In this discussion Leanne and Tammy chat about the challenges of merging modalities and what happens when you just click with a new modality.
"Bio MT is a muscle testing screening system that you can use every day in your practice and helps you achieve better outcomes for your patients. Bio MT is a perfect tool for Nats, Nuts and Herbies!"
BioMT is a proud sponsor of NatEx2021
Luisa is the Practitioner Consultant/ Territory manager for Victoria and South Australia at Bioconcepts, and has had her finger on the pulse of practitioners in those areas during the rolling lockdowns of 2020 and 2021.
Luisa's unique insight on the stresses and successes of the Victorian Pracs gives hope and tips for the future of their practices.
Bioconcepts is a proud sponsor of NatEx2021.
With the massive shifts in focus of 2020 and the pandemic, Cherry and the practitioners she trains took things online and brought people back to a whole food focus for their health goals, with amazing results.
Metabolic Balance is practitioner only program to make life super easy for praccies wanting to really focus on getting their client’s diet absolutely right for easy weight loss and metabolic changes.
It’s essentially a functional blood chemistry analysis to match a client to the right food for them.
Metabolic balance is a proud sponsor of NatEx2021 and provides a great food based system for practitioners to assist clients in inflammation and weight loss goals
Website for MB® : metabolicbalance.com.au
Instagram and FB: @metabolicbalanceanz
AARPN is Australia’s first independently mono-modality association exclusively representing and advocating for tertiary-level qualified Practicing Nutritionists. In todays conversation with Natasha and Josh we explore the role of nutritionists in the health care system, the history of the regulation of professions and how seeing a need for something creates a passion and determination to get it done.
AARPN have a very special deal for Practising Nutritionists wanting membership and have teamed up with Healthbank.io to provide next to no cost online platform for online consults and bookings as well as provision of TGA Schedule 1 Advertising Exemption Certificates (deal is mentioned at the end of the show)
brokered indemnity and liability insurance
relationships with Clinical Nutrition recognising private health funds
provision of a practitioner’s total annual-required CPD content, specifically tailored for Practicing Nutritionists
The dynamic duo of Ariya join us for a vulnerable discussion about some of the tough stuff in Natural Health in the 2020's and what we can do to re-imagine new possibilities.
We are excited to have Ariya joining us at NatEx2021 back for the second year in a row to share their love of making natural health accessible, safe and efficient for all.
Through their own health journey's, global travel and paths crossing in research and natural health, Blair and Rebecca share how the newest practitioner probiotic on the market came to be launching in England first and then back here in Australia. They share their love of evidence based scientific research, their passion for Naturopathy and the business lessons they have learned along the way.
Activated Probiotics will be graciously hosting a NatEx2021 Watch Party for our Melbourne Practitioners and we are delighted they are part of the Natupreneur Experience.
Keonie is an incredibly experienced practitioner, mentor, speaker and published author who many years ago adopted the 'WIN-WIN-WIN' philosophy and continues to live this in all her roles at REMED clinic in Victoria. In this candid chat we talk about the saving grace of a plan through the pandemic to leverage off staff strengths and how her philosophy helped them through the toughest times.
Keonie is sharing her wisdom in a workshop on VIP day at NatEx2021, one not to be missed by anyone in a multi practitioner clinic setting.
In this episode Grace shares her personal story of pregnancy loss and grief and how that led to my niche and business offerings, and how you can do this too with your own personal journey. Grace will be returning to NatEx2021 after not leaving a dry eye in the house with her incredible story, she has gone on to help others through programs, meditations and 1:1.
ONLINE SPECIAL SERIES: EP 5: Bev is a behavioural change practitioner who is used to helping clients with their health but when the pandemic happened she saw that other practitioners like herself, needed behavioural change to get online quickly and she had the tools to help. Since then she has diversified to run two arms of her business and in this enlightening interview we cover how it has helped her and her clients in COVID times. Website: www.getonlinequickly.com Download of your checklist: How to get your business online quickly - https://bit.ly/GOQchecklist
ONLINE SPECIAL SERIES EP #3: Practising naturopath, college lecturer (physical examination subject of course!), mother, wife, lover of all things travel….in no particular order! Katie knows that physical examination gives us valuable insights into the patient presentation – guiding treatment plans, but also builds rapport with the client and opens doors to cross referrals with other modalities. In this episode we explore how great wholistic nuances can help in online consultations. Facial analysis checklist - https://katiebarronnaturopath.lpages.co/lgp-optin-facial-analysis. Physical Exam in the online consult webinar - https://katiebarronnaturopath.lpages.co/special-webinar-pe-in-online-consult
ONLINE SPECIAL SERIES EP #2: Virtual assistant extraordinaire and founder of Perth Cheers Squad entrepreneurial events, Ally Michel, shares her insights from melding her degree qualified business background to event management and starting her own full time biz as a VA. In this incredibly actionable interview, Ally shares what we practitioners need to know when engaging online help with our biz, I share the pitfalls in finding great virtual assistants and the secret sauce that many of us don't even think about when bringing on a new team member online. You can follow Ally at @allyaide or find her online at www.allyaide.com.
ONLINE SPECIAL SERIES EP #1: Eric Fernance is the co-founder of SimpleClinic and has a life long career in IT, this has given him a unique insight into the shifts and changes that occur in the online space. In this frank conversation we explore the past trends that have been beneficial for practitioners in the online space like websites, and then go on to the current climate and the changes that have happened for our clients and their use of the online medium as a means to connect with our profession. We discuss the great opportunity that is right now, to make mistakes, learn fast and come out better business owners for it.
You can also learn how to transform your practice in our new ecourse https://www.tammyguest.com/transition-to-online-practice/
I had the pleasure of chatting to Linda Dal Molin, another amazing practitioner who has expanded her world of being in practice and looking after clients with the best possible tools. Growing up in a world of food and alternative health, Linda owned a health food store for 11 years as well as running a multi-modality practice. Her wealth of experience has led her to fall in love with variety, now running a sales team for exclusive practitioner products. In our chat we talk about the process of creating products in safe spaces, the power of education, and the importance of establishing a healthy mindset to minimise burn out.
Katie Barron is an incredible practitioner who always has great insights for students and practitioners alike. Through seeing the lack of knowledge that was being taught in physical examination, Katie joined her love of teaching with her passion in creating physical relationships with her clients into a fun and interesting program for graduate practitioners. She speaks passionately of the importance of integrating physical examinations to transform the connection between client and practitioner, which can help to not only gather important info, but also to optimise treatments. Katie is a good friend of mine and I loved hearing her passion and dedication come through in our chat.
I am super excited to share this conversation I shared with one of my business besties, Kathryn Hocking. She in an incredible practitioner, with a very unique skillset in understanding the business aspect in the launch aspect and melds it perfectly with energetics and astrology. Kathryn has helped in the launch of countless e-books, and has now melded her talents in knowing the right time with her love of astrology to create a new and insightful way to plan for launches.
Fran Flynn is an incredible, worldly food photographer who I had the pleasure of speaking to in this episode. Always being artistically inclined, Fran has tapped into her passion of photography to create a thriving business which taps into her strengths of seeing the magic in every moment of life. She speaks candidly of her relationship with food stylist Sarah Denardi, and emphasises the importance of collaboration, and utilising the talents of others for mutual benefits. Fran shares the crucial insights which she has gained through her career changes, and her ability to shift and pivot within her career being the key to her enduring success.
Evan Hayes is an extraordinary man who has travelled the world providing research, support and structures to bring remedies to the Australian market. At NatEx, Evan spoke of the top 10 stand-outs for bringing products and services to market. Always being interested in innovation and changing things, Evan reminisces on his journey from biochemistry and research development to developing probiotics and his relationship with Bioceuticals. I enjoyed this in-depth chat about collaboration, the idea of ‘see a need, fill a need’, and the power of practitioners as researchers.
A fellow foodie and research nut, Belinda Reynolds is a dietitian who combined her dynamic relationship with food with her desire to learn. Her joy of food as medicine derives from a deep respect of what food can do for your body. Living by the motto “the more you know the more you realise you don’t know”, Belinda enjoys sharing her knowledge of food as medicine and her greatest passions developing the knowledge of her passions to fellow practitioners.
Through establishing herself as a naturopath whilst at the same time studying kinesiology, Carrie Merchant speaks of how she has successfully discovered a relationship between the two, and created a modality which help her clients understand their bodies. In this episode, Carrie emphasises the interrelationship between the physical and energetic world, and the compatibility between working energetically and naturopathy. She has made it her mission to share this insight with practitioners, and finds true joy in sharing this unique modality with other naturopaths.
Just two years ago, Hayley Dawson was a new naturopath wondering how she could build a business in an isolated, rural location. Today she has a thriving remote business and has also created a growing annual event to serve remote and rural communities. Hayley shares her journey and how thinking outside the box helped her create the perfect business that fits her life, her dreams, and even her relationship.
Over the last 15 years Moira Bradfield has been involved in the education and development of many of Australia’s Naturopaths, Nutritionists and Acupuncturists through her role as an educator with leading educational institutions.
In the last year she has focused her educational and presenting skills on ensuring that vaginal and intimate health of all clientele is considered in clinical practice. Discarding taboos and investigating the vaginal microbiome.
In this episode, Moira shares how she came to work in the space of Intimate Ecology; her role as a practitioner, trainer, researcher and speaker in this field; and an insight into Moira behind-the-scenes.
In this episode we have a very candid reveal about the sneaky parts of business that have practitioners well on the way to burnout, and its things you may not even notice.
Jules Galloway is a passionate naturopath, speaker, and podcaster.
Health wasn’t always Jules’ priority. She lived a party lifestyle for over a decade, and later threw herself into her career to the point of burnout.. But when it began to take its toll on her mind and body, she ditched the busy inner city life for a fresh start in the Byron Bay hinterland.
Diagnosed with pyrrole disorder, adrenal issues and a couple of pesky gene mutations thrown in for good measure, Jules had to learn the importance of nourishing herself - using wholefoods, supplements, happiness, gratitude and a good dose of humour.
With over 10 years of clinical experience and an interest in complex cases and functional medicine, Jules has made it her mission to help exhausted, busy women find their shine again. She’s guided hundreds of people through her eCourses, and also sees clients individually - mostly online. Her podcast gets thousands of downloads every month and has been in the top 10 in the iTunes charts.
Jules is also the Fiji Nutrition Coordinator for Involvement Volunteers International, and runs a public health and diabetes prevention program, taking teams of medical and nutrition volunteers to both the mainland and remote areas of Fiji 4 times per year.
When she’s not helping her tribe to become healthier, Jules can be found surfing, hanging out with her husband, adopting (yet more) rescue dogs, doing yoga and pilates, or walking the famous Byron Bay lighthouse track.
You can find Jules at http://julesgalloway.com
Jules will be gracing our NatEx 2020 stage sharing her wisdom too https://www.tammyguest.com/natupreneur-experience/
Sam's own journey with thyroid cancer not only spurred her onto becoming a nutritionist, but it also influenced her business model to truly have a business that takes care of her.
In this episode, we dive into how Sam's love of helping people and her love of words, transformed her practice of nutrition into helping practitioners share their messages. We also talk about her love of knowledge, dogs and food.
We cant wait to have Sam at NatEx2020 https://www.tammyguest.com/natupreneur-experience/
This exciting episode we speak to Meah Robertson, founder of Fem21, an incredible herb and food formula that was created from her own need in the beginning. Having grown up in the Natural Health world, Meah knew from the beginning, the path she was choosing straight out of school was Naturopathy. This candid conversation explores the role tenacity and doing-what-it-takes has made in Meah's life and the creation of something she truly believes in.
We cant wait to have Fem21 as part of NatEx2020 https://www.tammyguest.com/natupreneur-experience/
Michelle Whitehead is an Australian lawyer and accredited mediator who provides creative entrepreneurs with the ultimate tools for business self-care. Michelle believes wholeheartedly in the need for education around legal concepts, particularly for creative entrepreneurs who – when faced with paying a lawyer to bore them to death - would rather run the risk of not knowing. She is enchanted by the fascinating challenge of reinventing traditional legal constructs for the needs of a new paradigm of business, basing them on principles of connection and caring rather than fear and avoidance. She creates contracts that care, demystifies intellectual property, advises on setting brave boundaries, handles conflict with empathy, and provides risk management with a woo woo twist. She is also an unschooler who can't resist any story that begins "once upon a time."
We cant wait to have Michelle back on stage at NatEx 2020 https://www.tammyguest.com/natupreneur-experience/
You can find out more here https://www.michellewhitehead.com.au/
Daniel Baden has been in practice for 3 decades! Naturopath, Homeopath, Lecturer, Published Author, Educator, Entrepreneur, Natural Product creator, advisor to media and industry, member of advisory boards and OneCAM and current Managing Director of Biomedica.
In this chat we cover Daniels beginnings doing local community talks as a fresh grad and his quick transition into industry. His passion and generosity for our industry and profession shine through.
Note: There were some minor audio issues but we knew that there was too many gold nuggets in this conversation to be missed.
Biomedica will be joining us at NatEx2020 and we look forward to seeing what trends Daniel predicts will come to fruition in the next decade.
In this episode my biz buddy Denise DT and I explore the themes of NatEx 2020 of 'Love your work, love your life and love yourself'. We have a really candid deep dive from Denises entrepreneurial beginnings into what happens when roadblocks come up in your business, all the way to how we have navigated loving ourselves through the shift of turning 40 this year. As usual, her truth bombs and gold nuggets around money mindset and running a business you love that supports your life and the world are gold.
Denise is the money mentor for the new wave of online entrepreneurs want to make money and change the world. She helps women charge premium prices, release the fear of money and create First Class Lives.
Her books, Lucky Bitch, Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, and Chillpreneneur give a fresh and funny roadmap to living a life of abundance without burnout. Her Money Bootcamp has helped over 6,000 students.
She’s a lazy introvert, a Hay House author and an unbusy mother of 3. She owns a rose farm and lives by the beach in sunny Australia.
She's also gracing the Natupreneur Experience Stage again for 2020 https://www.tammyguest.com/natupreneur-experience/
With extensive industry and clinical experience in Complimentary Medicine, Naturopath Brooke Crabb has always been fascinated by the Mind Body relationship. Harnessing the power of connection, heart centred stories and vulnerability, Brooke has identified the critical importance of personal growth to achieve health outcomes. Brooke now mentors practitioners and patients on growing their emotional toolkit to positively affect their biology. In this conversation we explored how Brooke going straight in Naturopathy study from school at 18, shaped her ongoing exploration into life choices and changes for herself and her clients.
Rebecca Guild, affectionately known as behind-the-scenes Bec, of FX Medicine Podcast fame, has been a connector in the industry for 15 years. A chance change from studying Japanese and Business took her into the realm of naturopathy initially connecting with clients, but then going on to connect thousands of practitioners in Queensland as a state rep, all from just asking for the company she wanted to work with the most. After coming back from maternity leave, she asked again for what she saw as a possibility to connect with even more practitioners and in conjunction with colleagues Danny and Andrew, FX Medicine began. Her ability to connect and spot innovations have gone on to help create FX Live at conferences, FX Infographics, and FX Medicine Education. In this candid chat we also covered the intertwining of personal and business life and the one book that helped keep her relationship connected.
In this episode we explore with Mel how we find our voice as practitioners by sharing our truth and the learning curve of becoming a published author. After graduating as a Medical Herbalist top of her class and with a scholarship in 2011, Mel opened her private practice. She has since completed further qualifications in Nutritional Medicine and Naturopathy, as well as a Bachelor Degree of Health Science, in Complementary Medicine. Mel became a new Mum in 2017 and has plans to start a Masters degree to finalise her studies, just as soon as she catches her breath! She proudly released her third recipe book ‘From Peasant Foods to Superfoods’ in December 2018. Mel is host of her podcast show The Naked Naturopath, on The Wellness Couch. She is a founding member of the WEA Academy of Complementary Health Alumni and also teaches Herbal Medicine. Current clients will know that Mel often has final year students in her clinic and is passionate about developing and producing high quality Naturopaths that the community can rely on. When she is not in the clinic, teaching, writing recipe books, podcasting or tutoring she can be found working on her other passion with her coach and hubby-Olympic Weightlifting. We can't wait to have her on stage at NatEx 2020 sharing her workshop on becoming a published author! https://www.tammyguest.com/natupreneur-experience/
Cherry became interested in nutritional medicine through her own chronic health journey eventually studying under Patrick Holford in London, with a detour through the crazy world of food manufacture market research. Her 'mid life adventure' with her family brought her and her practice to Australia, as well as her love of the nutritional program she had come across in Europe. Cherry Wills Nutrition has her nutritional therapy practice in Cleveland, in the beautiful Redlands, east of Brisbane. She offers personalised health and nutritional advice to help people be and feel their best, or simply put, to get their life back! Her practice is the home of the award winning weight loss program - Metabolic Balance® in Australia and she loves connecting other practitioners with the program.
With all the unique gifts and talents of our profession, Becky is living proof that research and being part of a team is integral to our industry and the remedies we serve our clients with. As a Regulatory Affairs Officer with experience in Regulatory Compliance particulars for Listed Medicines/Dietary Supplements in North American and Australia markets, Becky has a passion for ticking off checklists and researching to ensure that products meet safety, marketing and efficacy requirements. This conversation also explores her previous experience in Naturopathic Practitioner Technical Support and Education/Content Writing and how there are so many pathways that a natural health practitioner can take to contribute to the profession. In this episode, Becky shares her insights into working for MediHerb, who are a VIP Day Sponsor for NatEx 2020, and how their bespoke cream blending workshop is something that both she and Tammy have had secret dreams to continue to do well into their older years as Naturopaths.
Petrea King is CEO of the Quest for Life Foundation which she established in 1989. She is a well-known author, inspirational keynote speaker, teacher and facilitator. She is also qualified as a naturopath, herbalist, clinical hypnotherapist, yoga and meditation teacher. In this episode Petrea and Tammy explore how to truly be of service to your clients, and its not what you think. Petrea shares the work of Quest for Life and so many nuggets of wisdom through the expereince of helping herself and practitioners just like you. Petrea will be our guest speaker at the FX Medicine X-Factor Awards at NatEx 2020.
In this episode Carla, Naturopath and creator of Vitae Mosaic Naturopathic Functional Medicine, explores the basics of systems in practice and how to utilise them to take a full clinical case, stay on time with your consults and have return clients because of a deeper, more comprehensive care. Carla will join us at NatEx 2020 on the VIP day to take us through a deeper dive on implementing systems in practice. You can find out more on Vitae Mosaic here https://www.carlawrenn.com/vitae-mosaic. Check out Carla and our other speakers at www.tammyguest.com/natupreneur-experience/.
Kira Sutherland is an experienced Nutritionist, Naturopath and Sports Nutritionist with more than 20 years in clinical practice. Her focus in performance nutrition led her to be the first naturopath in Australia to undertake the International Olympic Committees graduate diploma in sports nutrition and she is currently finishing her Masters in Sports Nutrition by research. Kira divides her time between clinical practice, lecturing at the undergraduate level, and mentoring other practitioners of complimentary medicine in the application of holistic sports nutrition. In this episode, we talk about how to find what you are passionate about and not be afraid to niche. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2020.
Lee Holmes is a bestselling author and founder of www.superchargedfood.com, a website that helps people expand their range of healthy food choices and create and maintain a satisfying, wholesome and nourishing diet. She is also a holistic nutritionist, Hatha Yoga Teacher and Whole Foods Chef. Lee is a mum on a mission – to change the way we eat and alter the perception that cooking fresh, wholesome, nutrient-rich meals is difficult, complicated and time consuming. Lee’s story isn’t what you might expect. In this episode, we talk about her how a little health blog led to 9 books, a product range, e-courses and so much more! Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2020.
What happens when you get two science geeks turned naturopathic educators and clinicians together? Well, that's what happened in this episode. Annalies shares her insights into the challenges of pure science and lab work, and how it put her on the path to becoming a Naturopath, and how a chance meeting led to her last decade of lecturing and contributing to the conversation of science and research in our profession. She also shares her love of her work and what helps her when she becomes overwhelmed with the never ending amount of information and learning available. See Annalies at NatEx2020 on the Gold Coast Feb 14-16 2020.
In this episode, Paula, General Manager of Metagenics Australia, shares her heartfelt insights into how self care has evolved for her, as a driven person. We explore the love of Naturopathy and our work and how it can be so rewarding that we can forget to reward ourselves.
Lara Briden is a naturopathic doctor and the period revolutionary - leading the change to better periods. Informed by a strong science background and more than twenty years with patients, Lara is a passionate communicator about women's health and alternatives to hormonal birth control. Her book Period Repair Manual is a manifesto of natural treatment for better hormones and better periods and provides practical solutions using nutrition, supplements, and natural hormones. In this episode, we discuss how she's helped thousands of women find relief for period problems such as PCOS, PMS, endometriosis, and perimenopause.
Lee Holmes is a bestselling author and founder of www.superchargedfood.com, a website that helps people expand their range of healthy food choices and create and maintain a satisfying, wholesome and nourishing diet. She is also a holistic nutritionist, Hatha Yoga Teacher and Whole Foods Chef. Lee is a mum on a mission – to change the way we eat and alter the perception that cooking fresh, wholesome, nutrient-rich meals is difficult, complicated and time consuming. Lee’s story isn’t what you might expect. In this episode, we talk about her journey of self-discovery. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2020.
Having been in marketing for nearly 2 decades, and on major campaigns like Levi and Nike, Nikki is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to conveying a brands message. In this episode, we delve into where that interest came from and what the common mistakes are that small biz owners and practitioners make. We also chat about how we can stand out in a see of health and wellness practitioners. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2020.
In this raw and inspiring episode, Paula shares the journey she experienced with her parent's chronic health conditions and what drove her to study Naturopathy. She also shares the leaps of faith she took to end up as the Managing Director of Metagenics, continuing to help the industry and profession. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
Emily has a beautiful meld of being an exceptional clinician and innovator. She has used these skills to build a beautiful multi-modality clinic and awesome software tool to help practitioners get the best for their clients, just like she has for hers. In this episode, Emily shares her passion and insights around setting realistic expectations for practice whilst leaping into the unknown, and enjoying the ride of being in business. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
Denise has been a game-changer in the space of money mindset. In this episode, we address the health fund changes for practitioners and what opportunities it brings. We also talk about what it takes to have ease and an effortless business. We can't wait to have Denise and her 'Chillpreneur' insights on the NatEx 2019 stage, where we get our exclusive first look at her new book. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
Julie is a woman of many talents and passions who has learned to be incredibly productive with the 4 days a week she works, to enjoy the 3 days a week of diving. Her earlier career years in corporate marketing led her to an unsustainable busy-ness that culminated in not 1, but 2 cancer journeys. That experience has now put her on the path to her own truly rewarding and sustainable business. In this episode, she also shares one of her best tips to be truly productive rather than stressed and overwhelmed. Don't miss Julie's workshop at NatEx2019.
Through her personal journey with Crohn's disease and her need to share her quest for answers, Michelle's online journal quickly evolved into a platform to help over 10,000 people. In this episode, Michelle goes through her journey into becoming a published author, speaker and entrepreneur. She shares her journalist secrets on how to get your story out, even when you don't think you have one. Don’t miss Michelle's interactive workshop at NatEx2019.
You may know him as the voice behind over 250 episodes of the Fx Medicine podcast, but who really is Andrew Whitfield-Cook? His love of the human body goes much further back before his nursing days and continues into his interviews with some of the world's leading experts in Natural Health. Andrew is incredibly passionate about collaboration with incredible people and the meld of industry and profession. We also get his top behind the scenes tips for getting over fear when getting our voices out there. See him and the Fx Medicine team at NatEx2019.
After a tornado literally ripped through Rebecca's life and livelihood as a practitioner, she made some unbelievable changes in her life. In this episode, Rebecca shares her insights into going through the pressure to create diamonds and how she went from being homeless to experiencing a half a million dollar a year turnover. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
Carla is an incredibly successful practitioner, speaker, mentor and founder of Naturopathic Functional Medicine system Vitae Mosaic. In this episode, she shares with us the myth of balance and best tips for collaboration to grow your practice. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
In this episode, Bernadette shares her wisdom on letting go of 'should's' and listening to your intuition for business success. She guides us through a process that she even gets her kids to do, and also shares how using both sides of your brain can help be a better practitioner and business person. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
In this episode, Lawyer Michelle Whitehead provides so many gold nuggets! From her love of building clear communication, to what should be in practitioner agreements to manage risk. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
Amy has been enjoying Yoga for over 15 years, but it wasn't until running a workshop as a Naturopath that she could see the opportunity to merge her two loves. She now runs these classes online! In this episode, we chat about the fears that come with taking a different path. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
In this episode, Pam shares her knowledge on how to take the leap in everything that you do. From elite Athlete to Personal Trainer to successful Naturopath, Pam dives straight into sharing the epic tips that have helped her to create a life she loves. Don’t miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.
In this episode, Jules shares her amazing story of opportunity and innovation and her journey from an exotic dancer to international naturopath, speaker, mentor and podcaster. Don't miss your chance to see her at NatEx2019.