26 Elsanne St
Aspley QLD 4034
The body has the inherent ability to build, support, and restore health. Rebecca’s holistic and comprehensive approach focuses on prevention, patient safety, and respect for the human body's natural ability to heal. Call or send an enquiry to Rebecca and begin your healing process.
Naturopath, Herbalist & Massage Therapist
Rebecca is a naturopath and non-invasive healer specialising in the following modalities:
- Herbal medicine
- Remedial massage
- Pregnancy massage
- Dietary and nutritional advice
- Weight management
- Ear candling
Naturopathic medicine emphasises prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease with the use of therapies and substances that enhance the healing process of individuals.
Practitioners seek to identify and remove the underlying causes of illness using diagnostic and therapeutic modalities to facilitate the natural healing process.
These modalities may include:
- Clinical and laboratory diagnostic testing
- Nutritional medicine
- Herbal medicine
- Naturopathic physical therapy
- Public health measures
Iridology is a complementary therapy to many other natural treatments.
Many naturopaths incorporate Iridology into their practise. It’s considered a diagnostic tool when evaluating a person’s health.
Practitioners examine the iris for signs, marks, and discolouration that indicate recent health changes in the body and strong or weak organs in the system.
Iridology thus provides early detection of signs of disease.
This practice is a safe and gentle cleaning procedure to remove excessive ear wax, yeast, fungus, and bacteria build-up in the ear canal.
It’s also considered a spiritual practise to clear the mind and senses.
Performing it regularly will increase your sensitivity and enhance your meditation practice.
Ear candling is not a cure-all, but in most times, it has proven to be a successful and affordable option.
Herbal medicine is the use of plants, and plant extracts to treat illnesses and improve general health.
They come in tablets, tinctures, capsules, powders, teas, extracts, and fresh or dried plants.
Several of these herbal medicines can be found in health food stores and chemists, but if you speak with a herbal practitioner, they will prescribe a variety of herbs tailored to your needs, often in liquid form.
Some may be anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving, while others may improve energy levels, promote relaxation and sleep.
Although herbal remedies are generally safe since they are natural, some herbs may cause side effects when combined with other medications.
You might experience stomach upsets, insomnia, or joint or muscle pains. Some herbal remedies may also interact with your prescribed medication.
Always purchase these remedies from a reputable manufacturer or qualified practitioner to ensure they're a quality product, and talk to your doctor about their use before taking them.
Naturopathic Nutrition, also known as Nutritional Therapy, is one of several modalities of Naturopathic Medicine that focuses on promoting health, vitality, and well-being through dietary prescriptions and interventions.
These interventions may include nutritional supplements or nutraceuticals like vitamins, minerals and dietary herbs.
Other services include:
- Remedial Massage
- Pregnancy Massage
- Relaxation Massage
Rebecca's holistic approach to treating the body as a whole using naturopathic modalities can improve your overall health rather than masking symptoms with prescription medications.
Get in touch with Rebecca to address your health and wellness holistically and naturally.