients can easily understand.
A loving husband and devoted father of two young boys. When not involved with treatments his time is spent with the family and their animals. Writing, research and woodworking are also longstanding interests that round out his days.