Love Your Bones

Meet Kate BoneKate Bone, Love Your Bones Osteopath

BAppSci (Human Biology) M. Osteopathy (Hons)
OCNZ and ACC Registered Osteopath

After completing five years of osteopathic training, Kate has been a registered osteopath since 2012. She’s recognized in the wider community for her ability to help all kinds of people achieve their health related goals. When you put yourself in Kate’s hands you can expect individualized treatment that is focused on results, as well as advice about how to help yourself.

Meet Martin LambertMartin Lambert, Love Your Bones Osteopath

BAppSci (Human Biology) M. Osteopathy
OCNZ and ACC Registered Osteopath, MONZ

I discovered osteopathy in my 20s while on my OE in London and, after what had been a varied career involving washing dishes, delivery mail and working for the New Zealand government, I qualified in 2006 with a Masters in Osteopathy.  Since qualifying I have worked in busy Osteopathic practices in Blenheim, Whangarei and Auckland before joining Kate at Love Your Bones and settling in Rotorua in 2017.

I am passionate about working with patients of all ages and conditions to improve wellbeing and achieve positive outcomes. I especially enjoy working with newborns and children and have a particular interest in tongue ties in babies. I am a member of Osteopaths New Zealand  and was previously Chair of the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand.

Since graduating I have engaged in ongoing professional education, undertaking postgraduate training in Cranial Osteopathy with the Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation and ongoing programmes in Biodynamic Osteopathy, as well as postgraduate studies in Healthcare Ethics.  I am part of the Osteopathic Children’s Foundation, volunteering monthly in Hamilton to provide treatment to children in need.

Outside of osteopathy I spend as much time as I can with my young son Benedict and wife Leanne, am a keen mountainbiker, occasional surfer, dormant triathlete and enjoy good coffee.

Meet Victoria Huggett


Victoria has been a sports therapy practitioner prior to graduating with a Masters of Osteopathy from British School of Osteopathy in 2016.

She then moved to New Zealand and practiced osteopathy in Rotorua specializing in classic, visceral, structural osteopathy along with Western Dry Needling & kinesiology taping.

Victoria enjoys treating a wide range of problems with a view of achieving optimal health of the patient not only through the treatment but also by education of the patient and prescription of the stretches and exercises tailored for each individual. She is also enjoying treating post- and prenatal women.

In her spare time, she is doing Postgraduate certificate in Health Science, yoga, boxing, walking, cycling, and swimming.