Moraig DeWitt

The Therapist:Moraig has spent many years in the retail sector of Natural and Alternative medicine.

Moraig specialises in Reflexology as she has seen so many benefits and is a firm believer in the power of this particular therapy.  She has pursued her learning to gain a Distinction in Advanced reflexology. 
Her Diplomas were gained with the School of Natural Health Sciences (S.N.H.S)

Accredited with the International Institute for Complementary Therapies (I.I.C.T)

as well as The International College of Holistic Medicine (I.C.H.M)
Her Qualifications as a Therapist include:
~ Aromatherapy - A Grade
~ Ayurvedic Indian Head Massage - A Grade (relaxation)
~ Ayurvedic Facial Rejuvenation - A Grade (relaxation & anti-wrinkle)
~ Holistic Massage - A Grade (relaxation & wellness)
~ Hot and Cold Stone Therapy - Distinction Grade (relaxation & wellness)
~ Advanced Reflexology - Distinction Grade (wellness)
~ Acupressure -A Grade (wellness)

Wildlife and portrait artist ...... reflexologist and holistic massage therapist

Moraig deWitt - Wildlife, Portrait Artist, Reflexologist, Holistic Therapist

Hi there...

Moraig de Witt is originally from Cape Town she now lives with her husband, 2 dogs and a hare in Normandy France on the grounds of Chateau du Mont where her husband holds the position of Estate Manager and she works with him as Chef and House Manager on a part time basis.  She writes a blog,  Footpath To France,  on the ups and downs of adapting to life in France.


The Artist:Moraig, a self taught artist, has also illustrated Educational Textbooks for ViaAfrica  - a company providing educational books in South Africa.  She is an Internationally sold artist, with numerous portrait commissions and botanical artwork to add to her portfolio of work.  She works mainly in Pastel along with Colour Pencil and watercolour pencils.  Her primary love is Wildlife; anything nature oriented, contributing to its conservation and capturing it's beautiful detail onto paper.  When it comes to faces, her main aim is to put the personality, the light in the eyes and the emotion surrounding the face onto paper in the form of portraits.