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“New science is going to return us to Ancient Wisdom”
– Bruce Lipton.



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Learn all about naturopathy and discover effective ways to restore your body!



Come along with us as we take you through your own individualised natural healing process.

Frequently Asked


Get all the answers to your burning questions.

Welcome to the Naturopath’s House.

I am a degree qualified naturopath drawing on the inspiration and knowledge imparted from both traditional healers and current educators of today.  

This career path was solidified for me when a naturopath set me on the road to recovery when I was in the absolute depths of chronic health issues in my late teens. Needless to say, since this time, health has been an absolute priority and something I am actively grateful for each day.   

The Naturopath’s House has been created to help people on their paths to wellness as I was helped on mine. My home clinic space has been created so you can sit down, relax, take a deep breath and enjoy a cuppa tea whilst we discuss all things your health.  

I am looking forward to meeting you.  

Supporting your wellbeing, 


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Naturopathic medicine is rooted in 6 principles of healing including:

What is Naturopathy?

Naturopathy is a holistic healthcare approach that emphasises natural remedies and lifestyle modifications to support the body's innate healing abilities. Naturopaths work to assess individual health needs and address the root cause of illness.

The foundational goal of this approach is to promote overall health and well-being by encouraging the body's natural healing processes.

Naturopathy as a practice has deep roots in traditional medicine.

Our 5 Step Approach


Getting to know you, your health journey, and your wellness goals.

Upon the booking process you will have the opportunity to complete a detailed initial intake form.

This process allows you to share your health journey thus far, your chief health concerns as well as your long-term ideal wellness goals. This process also allows me to best prepare for our time together.  


Connecting the dots between your primary health concerns and other key body systems.

In consultation we will thoroughly discussion your medical history and current health concerns. From here we can review other relevant body systems as well as diet and lifestyle factors that may be contributing to your health status.

By understanding the interplay between different systems and associated influencing factors, we can gain insights into potential imbalances to be addressed.  


Gaining invaluable insight into your health picture through a physical examination. 

After discussing your health in detail we will complete a physical examination. This includes: Iridology, which involves reviewing the colour, texture, markings and patterns in the iris; a tongue examination, reviewing the shape, coating, cracks, and/or changes in texture; and lastly the nails, reviewing the colour, texture and markings visible. Each sign observed may reveal potential body organs and/or systems that need extra support as well nutritional deficiencies and/or imbalances.  


Creating a customised treatment plan to support you. 

At the conclusion of the consultation, I will create an individualised health plan to address your unique needs and goals.

Often one or more of the following may be recommended: Nutritional advice, lifestyle recommendations, herbal medicine, mineral therapy, flower essences and/or functional testing. 


Another 1:1 check in

After our initial consultation a follow up consultation is often recommended in 4-6 weeks’ time. This give us the chance to evaluate how well the treatment plan is working, identify any positive changes and address any areas that may require modification or further attention.

The ultimate goal is to make a plan to support you in maintaining health gains beyond the initial treatment phase with a focus on sustaining health long term.  

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