Naturopath Skype Consultation

July 10, 2018 5:33 pm Published by

$80.00

One on One Naturopath Skype Consultations available

Are you ready to step into your health story like never before… well I am here to help you.

With 9 years experience working within the medical (as a registered nurse) and natural health industry (as a naturopath and holistic nutritionist), I have gained the skills to be able to provide safe and effective nutritional and naturopathic advice to help you along your health journey.

My qualifications:

  • Advanced dip – Naturopathy
  • Advanced dip – Nutritional Medicine
  • Bachelor Nursing
  • Currently studying: Bachelor of health science (Nutrition & Dietetic Medicine)
  • Registered with: The Complementary Medicine Association of Australia

How a skype consultation works

I love skype consultations, because they mean I can talk to you from the comfort of our own homes, or anywhere in the world!

A skype consultation works just like a face to face naturopath consult, which involves, an initial assessment, a thought out analysis, some possible and optional tests and a nutrition and diet plan for you.
The only difference being online is that I may not be able to see you properly, so I may ask for some photos, eg – naturopathic medicine uses the assessment of finger nails and your tongue to help us get an overall picture of what is happening, I may ask to see a photo of these if I feel its needed (of course optional).

Let’s get started!

To book in your consultation

– Purchase your consultation online
– Email: sarah@nutritionalbliss.com.au
– We will schedule an appointment
– I will email you an initial consultation form to be filled in before we have our appointment

 

For any questions please feel free to contact me.
sarah@nutritionalbliss.com.au
subject: Consultation Enquiry

 

– Private Health Rebate
Please note, private health rebates do not cover skype consultations.   A face to face naturopath consultations would cost $120, which is why I have discounted the skype price to $80 to make up for the lack of health rebate.