Clinic Update due to Corona virus:
The Art of Being Selectively Selfish

The Art of Being Selectively Selfish

It’s International Women’s Day, and on just posting an article which I enjoyed, on not being a slave to doing everything, I thought it was worth expanding upon the theme.   Most of my patients in clinic are women.  Men…

Three years and counting…

Three years and counting…

For me, the 14th of February is not about Valentine’s Day.  For me, this is the day that I first opened my clinic three years ago, in Pakington St, Geelong West.  I had worked before this, obviously.  I had been…

Losing weight by eating real food the Ultra Lite way.
Discipline, healthy habits and routine:

Discipline, healthy habits and routine:

What is it about January that makes us behave like we are on a permanent weekend?  I know it’s not just me – all of my patients who came in this month have been the same: socialising, sleeping in, having…

How to manage smoke and the after effects of fire in the environment:
Working life of a Naturopath

Working life of a Naturopath

There are days when you wonder if you know enough to treat the health of those who come in with their complicated cases.  And there are days when you realise that you are making a difference in the lives of…

Immune Boosting Soup from your Naturopath

Immune Boosting Soup from your Naturopath

At this time of the year, it is important to stay well.  I tend to recommend lovely remedies such as elderberry tincture, which I can make up for you in clinic, which is proven to help fight the influenza virus,…

Willpower, New Years Resolutions and other forms of self control.
Detox is not a dirty word.. Living clean for October.

Detox is not a dirty word.. Living clean for October.

I actually rarely use the term “detoxification” these day, in preference for recognising our body’s ability to clear itself from toxins, without defined need for additional clearance.  That being the case, I am running a month of “Spring Cleaning” which…