Nourish Your Body Naturally

Naturopathy is a comprehensive approach to healthcare that combines a variety of natural therapies, backed by science, to promote optimal health and well-being. Our naturopathy methods include nutritional medicine, herbal remedies, dietary adjustments, and lifestyle modifications like stress management techniques, sleep pattern enhancements, and daily routine adjustments.

At Pure. Whole. Health., we believe in empowering you with knowledge about your body, the root causes of health imbalances, and effective strategies for restoring your health. As your trusted partner in wellness, our naturopathic practitioners guide you on a journey to better health, equipping you with the tools and understanding to maintain your wellbeing long term.

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Benefits of Naturopathy

Women’s Health


Gut Health


Skin Health

Hormonal Balance

Preconception Care

Children’s Health


Mental well-being

Naturopathy Pricing Guide

Initial consultation  |   $175

60 min follow up |  $160

45 min follow up |  $145

30 min follow up |  $120

15 min follow up |  $60

Food intolerance program |  $400
this includes an initial consultation and
2 x 45 min follow-ups over 8 weeks

Some of the Naturopathy testing that our Naturopaths use on a regular basis includes:

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Food Intolerance Testing

A blood test can measure your immune system’s response to particular foods by measuring the allergy-related antibody known as immunoglobulin G (IgG).

Hormone Testing

Both blood tests and saliva tests are proven techniques in assessing a hormone imbalance.

Stool testing and microbiome mapping

The Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis is a stool/saliva test that offers a comprehensive look at the overall health of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.

Adrenal Hormone Profiling

The Adrenal Hormone Profile is a non-invasive saliva test which monitors the levels of the adrenal stress hormones – Cortisol and DHEA-s, as well as Melatonin if required.

Heavy Metal Blood Testing

A heavy metal blood test is a group of tests that measure the levels of potentially harmful metals in the blood. The most common metals tested for are lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium. Metals that are less commonly tested for include copper, zinc, aluminum, and thallium.

Standard Medical Blood Testing

Naturopaths can run standard medical blood testing in the same way as a medical practitioner can, and will use this from time to time to gather important information about your health and nutritional status (such as iron studies or vitamin D levels). 

Meet your Naturopaths


Hayley, founder of Pure. Whole. Health. is a seasoned Naturopath and busy mum of three. She specialises in women’s health, gut health, skin conditions, and empowering patients through education.


Passionate about offering holistic treatments for chronic illnesses, Ali combines scientific research with traditional knowledge to empower individuals towards sustainable health and wellness.


Aimee specialises in women’s and children’s health, addressing issues like digestive disorders, stress, endocrine and mental health. Her holistic approach empowers clients to manage stress and enhance overall well-being.


Abbey is skilled in addressing autoimmune conditions, skin issues, gut health, hormonal imbalances, and detoxification. She uses functional testing to pinpoint health problems and create tailored solutions.  

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