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Lets Talk Periods – Common does not mean Normal

First up, the preface I always make sure whenever I talk about ANYTHING hormonal with women it is this: if you are experiencing anything more than a mild discomfort a day or 2 before your period, if you are feeling anything other than a little more tired or socially withdrawn the week or so before your bleed, or if you are changing whatever sanitary support you use more than four

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The Skin-Gut Axis

As a natural health practitioner, we’re always working to identify the underlying drivers to our clients health concerns. That way we can address the root cause, rather than just treating symptoms, providing you with long term changes to your health. When it comes to skin health, I find Nutritional Medicine so powerful and key when resolving any issues whether it be eczema, psoriasis, acne or rosacea for example. While under

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Stress, the Adrenals and HPA dysfunction

Stress is ubiquitous in our modern lives. Everyone is suffering from ‘stress’. But not many people actually understand what it means, or about the long-term negative effects it can have on the body. The fight or flight response, the sympathetic nervous system and the adrenal glands To understand the impact of stress, we first need to understand about the fight or flight response and the systems it activates. This is

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Effective ways to Stress Less!

Tips to minimise Stress We’ve all experienced the more common side effects of stress like poor sleep, muscle tension and changes in energy levels – starting out wired and jittery, but over time possibly presenting as flat and burnt out. But did you know the other major impacts stress has on our body? Hormones (specifically cortisol and adrenaline) released when we’re stressed affect the following: Our Immune Response: overall immune

Read More »

You’re Not Sick, You’re Thirsty

Water is critical to the body’s functions as the body is made up of more than 75% water. The remaining 25% is tissue. If we look deeper at the composition of some of the vital organs that are essential to keeping us alive and healthy, they too are majority water: Brain tissues – 85% Lung tissue – 89% Muscles – 75% + Blood 83% Heart tissue 79% Joints and cartilage

Read More »

I Got 99 Problems but Mold Ain’t One

With what feels like 2 months of constant rain and the one in a life time, northern-beaches flood, Everything is damp, wet and humid, and mould is taking over. It is creeping into our homes and growing behind our mirrors, deep in our wardrobes and in our bathrooms.  Exposure to some types of mould, especially the type that grows within our home, is toxic to humans. Mould can cause a

Read More »

Red Light Therapy and Healthy Skin

How to Get Happy Healthy Skin that Lasts with Red-light Therapy. The state of your skin is a reflection of what is happening on the inside of your body, but fear not, your skin is also one of the most effective ways to help and heal the rest of your body.  Your skin is the largest organ your body has, it protects our precious insides from the harsh outside world, with

Read More »

Meet our Newest Nutritionist

Meet Amanda Amanda Ford is our resident accredited Nutritionist with over 10 years in clinical practice, as well as holding experience in pharmacy and was previously Marketing manager for a leading natural food company. So she has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the health industry. She’s also a mum of two little kids who keep her nice and busy.Originally with a background in the Advertising industry, Amanda knows

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Why Being Cold Is Cool

Cryotherapy is an ever increasing trend in current times and for good reason. From professional athletes using it for recovery, to biohackers and the general population using it for overall health, the benefits seem endless.  But what actually is cryotherapy?  Cryotherapy is exposure to sub-zero temperatures (-120º to – 170º) for 2-3 minutes in a safe, controlled environment under supervision of a health professional.  The Cryotherapy chamber at pH clinic

Read More »

Red Light Therapy & Covid

Have you had to isolate recently? Red light is the perfect way to bounce back. Red light provides you with all the healing benefits from the sun without the harmful UV rays.  How does standing in front of a wall of red light help you?  We all know that the sun provides you with ‘ a healthy dose of Vit D’, well … There’s a bunch of recent studies showing

Read More »

My Niacin Detox experience

Towards the end of 2021, we were super lucky to be able to do the Niacin Detox using Infrared Sauna as a team. It was one incredible experience that not only bonded us as a team, but was transformative for our health. When Harrison first explained this detox protocol a few months earlier, I thought to myself “I’ll never be doing that”. But alas, I found myself taking part in

Read More »

Lets Talk Periods – Common does not mean Normal

First up, the preface I always make sure whenever I talk about ANYTHING hormonal with women it is this: if you are experiencing anything more than a mild discomfort a day or 2 before your period, if you are feeling anything other than a little more tired or socially withdrawn the week or so before your bleed, or if you are changing whatever sanitary support you use more than four

Read More »

The Skin-Gut Axis

As a natural health practitioner, we’re always working to identify the underlying drivers to our clients health concerns. That way we can address the root cause, rather than just treating symptoms, providing you with long term changes to your health. When it comes to skin health, I find Nutritional Medicine so powerful and key when resolving any issues whether it be eczema, psoriasis, acne or rosacea for example. While under

Read More »

Stress, the Adrenals and HPA dysfunction

Stress is ubiquitous in our modern lives. Everyone is suffering from ‘stress’. But not many people actually understand what it means, or about the long-term negative effects it can have on the body. The fight or flight response, the sympathetic nervous system and the adrenal glands To understand the impact of stress, we first need to understand about the fight or flight response and the systems it activates. This is

Read More »

Effective ways to Stress Less!

Tips to minimise Stress We’ve all experienced the more common side effects of stress like poor sleep, muscle tension and changes in energy levels – starting out wired and jittery, but over time possibly presenting as flat and burnt out. But did you know the other major impacts stress has on our body? Hormones (specifically cortisol and adrenaline) released when we’re stressed affect the following: Our Immune Response: overall immune

Read More »

You’re Not Sick, You’re Thirsty

Water is critical to the body’s functions as the body is made up of more than 75% water. The remaining 25% is tissue. If we look deeper at the composition of some of the vital organs that are essential to keeping us alive and healthy, they too are majority water: Brain tissues – 85% Lung tissue – 89% Muscles – 75% + Blood 83% Heart tissue 79% Joints and cartilage

Read More »

I Got 99 Problems but Mold Ain’t One

With what feels like 2 months of constant rain and the one in a life time, northern-beaches flood, Everything is damp, wet and humid, and mould is taking over. It is creeping into our homes and growing behind our mirrors, deep in our wardrobes and in our bathrooms.  Exposure to some types of mould, especially the type that grows within our home, is toxic to humans. Mould can cause a

Read More »

Red Light Therapy and Healthy Skin

How to Get Happy Healthy Skin that Lasts with Red-light Therapy. The state of your skin is a reflection of what is happening on the inside of your body, but fear not, your skin is also one of the most effective ways to help and heal the rest of your body.  Your skin is the largest organ your body has, it protects our precious insides from the harsh outside world, with

Read More »

Meet our Newest Nutritionist

Meet Amanda Amanda Ford is our resident accredited Nutritionist with over 10 years in clinical practice, as well as holding experience in pharmacy and was previously Marketing manager for a leading natural food company. So she has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the health industry. She’s also a mum of two little kids who keep her nice and busy.Originally with a background in the Advertising industry, Amanda knows

Read More »

Why Being Cold Is Cool

Cryotherapy is an ever increasing trend in current times and for good reason. From professional athletes using it for recovery, to biohackers and the general population using it for overall health, the benefits seem endless.  But what actually is cryotherapy?  Cryotherapy is exposure to sub-zero temperatures (-120º to – 170º) for 2-3 minutes in a safe, controlled environment under supervision of a health professional.  The Cryotherapy chamber at pH clinic

Read More »

Red Light Therapy & Covid

Have you had to isolate recently? Red light is the perfect way to bounce back. Red light provides you with all the healing benefits from the sun without the harmful UV rays.  How does standing in front of a wall of red light help you?  We all know that the sun provides you with ‘ a healthy dose of Vit D’, well … There’s a bunch of recent studies showing

Read More »

My Niacin Detox experience

Towards the end of 2021, we were super lucky to be able to do the Niacin Detox using Infrared Sauna as a team. It was one incredible experience that not only bonded us as a team, but was transformative for our health. When Harrison first explained this detox protocol a few months earlier, I thought to myself “I’ll never be doing that”. But alas, I found myself taking part in

Read More »

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