She enjoys working with clients with emotional and relationship issues, helping them to create positive changes in their life.
Self driven and with a practical organisational capacity, she has used her ability to focus, and her “just do it” attitude, to create one of the largest Specialised Kinesiology Teaching schools in South Africa.
She recently became an ICPKP FAC 1 Faculty Trainer after spending several intensive weeks working hard to meet the competency requirements and teaching the FAC 1 workshop alongside Dr Dewe in Melbourne, Australia. This means that besides teaching the full ICPKP diploma programme, Margie is now qualified to train Kinesiologists who want to become trainers of the ICPKP programme.
Margie is an accredited riding instructor, and a successful dressage competitor. Her longstanding love for horses has led her to seek ways of creating co-operation and understanding with the horse by using the clicker training method. She is also pioneering the use of kinesiology techniques and exploring natural feeding methods for horses in South Africa. At the moment Margie is involved in setting up workshops for corporate companies using horses as a metaphor for positive re-enforcement.
She has a deep desire to promote the use of natural sustainable methods of building, gardening, water and energy use. She is studying Permaculture methods and is interested in promoting sustainable Livelihoods to local communities. She is a founding member of the Greater Kyalami Conservancy (GEKCO) and Just Environmental Action (JEA)