John Oxlade
ThetaHealing Certificate of Science Master practitioner and teacher

About John

Growing up I would always question everything and you could say I only believed things on the basis of “evidence” in one form or another; usually visual or at least easily recorded and documented. I always considered myself to be the logical one in the family. That said, over time I have come to feel that there is definitely something more going on than can be explained by my scientific upbringing.

I worked in Information Technology (IT) for almost 30 years in both the United Kingdom and Germany.

My ex-wife introduced me to a number of complementary-healing techniques including Reiki but more significantly (for me) ThetaHealing®. I learnt Theta' Basic back in 2010 but my real insights came about when I did ThetaHealing® Intuitive Anatomy in early 2017. I then chose to go on and do my initial instructor's training in Montana in 2017 and attained my Certificate of Science in ThetaHealing (one level up from a Master) in Montana in 2019.

No one was more surprised than myself when I realised I could heal.

In my time using ThetaHealing, I have witnessed many things that conventional science simply cannot explain, and my “epiphany moment” was accepting that I don’t have to understand how everything works, I just know that it does.

I have encountered a lot of people who simply do not understand spiritual “healing”, and I would be happy to explain it from my perspective, but to really appreciate it you need to experience it for yourself.

The key is to be open-minded.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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Certified ThetaHealing® Certificate of Science Master practitioner and instructor

Te Aroha, New Zealand

Maybe another way to learn more about me is to see some of my other interests/passions:



Animals - specifically Cats

My father was a train driver (engineer) on British Railways for 43 years, and my mother's father was too. My sister also went onto the railway and with "railways in the blood" it was kind-of inevitable that I would have an interest too. In fact, it was probably only because I had to wear eyeglasses from an early age that stopped me from following in their footsteps.

I am interested in pretty-much anything that runs on rails, though for some reason, I have always had more of an interest in smaller railways on so-called narrow-gauge tracks.

I like good science-fiction: Interstellar, Mission to Mars, The Martian, Arrival, Star Trek (most of the films and TV series), Stargate, the Matrix trilogy, Avatar, Dr. Strange, Ender's Game, Passengers.

Some romantic: Ghost, Message in a Bottle, Sleepless in Seattle.

Just good storylines: The Way, The Right Stuff, Shawshank Redemption, A Matter of Life and Death, Inside Out, The Men Who Stare at Goats, The Blind Side, Hidden Figures, Collateral Beauty.


I have a soft spot for animals, especially furry ones and I got a cat from the rescue centre. This is Tiddles (alas now passed away).




I enjoy all sorts of music - depending on the mood I am in, and my tastes have also changed a lot over time. I now enjoy country music - which is quite a change from the rock-n-roll I enjoyed in the past.

I enjoy walking in nature - especially the hils and mountains, and enjoy getting back to nature in the forests and bush of New Zealand.

I have always loved photography though in recent years I haven't had the opportunities I would have liked.

Amongst other things, I took the photo in the banner at the top of my website which has both a sunset and a rainbow in the same shot.