Brandon Raynor is the founder of Brandon Raynor’s Massage and Natural Therapies School and the head of the International Natural Therapies Association.
Brandon Raynor is a fully qualified Naturopath and Massage and Shiatsu therapist. He also hold Diplomas in Chinese and Ayurvedic Medicine and has been a worldwide advocate for promoting Natural medicine.
Here is a video about Brandon Raynor and the Raynor Massage and Natural Therapies School.
Brandon Raynor started learning Naturopathic medicine in 1991 and graduated as a Remedial Massage Therapist in 1991 and a Shiatsu therapist in 1992 and a Naturopath in 1994. He worked in the field for many years in Sydney, Byron Bay, the Blue Mountains and Brisbane and by 1997 was teaching shiatsu and Therapeutic Massage Courses in Sydney. The courses were very successful and by 2000 Brandon Raynor started his school Brandon Raynor ‘s School of Natural Therapies which later became Brandon Raynor ‘s Massage and Natural Therapies School. The style of massage that Brandon Raynor taught was quite unique and a result of his many years of experience with a variety of massage styles and by 2003 his style became known as Raynor massage.
Please read reviews from our past students in our Google reviews for our Raynor Massage School in Australia and Google reviews for our Raynor massage school in New Zealand, Google reviews for our UK courses as well our general Facebook reviews for the Raynor massage school worldwide.
Brandon’s school now holds Raynor massage courses all over the world. Please see our Worldwide Raynor massage course calendar for more details.
He also offers courses in other forms of Natural Therapies including a Wholefood Nutrition course, a Vegan Nutrition Course, Herbal Medicine course , Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine, Flower essences from around the world, an Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology course and a Naturopathy course.
Brandon Raynor now resides with his wife Cori and their children in Queensland, near Gympie and are setting up a 17 acre property called Raynor Naturopathic Gardens and Wildlife reserve.
Since clearing the property of invasive weeds many native animals have been coming back to the area such as koalas.’