Integrated Holistic Health Practice
Our Qualified Practitioners HaveOf Healthcare Experience keeping our community healthy, happy and pain Free.
A true body maintenance clinic, located in the heart of Dee Why in Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
Our goal is to help improve your overall health, beauty and wellbeing.
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I have absolute faith in Megan as I believe she is truly dedicated to assisting you in achieving the best of health. I find Megan to be thoroughly professional and passionate about her work and totally dedicated to your ongoing well-being.
As regards remedial massage, I believe Megan to be at the top of her field – wonderfully skilled and a natural in this profession. She has helped me out of pain on many occasions. Megan continually excels herself and strives to make sure that you receive what you need from every massage, whether it be for relaxation or remedial purposes. I have found Megan to be extremely knowledgeable, experienced, intuitive, and caring, and I find that her treatments and aromatherapy offer a healing and holistic approach, soothing to the body and mind.
Megan is outstanding and I’m delighted to say that I am a very happy client and would encourage anyone looking for Naturopathic advice or a professional massage, to see Megan, as you will not be disappointed.
25th May 2020 – Our Practice is RE-OPENING. Please read these policies and procedures to know what to expect.
26th March 2020 – Face to face practice is now closed. Please read our latest update about Virtual, Online Naturopath appointments.
To our patients, our partners in health and your families.
Massage is a broad term and there are many sub-types with various names in the industry. Here I’ll explain the differences, and what to look out for when choosing a massage therapist.
Sleep is a major lifestyle factor to consider
A cornerstone to good health is getting enough restful sleep each night. Inadequate sleep or poor-quality sleep impacts our overall health, including our emotional wellbeing, our cognitive function and daytime performance, weight management and cardiovascular fitness.
Top tips for foundational health
Busy lives and being pulled from pillar to post often causes a cascade of effects on your health and wellbeing. As a naturopath in Dee Why on the Northern Beaches I too often see the base foundations of health looking a little rocky. Of course we can grab this supplement or that herbal medicine to prop you up, but long term health involves balancing your life and maintaining foundational health. Looking after your nutritional requirements and honouring your lifestyle requirements is best practice for long term health gains.
Some top tip fundamentals
Allow some wind down time
o Diaphragmatic deep breathing exercises, relaxing yoga moves, or a meditation App
o Calming herbal teas such as chamomile, lavender, passionflower, lemon balm, valerian or sleepy-time teas
o Have an Epsom salt bath with 6 drops of lavender essential oil