Three important lessons I learnt as a naturopath working alonside doctors

A lot of people ask me what I think about doctors and I say they are great! I have worked alongside GP’s for years now, and did my naturopathy training with integrative doctor Stuart Glastonbury. I have also worked as a naturopath alongside some brilliant GP’s at Mayfield Medical Connection. …

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3 important health lessons I learnt in the martial arts

I have had a love affair with the martial arts since I was ten years old and I discovered Taekwon Do. Since that day I have explored a variety of styles of martial arts, and trained with many amazing Sensei’s around the world. When I got sick with multiple sclerosis …

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Grow your own medicine!

I love using herbs as medicine. I am both a medical herbalist meaning I dispense herbal medicine for medical conditions, as well as a gardening herbalist meaning I grow the herbs! I run ‘grow your own medicine’ garden tours at community gardens, and teach ‘lotions and potions’ workshops showing people …

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Are your thoughts making you toxic..?

Imagine a black forest cheesecake, with ripe cherries and flakes of dark chocolate.. yum…. Is your mouth watering? Did you know that every thought you have has a chemical reaction? Think stressful thoughts and stress chemicals like cortisol are produced, think joyful thoughts and feel good chemicals like enkephalins and …

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Play more often- it’s good for your health!

Lately I have been playing more often: doing headstands at acro yoga, dancing to hilarious songs (ghostbusters soundtrack ha ha!) and running around with my dog coco in the park. It’s fun! I also found that playfulness has been lifting my mood, so I did a look into the research …

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World M.S Day May 25th

Happy World M.S Day! This years theme is independence, and in celebration of 5 years relapse and symptom free, as well as stepping up as the principal naturopath and new owner of Inspirational Health clinic, I did an interview with the Herald. ‘NISSA Lee Phillips was travelling around Australia at …

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