Sharon Johnston Naturopath

at Stable Health Clinic, Level 9, 85 Queen St, Melbourne, 3000 Australia

Naturopath - Nutritionist - Lifestyle Coach Accredited holistic health practitioner working in Melbourne CBD, Skype consultations also available.


Sharon Johnston Naturopath
Stable Health Clinic, Level 9, 85 Queen St
Melbourne , VIC 3000
Australia
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P: 0406 217 757
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Take a holistic approach to your well-being.
Whether you’ve got a diagnosed medical condition or you feel just ‘not quite right’ in some area of your health a naturopathic consult can help you understand why, what treatments will work best for you and redefine your pathway to optimal health.
A good diet is the basis of good health but remember everyone is different so an individualised assessment makes sure you are eating the right foods or taking the right supplements for you.
We will decide in the consultation what’s most important for you and feasible with your current lifestyle.
The role of a naturopath is to help you regain control of your health and to encourage every person to be pro-active about maintaining good health.
We assess and understand the whole health picture by taking time in a consult to review all aspects including health history, lifestyle, dietary habits, stress levels and environmental influences.
One of the underlying principles of naturopathic practice is the belief that the body has an innate ability to heal and attain better health.
However, interactions between natural medicines and pharmaceutical drugs do occur so it is additionally important to seek help from a qualified practitioner before starting to take supplements.
I’m passionate about food, eating well and healthy ageing so lifestyle coaching is also an essential part of every consult to ensure you are motivated to make the diet and lifestyle changes required for long term health.
It’s January and we hope you’re feeling invigorated by the year ahead, becoming more conscious of your health goals again.
It could be following a carefree Christmas or you may have just decided this is the year to become a better version of yourself…..one with more energy, glowing skin and
As we get into the busy Christmas season it’s even more important to think about how you manage your stress levels, get some tips with this article written by naturopath Olga Bowers-Taylor.
‘A state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding
Many women suffer from period pain and disruptive premenstrual tension (PMT) but the pain can be debilitating affecting a woman’s ability to work and enjoy her life during that time.
“ After years of ‘coping’ with stress and an extremely busy lifestyle, I found myself completely exhausted and run down.
Even though I felt unwell all the time, my doctor ran some tests and couldn’t find anything ‘wrong’ with me.
She designed a program that suited my needs and dealt with all aspects of my well being from diet, to exercise, as well as mental and emotional health.
Sharon’s professional, yet easy-going manner made me feel comfortable in the consultations.
Overall, I have found this approach to health very satisfying as it helped me to identify the source of the issue rather than just treating the bumps and bruises.