Markus van der Westhuizen

Markus van der Westhuizen
PROVINCE: Western Cape
AREA: Woodstock and Tulbagh
PHONE: 072 952 3630
PKP Practitioner
Markus van der Westhuizen facilitates healing through his extensive and in-depth understanding of energy work. His clients benefit from his expertise in a range of modalities including Kinesiology, Crystal and Aura healing, and Herbalism. Markus draws on 20 years of experience in the field of healing, and holds himself to uncompromising levels of excellence. He has a keen ability to pinpoint solutions to seemingly complicated stresses, always remaining grounded and pragmatic, while at the same time empathetic. This combined with his sincerity, genuine care for others and generosity of spirit sets him apart. Starting with Crystal Healing training in 1992, Markus has since added Aura Healing, Herbalism, Curanderismo, Holistic Massage, Reiki, Indian Head Massage, Shiatsu, Hara Massage, Kinesiology, Dry Needling, Kinesio-Taping, Quantum Bio-Resonance Scanning and Soul Plan Readings to his repertoire. He is currently furthering his studies in the field of shamanic from an Andean as well as South African perspective. Initially working as qualified Graphic Designer and Design Lecturer by day and offering treatments, advice and herbal remedies wherever and whenever he could, Markus moved into his full time healing practice in 2007. Markus has developed a technique called Energetic Recalibration, which focuses on recalibrating the proprioceptors in the body to allow it to come back into natural alignment and to encourage self-­healing. He also prepares highly specialised Herbal Tinctures and Crystal Essences, currently distributed in South Africa and abroad. Markus has served as the administrator to the Reiki Masters Association of South Africa and also established and co-ordinated an interactive social network for Reiki Master Practitioners and Teachers. The focus upon sharing of information between Reiki Masters as a means to develop teachers and raise the standard of Reiki training in South Africa.