In the past year, two out of three Australians used complimentary natural medicine to improve their health. Are you one of those?

Holistic body, mind and soul medicine. Evidence-based and patient-centered.
Danielle de Natris, Naturopath, Nutritionist, MHN, BScND, MATM

What can I do for you?

Imagine…holistic and healthy

Take a moment to imagine what it would feel like to be really healthy. Surely, that’s on your wish list. Now imagine that path to holistic wellbeing as a guided journey, in easy-to-manage steps, tailored to your personal needs, by sublime holistic professional care and expertise…how does that feel?

Maybe stress or illness disrupt your life. Perhaps your diet is not as great as you want it to be. Or lack of time is getting to you, so now you feel far from energetic and healthy.

This is not just you, it is part of our daily lives now. Life is busy and demanding, and we all struggle to keep up. So, get some help which is only one click away…

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Who is Danielle?

Your Naturopath introduced…

I am passionate about all things holistic. I love what I do, and I do what I love. Well equipped with a BSc Naturopathy and a Masters degree in Nutrition, I have been practicing since 1999. To me, the most rewarding aspect of being a Naturopath is seeing my patients improve. Educating and helping a person, and seeing them move towards good health is a very special feeling. Over the years, I have gained vast experience, knowledge and skills to create realistic outcomes to improve your health on all levels.

Besides that, for fun I like to write about naturopathy and nutrition. My articles are published in magazines, journals and online.  I also lecture nutrition in Melbourne. In 2017, I was recipient of the Excellence in Naturopathic Research Award at the International Conference of Naturopathic Medicine in London, UK

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Types of Consultations

Helping you reach your health goals is my passion and priority, and I love to create success stories.

I also offer a Package Deal.

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