About George Parker
George Parker’s interest in nature, the body, and the spirit began at a young age. Even as a teenager, he spent his free time exploring nature, horseback riding, practicing judo and kung fu, and studying spirituality and philosophy. With major influences from Stuart Wilde, Dr. Emmett Miller, M.D. and Anthony Robbins, these early experiences continue to provide a foundation for the work and study of a lifetime.
This curiosity and passion led Parker to spend the past two decades collecting a multitude of skills, experiences and expertise in all things natural, spiritual, psychological and physiological. Over the years, he has studied and practiced a wide variety of naturopathic techniques, including various massage therapies, aromatherapies, Transcendental Meditation, Thought Field Therapy, Reiki, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, herbal medicine, and many others.
Since graduating from the Health Sciences (Naturopathy) program at Endeavour College Of Natural Health, Parker further expanded his practice, while simultaneously honing his areas of specialisation. Currently, he specialises in treatment and support for psychological distress (specifically depression and anxiety), cardiovascular pathologies, and cancer therapy support. He practices general naturopathy as well.
George Parker, N.D., fully embraces the concept of life-long learning, and continues to develop his skills and expertise, keeping up with current and cutting-edge developments in naturopathic medicine. Parker currently resides in Shepparton, Victoria, where he provides naturopathic consultations locally.
Certifications, Qualifications & Expertise:
- B.H.Sc (Nat), Endeavour College Of Natural Health
- Dip RM : Diploma of Remedial Massage
- TFTdx: Thought Field Therapy (TFT)
- Reiki 2nd degree
- Traditional Chinese Massage
- Aromatherapy & Aromatic Medicine
- Intentional Counselling
- Neuro-Linguistic Programming
- Transcendental Meditation
- “Alpha Dynamics” training
- Film & Television Performance (416 hrs)
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Stuart Wilde workshops