SAENA Executive

Kerry Durrand


Kerry joined the SAENA Executive in November 2014.  Kerry is qualified in Canine Myofunctional Therapy and in Small Animal Nutrition.  Her interest in animal naturopathy started when one of her dogs suffered a serious injury at a young age, and quickly became committed to learning about different modalities and the significant improvements they can make to overall health.  She is keen to assist SAENA in its efforts in promoting natural medicine as a widely accepted and positive form of treatment for animals.

Jane-Louise Conlon

Vice President

Jane-Louise join the SAENA Executive in 2016.  She holds qualifications in Canine Myofunctional Therapy, Small Animal Nutrition and has been actively involved in dog sports with her two Hungarian Vizslas.  Jane-Louise operates a canine health practice in Brisbane and seeks to optimise the health and happiness of dogs through natural treatment modalities.  As a member of the Executive, Jane-Louise actively assists SAENA to promote the benefits of natural medicine for companion animals and support practitioners working in the natural medicine profession.

Laura Johnson

Secretary & Treasurer

Laura joined SAENA in 2016 and joined the Executive in July 2017.  Laura is qualified in Canine Myofunctional Therapy and operates her own small business incorporating dog massage into her already existing pet feeding and dog walking business, based in rural Victoria.

Having owned and cared for pets all her life, Laura is passionate about all animals, their health, happiness and wellbeing.  She enjoys seeing how dogs respond to her massage sessions.  She currently owns two rescue dogs and two horses.

Laura is looking forward to contributing on the SAENA Executive, working with our members and promoting the benefits of small animal and equine naturopathic and holistic health.

Sandi Rogers

Founder / Past President

Sandi founded SAENA in 2006 in response to the growing recognition of and demand for the need for an Association that sets standards in education and professional practice in the fields of natural therapies for animals. A qualified Medical Herbalist, Naturopath, Reflexognosist, Lecturer, Massage Therapist, and Founder of the National College of Traditional Medicine, Sandi also has a Masters in Education and Training and a Doctoral Degree. Having published many papers and authored books on natural medicine, Sandi is also in demand on the corporate speaking circuit with engagements both nationally and internationally.