Auricular Acupuncture College
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Our Team

Our Team

 
 
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Jonathan Tarr, Lic.Ac., CMIR, DCHAc., BSS-Do (T)
Principle of The College of Auricular Acupuncture.

Jonathan Tarr is a fully trained Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM body / Auricular Acupuncturist and Shiatsu practitioner and teacher. He trained with Chinese doctors at the Acumedic Foundation in London, England, continuing his personal and professional development in Beijing, China. Jonathan was awarded The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship 2004, presented by Her Majesty the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Dedicated to continued improvement in education and standards of practice, Jonathan is also committed to global research and the development of Auricular Acupuncture as a form of complementary therapy.

 
 
 
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Siwan Quinn Bratton, BSc.(Hons) TCM Lic.Ac., CMIR, BSS-Do (T)

Siwan has been the course director for the College of Auricular Acupuncture and Secretary of the Society of Auricular Acupuncturists since 2007. She has had the honour and privilege of teaching in China at the Beijing University of Chinese medicine from 2005-2006. What an amazing experience! Shortly after her return to the UK, she was invited to be a part of the team at The College of Auricular Acupuncture. Her background is eclectic and varied, from Acupuncture to Shiatsu to Nutritional Healing. Siwan has an insatiable desire to help herself and others break barriers to leading life to the full and bloom with vitality and health. 

 
 
 
Life with the College has been and continues to be highly rewarding. When people tell me how much Auricular Acupuncture has changed their life or saved their life, it is very humbling. I love working with our learners from all corners of the globe and hope to be a part of Auricular Acupuncture becoming as widely used and highly respected in the UK as it is in other parts of the World.
— Siwan Quinn Bratton