About Us

Director Jonathan originally hails from the UK, the little town of Bingley in the fair Shire of West Yorkshire. The emblem of Yorkshire is the white rose, hence the clinic name.

The rose flower represents the head, the stem the curve of the spine. The leaves signifying the shoulder and pelvic region in other words the human form. The hands are the tools used to provide  holistic health care from our Osteopathic and Acupuncture services.

White Rose Osteopaths:

Jonathan Warin

Jonathan or Jonny has been dubbed the ‘streetwise osteo’ by former colleagues due to his wide ranging life experiences. Jonny is passionate about getting his patients back to what they need to be doing quickly. He is known for his direct approach, incorporating a variety of complimentary techniques to facilitate healing in treatment plans. He predominantly applies structural or functional osteopathy techniques.

Qualified with a Bachelor of Science with Honors he was originally planning on pursuing physiotherapy but a visit to the British College of Osteopathic Medicine resulted in a change of direction.  He has never looked back. After graduating in 2003 Jonny left the UK and moved to New Zealand. First settling in Rotorua before moving to Auckland in 2005.

Prior to opening his New Lynn clinic White Rose Osteopathy in June 2018, Jonny worked for several reputable osteopathy clinics in Auckland. A West Auckland local Jonny is involved with the local sporting community, providing osteopathic services on and off the field for Suburbs RFC premier and reserves teams for the last 5 years.


  • BSc (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine
  • Dip Osteopathy
  • Dip of Naturopathy
  • Post Grad Cert in Western Medical Acupuncture


Zita Lusack

Zita graduated from the British College of Osteopathic medicine in 2007. Her former training as a gymnast has given her a good grounding in body movement and posture which she is enthusiastic in passing on to her patients.

Zita has spent a reasonable amount of time in the treatment room as a patient and understands the needs of patients with a wide range of injuries.

She became British champion in 1994 and went on to compete in 4 world championships and 3 European championships for Great Britain. She won a commonwealth team gold medal, all around bronze and a silver medal on the beam in the 1994 Victoria games.

Zita was a member of Cirque du Soleil where she was part of the show, Alegria in the Fast Track dicipline. She has also performed circus skills in trapeze tissue and hoop with the New Millennium Experience Company .

When not practicing osteopathy, Zita volenteers at BirdCare in Green Bay, is a member of Auckland Samba band playing the shaker and also dances Cuban salsa of which she is part of a Rueda team here in Auckland.


  • Bsc (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine