Inspired living


WellBeing is the authoritative resource on natural health and living for clever, compassionate, curious people who are seeking an authentic and soulful way of life. Our WellBeing specialists share their knowledge and expertise to help guide your decisions in leading a healthier lifestyle.


  • Terry Robson

    Terry Robson

    Terry Robson is the Editor-in-Chief of WellBeing and the Editor of EatWell.

  • Kate Duncan

    Kate Duncan

    Kate Duncan is the Editor of WellBeing and WILD. She loves surfing, creating raw desserts, flowing through nourishing yoga sequences and spending time with her new pooch, Maribou.

  • Charlie Hale

    Charlie Hale

    Charlie Hale is the Deputy Editor of WellBeing, EatWell and WILD. ​She writes about a plethora of things women care about — from pasta to politics and everything in between.



  • Emma Nuttall

    Emma Nuttall

    Emma Nuttall is a nutritionist (BHSc) and freelance writer. She combines evidence-based nutritional medicine with mindset strategies to support her clients in achieving their goals.

  • Liliana Battle

    Liliana Battle

    Liliana Battle is a writer, cook and avid traveller. She has written many cook books and been featured in numerous publications. Her family originates from Calabria and her food reflects her Italian roots as well as the multicultural pot of her Australian home. She is a self-confessed book junkie with a particular interest in the ancient world. On her website she shares her recipes as well as stories and insights about her travels (mostly Italy).

  • Sophie Flecknoe

    Sophie Flecknoe

    Sophie Flecknoe surrounds herself with good food and good company and is deeply interested in health, travel and style. She also has two cheeky cavoodles named Maggie and Cherry.

  • Lee Holmes

    Lee Holmes

    Lee Holmes is a nutritionist, yoga and meditation teacher, wholefoods chef, Lifestyle Food Channel’s Healthy Eating Expert, blogger and author of the best-selling books Supercharged Food: Eat Your Way to Health, Supercharged Food: Eat Yourself Beautiful, Eat Clean, Green and Vegetarian, Heal your Gut, Eat Right for Your Shape and Supercharged Food for Kids. Lee’s food philosophy is all about S.O.L.E. food: sustainable, organic, local and ethical. Her main goal is to alter the perception that cooking fresh, wholesome, nutrient-rich meals is difficult, complicated and time-consuming. From posting recipes, her passion to share her autoimmune disease story and help others has snowballed and the blog has recently taken home the overall prize at the Bupa Health Influencer Awards as well as the best blog in the Healthy Eating category. She also runs a four-week online Heal Your Gut program.

  • Carla Oates

    Carla Oates

    Carla Oates is the CEO of The Beauty Chef, a natural beauty expert and the author of Feeding Your Skin and The Beauty Chef Cookbook.

  • Jacqueline Alwill

    Jacqueline Alwill

    Jacqueline Alwill, founder of The Brown Paper Bag, is an Australian nutritionist, author, presenter and mum. She is dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing and happiness of all individuals. Jacqueline’s philosophy on health lays the foundations for the experience that clients and the community have in her practice, workshops and the food they cook.

  • Adam Guthrie

    Adam Guthrie

    Adam is a vegan whose passion for food began with a life-threatening illness and continues today in a lifestyle built around healthy cooking and eating. Adam is a qualified chef and wellness coach who specialises in a wholefood, plant-based diet. Adam shares how to prepare delicious, healthy food for health, energy and vitality. He conducts online healthy eating and wellness programs and gives keynote talks, live cooking demonstrations and cooking classes on the subject of healthy eating and living well.

  • Georgia Harding

    Georgia Harding

    Georgia Harding is a naturopath with almost 20 years experience, a mother and a passionate health educator. After many years consulting in a busy practice, lecturing in natural medicine and sharing her knowledge on talkback radio, Georgia decided to reach out and share her passion for holistic health by developing her blog, Well Nourished. On her website, she shares fad-free health advice and intolerance/allergy-friendly recipes to inspire people to live happy, healthy lives and create delicious food memories. Georgia’s ebook Rise and Shine: A Well Nourished Breakfast will inspire and guide you to prepare the most important meal of the day in just minutes. Her latest ebook The Well Nourished Lunch Box contains over 50 nut-free, allergy-friendly wholefood sweet and savoury snacks, lunches and meals to inspire you to pack a nourishing lunch box that your kids will love to eat and you will love to make.

  • Keira Rumble

    Keira Rumble

    Keira Rumble is a self-confessed foodie, recipe developer, wellness whizz and owner of health-food business, Krumbled Foods.

  • Meg Thompson

    Meg Thompson

    Meg Thompson is a practising naturopath, cook, mother, writer and passionate wholefood enthusiast based in Melbourne. Meg’s interest in health, food and the role of food as medicine has shaped her career and lifestyle. Following an early career in psychology and education, she completed studies in naturopathy, nutrition and herbal medicine and now runs a successful clinical practice. Meg works from a philosophy that food is much more than something to fill our bellies, but a source of nourishment, deliciousness, education, ritual and celebration, best shared with those we love.

  • Megan Dalla-Camina

    Megan Dalla-Camina

    Megan Dalla-Camina is a strategist, speaker, writer and researcher on women, leadership and work. With Masters degrees in business and Wellness, she is also the best-selling author of Getting Real About Having It All and creator of The Career Toolkit.

  • Lisa Guy

    Lisa Guy

    Lisa Guy is a respected Sydney-based naturopath, author and passionate foodie with 16 years of clinical experience. She runs a naturopathic clinic in Rose Bay called Art of Healing and is the founder of Bodhi Organic Tea. Lisa is a great believer that good wholesome food is one of the greatest pleasures in life and the foundation of good health. Lisa encourages her clients to get back to eating what nature intended: good, clean, wholesome food that’s nutrient-rich and free from high levels of sugars, harmful fats, artificial additives and pesticides. Her aim is to change the way people eat, cook and think about food. Lisa is an avid health writer, being a regular contributor to The Sunday Telegraph's Body and Soul, and leading magazines including WellBeing. Lisa is an author of five books to date, including My Goodness: all you need to know about children’s health and nutrition , Pregnancy Essentials, Heal Yourself, Listen to your Body and Healthy Skin Diet .

  • Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

    Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

    Amy Taylor-Kabbaz is a journalist with more than 15 years' experience, specialising in health, mindfulness and motherhood. She is also the best-selling author of Happy Mama: The Guide to Finding Yourself Again, and is the creator of the website Happy Mama.

  • Alex Stuart

    Alexx Stuart

    Alexx Stuart is a passionate educator in the space she calls "living a low-tox life". Through her speaking, workshops, e-courses and online community, she helps people make the best new choices for themselves, their family and the planet.

  • Samantha Allemann

    Samantha Allemann

    Samantha Allemann is a Melbourne-based freelance writer and editor. She has written for a wide variety of publications over her career on some very diverse topics, all of which have taught her something new and connected her to people equally passionate about what they do. W: samantha-allemann.com

  • Charmaine Yabsley

    Charmaine Yabsley

    Charmaine is a freelance journalist specialising in health, nutrition, fitness and beauty. She has more than 15 years experience writing and editing magazines and books in the UK and since returning to Australia she has written regularly for Body and Soul, a weekly column for the Sydney Morning Herald's Pulse section, Style magazine, Cosmopolitan, Cosmo Health, Cosmo Pregnancy, Prevention, Good Health, Women's Health, Weight Watchers, Nature and Health, Women's Health and Fitness and of course, WellBeing Magazine.

  • Christie Connelly

    Christie Connelly

    Christie publishes the popular Australian food blog Fig & Cherry featuring healthy, family-friendly meals and sweet treats with mouth-watering photography to match. Christie draws recipe inspiration from her Hungarian and Lebanese heritages, her travel adventures and, of course, the amazing fertile soil of the Northern Rivers with its abundance of local organic fruits, vegetables, delicious native produce and healthy free-range-reared animals. Her passion is educating parents, grandparents and carers how to shop for, prepare and cook healthy, nutritious food and to encourage children to enjoy it as well.

  • Megan Blandford

    Megan Blandford

    Megan Blandford is a freelance writer, specialising in lifestyle, travel and business topics for many online and print publications, and some of Australia’s best organisations. Megan lives in peaceful country Victoria with her family.

  • Rachael Coopes

    Rachael Coopes

    As a mama, writer, Play School presenter and yoga teacher, Rachael Coopes loves storytelling and yoga philosophy. A Certified 800-hour Jivamukti teacher with more than 1000 hours of training and a decade of teaching, she currently facilitates Yoga Teacher Training programs at BodyMindLife. She is eternally grateful to all her teachers.

  • Sally Mathrick

    Sally Mathrick

    Health educator, writer and naturopath Sally Mathrick provides the perspective of personal wellness to contribute to planetary health to cleansing, via Sparkle Well School online programs, writings and public presentations. She practices as a naturopath (on sabbatical until July 1st 2021), lectures at Torrens University, holds 3 university degrees and is a committed life long learner.

  • Danielle Minnebo

    Danielle Minnebo

    Danielle is a university-qualified nutritionist, a passionate home cook and founder of Food to Nourish. Danielle’s love affair with cooking started at a very young age in the kitchen where she was taught to cook by her mother. Danielle is passionate about helping people form a better understanding of nutrition and a healthier relationship with the food they eat. In fact, she’s on a mission to help spread the real food message to as many people as possible. Throughout her work as a nutritionist, Danielle’s basic principles have always come back to how we cook and prepare our food. She believes it really is as simple as combining wholefood ingredients in the right way to create tasty dishes that are nutrient-dense and full of flavour.

  • Pete Evans

    Pete Evans

    Pete Evans is an internationally renowned chef, restaurateur, author and TV presenter. His passion for food and a healthy lifestyle inspires individuals and families around the world. Pete is a certified health coach with qualifications from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and promotes the Paleo approach to heal the gut.

  • Jessica Lee

    Jessica Lee

    Jessica Lee is a speaker, writer and business consultant. She is the owner of The Spark Effect and is passionate about sharing neuroscience-based strategies to teach corporate teams and businesses how to better use their brains to reduce overwhelm and stress, while boosting productivity, creative problem solving, wellbeing and communication. Get in touch with Jessica at jessica@thesparkeffect.com.au, on +61 424 358 334 or via thesparkeffect.com.au.

  • Sonia Zadro

    Sonia Zadro

    Sonia Zadro is a clinical psychologist with 20 years’ experience and a freelance writer. She is interested in helping people heal and opening their minds through science.

  • Jan McLeod

    Jan McLeod

    Jan McLeod is a highly respected coach, mentor, speaker and consultant and a specialist in the areas of high performance, wellbeing, nutrition and change strategy in the workplace.

  • Jackie French

    Jackie French

    Jackie French is a gardener, ecologist, honorary wombat, 2014-2015 Australian Children's laureate, 2015 Senior Australian of the year and passionate believer in the need for all humans to feel part of the earth around them, by understanding the plants that sustain us.

  • Caroline Robertson

    Caroline Robertson

    Caroline Robertson is a naturopath and homoeopath with thirty years experience. For phone or skype consultations please contact info@carolinerobertson.com.au.

  • Shannon Dunn

    Shannon Dunn

    Shannon Dunn is a journalist, author and writer who specialises in holistic wellness, self-empowerment and natural beauty — from the inside out. The mum-of-one is founder of the popular holistic beauty blog Eco Beauty Editor and a conscious public relations company, Communeco. When she’s not writing and spending time with her family, Shannon can be found sweating it up at her local hot yoga studio.

  • Geordie Bull

    Geordie Bull

    Geordie Bull is a women's empowerment coach + NLP practitioner who helps overwhelmed women build confidence, clarity, connected family relationships and personal fulfilment through 1:1 coaching programs.

  • Jocelyn Pride

    Jocelyn Pride

    Jocelyn Pride is an award-winning freelance travel writer and photographer based in Melbourne. In 2016, she was awarded Best Responsible Travel story by the Australian Society of Travel Writers for a previous article in WellBeing.

  • Ally McManus

    Ally McManus

    Ally McManus, the editor of WellBeing Yoga Experience and the founding editor of Being magazine, is a freelance writer and editor in magazine and book publishing. She also teaches yoga and meditation on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula.

  • Teresa Teresa

    Teresa Cutter

    Teresa is a classically trained chef, accredited fitness trainer, best-selling cookbook author and has studied Nutrition at Deakin University.

  • Meena Azzollini

    Meena Azzollini

    Meena is passionate about holistic wellbeing, alternative healing, health and personal power and uses words to craft engaging feature articles to convey her knowledge and passion. She is a freelance writer and content creator from Adelaide, Australia, who draws inspiration from family, travel and her love for books and reading. A yoga practitioner and a strong believer in positive thinking, Meena is also a mum to a very active young boy. In her spare time, she loves to read and whip up delicious meals. She also loves the smell of freshly made coffee and can’t ever resist a cheesecake. And she gets tickled pink by anything funny!

  • Marie Rowland

    Marie Rowland

    Marie Rowland is a therapist in private practice on Sydney’s northern beaches helping people resolve the underlying issues that perpetuate conflict or disconnectedness so they can create meaningful and happy lives. Marie speaks at conferences, forums and community events on a variety of topics from wellbeing and positive psychology to practical philosophy.

  • Lucy Cormack

    Lucy Cormack

    Lucy Cormack is a yoga teacher and writer. She believes that the five yogic principles as identified by Swami Sivananda, including proper exercise, proper breathing, proper relaxation, proper diet and positive thinking and meditation, are the key to health and happiness.

  • Veronica Joseph

    Veronica Joseph

    Veronica Joseph is an accredited yoga teacher who loves to share her yogic journey from travels in India, cleansing techniques, her favourite poses and their benefits and tips to remember when practising.

  • Valerie Malka

    Valerie Malka

    Dr Valerie Malka is a trauma and general surgeon who has worked extensively for patient safety and ethics in healthcare. Valerie has worked with the International Committee of the Red Cross and holds a Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance and a Masters in international public health as well as journalism. She works as a freelance health and wellbeing writer and has a great passion for natural healthcare. She is working on revolutionising the modern medical model by bringing into the hospital system integrative and natural health practices. Valerie is also a huge advocate for animal rights and environmental protection.

  • Carrol Baker

    Carrol Baker

    Carrol Baker is an award-winning freelance journalist who is a passionate advocate of natural health and wellness. She writes for lifestyle and healthy-living magazines across Australia and internationally.

  • Helen Sian India

    Helen Sian India

    Yoga Teacher + Wellness Coach for Leading Ladies. Leading the way with Yoga Live; creating a community of empowered, calm women leading the way in their own lives. Find me for accessible wellness strategies at home that actually work. De-stress, get fit, relax. Together.

  • Dr Karen Bridgman

    Dr Karen Bridgman

    Karen Bridgman is a holistic practitioner at Lotus Health and Lotus Dental in Neutral Bay.

  • Rosina McAlpine

    Rosina McAlpine

    Dr Rosina McAlpine is a parenting expert, author, speaker and award-winning educator. Her practical, research-based Win Win Parenting programs support parents to raise happy, healthy and capable children using an approach based on empathy and life skills education rather than rewards, discipline or punishment. Workplace parenting programs are available at winwinparenting.com and drrosina.com.

  • Liz McLardy

    Liz McLardy

    Liz McLardy is an accountant, money mindfulness expert and mama of two. She runs consultations and courses to inspire and empower women to be the masters of managing their money. She combines her business, money management and healing expertise to make money sacred and practical.

  • Karen Goldrick

    Karen Goldrick

    Karen Goldrick is a holistic veterinarian at All Natural Vet Care, Russell Lea, Sydney, Australia.

  • Kate St James

    Kate St James

    Kate St James is an interior designer and the editor-in-chief of Universal Magazines’ Home Design Group, including Grand Designs Australia and Home Design. Along with qualifications in interior design, Kate also studied journalism. Her specialty is sustainable architecture and design. Kate's early working life was as a journalist in London in the early 1970s, followed by a 20-year career in interior design including running her own interior design, architectural design and construction company. Her background was instrumental in providing the necessary qualities for her current role with one of Australia's leading niche market publishers of home design magazines; a position she has held since 2000. During this time Kate has published not only the work of many of Australia and the world’s leading architects and designers but also those emerging practices who are the design luminaries of the future. Kate’s vision has always been to promote an awareness of Australian and international architecture and design – with a heavy dose of sustainability - to demonstrate to the wider community the meaningful way it can impact on our lives.

  • Meggan Brummer

    Meggan Brummer

    Born in Zimbabwe, Meggan has been practising yoga since she was four years old. In 1999, she left London and the corporate world and travelled the globe for a year, searching for a way to make her life meaningful and fulfilling. She became a yoga teacher in Varanasi — India’s city of light — during that time and, after a year of working in Zimbabwe as a yoga teacher and journalist, moved to live in Australia. Currently a stay-at-home mum living in Sydney, Meggan balances motherhood with a variety of interests and work. She’s a civil celebrant, a corporate wellness consultant and an internationally published writer.

  • Stephanie Osfield

    Stephanie Osfield

    Stephanie Osfield is an award-winning freelance health journalist. She is an advocate of nutritional medicine and specialises in all aspects of health, from exercise and disease prevention to stress, depression and women’s health issues.

  • Kylie Terraluna

    Kylie Terraluna

    Kylie Terraluna is Author & Editor of WellBeing Goddess, a beautiful book and journey into the heart of yoga’s Divine feminine practices, published by WellBeing Magazine. Kylie is an esoteric yoga teacher, conscious living advocate, yoga author, features writer, speaker and mum. She is available for workshops and retreats and offers esoteric lifestyle coaching. To connect, visit: kylieterraluna.com.au

  • Marion Lucy

    Marion Lucy

    Marion Lucy is a freelance writer of fiction and non-fiction. Her first picture book, The Giant Bowl of Chocolate, was released in 2013.

  • Rosamund Burton

    Rosamund Burton

    Rosamund Burton is a freelance journalist and author of Castles, Follies and Four-Leaf Clovers: Adventures Along Ireland’s St Declan’s Way (Allen & Unwin 2011).

  • Louise Southerden

    Louise Southerden

    Louise Southerden is an award-winning travel writer and photographer based in northern NSW who has a passion for sustainable, simple living, at home and away. She’s happiest outdoors, preferably in water (she loves swimming and surfing).

  • Katie Brown

    Katie Brown

    Katie is a senior yoga teacher (IYTA), massage therapist (ITEC), certified infant massage instructor (IMA), doula (Optimum Birth), Reiki practitioner, author and mum-of-three. She is also the Huggies baby club pregnancy yoga and baby massage expert and is a lecturer on the IYTA’s Teacher Training Course and the IYTA’s Pre and Post Natal Yoga Teacher Training Diploma.

  • Claire Dunn

    Claire Dunn

    Claire Dunn is the author of My Year Without Matches: Escaping the City in Search of the Wild, available in bookshops and online.

  • Mascha Coetzee

    Mascha Coetzee

    Mascha Coetzee is a yoga teacher, holistic health coach, nutrition assistant and linguist, and a practitioner of hatha yoga, inclusive of ashtanga, vinyasa and yin yoga. She integrates the wisdom of yoga, Ayurveda, CTM and modern research in her lifestyle and teachings. Mascha is based in Launceston, Tasmania.

  • Catherine Lawson

    Catherine Lawson

    Journalist, editor, author and adventurer Catherine Lawson travels full-time with photographer-partner David Bristow and their 5-year-old daughter Maya. Captivated by wild places and passionate about their preservation, these storytellers advocate a simple life and document their outdoor adventures to inspire all travellers, but especially families, into the world’s best wild places.

  • Christine Broadbent

    Christine Broadbent

    Christine Broadbent has over 30 years’ experience in her field and loves astrology for its healing and timing strengths. She offers in-person readings in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland, plus phone, Skype or Zoom sessions worldwide. Christine also leads workshops and Embodied Astrology Retreats in Australia and New Zealand. Are you interested in a September 2021 Retreat on Magnetic Island? See astrologyspot.com.au or phone (+61) 402664101 (AU).

  • Roy Stevenson

    Roy Stevenson

    Roy Stevenson has a Masters degree in exercise physiology from Ohio University. He has taught exercise science, health and nutrition at community college and university levels. As a freelance writer, Roy has more than 300 articles on health, fitness and sports conditioning published in over 60 regional, national and international magazines.

  • Martin Oliver

    Martin Oliver

    Martin Oliver writes for several Australian holistic publications including WellBeing on a range of topics, including environmental issues. He believes that the world is going through a major transition and he is keen to help birth a peaceful, cooperative and sustainable reality.

  • Kelly Surtees

    Kelly Surtees

    With more than 14 years in private practice, Kelly Surtees is experienced, warm and insightful. She loves exploring astrology’s history as well as escaping into the ocean. Kelly’s passion for astrology is infectious, and her specialty areas include career and life direction, health and fertility, love, health and happiness. Kelly is an expat Aussie who lives in Canada most of the year.

  • Ian White

    Ian White

    Ian White developed the therapeutic modality known as Af-x therapy and has trained practitioners in Europe, the US and Australia. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology (New York).

  • David Cauldwell

    David Cauldwell

    David Cauldwell is a writer who combines his visionary art, poetry and storytelling to instil a stronger sense of connection to creativity, Nature and Self. He often ventures out on wilderness hikes to reset his mind. This, he believes, is an essential aspect of integrating abstract spiritual practices into practical, concrete ways of living well day-to-day. His artwork, poetry and writing can be found at his website.

  • Charles Hunter

    Charles Hunter

    Charles Hunter is an avid bird watcher, conservationist and freelance writer. He travels extensively across Australia and South-East Asia in his pursuit of watching birds. His most recent focus is on the Indonesian Spice Islands where he is working with a group of global conservationists developing a model for flora and fauna conservation for islands. When he’s not bird watching, Charles works as a consultant in the workplace wellness and e-commerce industries. Charles is based in Bronte, Australia.

  • Karin Cutter

    Karin Cutter

    Karin Cutter ran a naturopathic clinic in Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia.

  • Josh Doyle

    Josh Doyle

    Josh Doyle is a Canadian journalist and magazine writer. He currently lives in Seoul, where he reports on East Asia, tells stories from around the world and tries to speak Korean.

  • Peter White

    Peter White

    Peter White’s book In the Presence of Nature: A Guide for Connecting and Healing in a Climate of Change is available at your local bookstore and online bookstores. W: natureconnect.com.au

  • Sarah Luck

    Sarah Luck

    Sarah Luck is a naturopath, herbalist and nutritionist with a passion for using food as medicine. You can read her blog, Good Health Naturally, at sarahluck.wordpress.com.

  • Penelope Unn

    Penelope Unn

    Penelope Unn is an author and freelance writer who specialises in personal development, yoga, meditation and Indian philosophy. She majored in Indian Studies at the University of Melbourne, with a special focus on Indian philosophy and Sanskrit literature. A yoga practitioner for more than 40 years, Penelope also values meditation as an important part of her life. For more, visit penelopeunn.com or email pennyunn@gmail.com.

  • Kate Hennessy

    Kate Hennessy

    Kate Hennessy's arts and travel writing has taken her to Africa, Papua New Guinea, Taiwan, Turkey, the Solomon Islands, Peru and top-end aboriginal communities. She is published in The Guardian, The Sydney Morning Herald and many more, and guests on ABC TV as well as at writers' festivals and panels.

  • James Taylor

    James Taylor

    James Taylor is an Australian travel writer who fell in love with travel after growing up on his parents’ stories about travelling through Europe in a Kombi van. Born and raised in Canberra, he currently resides in Barcelona.

  • Josh Hedge

    Josh Hedge

    Josh Hedge is a self-taught artist in the fields of photography, writing, painting and sound. He lives in Byron Bay and is inspired by the natural world, spontaneity and simply just being “here”.

  • Anne-Marie Cook

    Anne-Marie Cook

    Anne-Marie Cook writes about wellness in the forms of physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

  • Jacqui Hawkins

    Jacqui Hawkins

    Jacqui Hawkins is a writer and mother of two who loves running, climbing and daydreaming about adventures in the mountains.

  • Kim Forrester

    Kim Forrester

    Kim Forrester is an award-winning author, educator and holistic well-being advocate.



  • Jenetta Haim

    Jenetta Haim

    Jenetta Haim runs Stressfree Management at 36 Gipps Road, Greystanes, and specialises in assisting your health and lifestyle in all areas by developing programs on either a corporate or personal level to suit your needs. Jenetta has just published a book called Stress-Free Health Management, A Natural Solution for Your Health available from your favourite bookstore or online. For more information and to get in touch, visit her website.

  • Claire Richardson

    Claire Richardson

    Dr Claire Richardson loves what osteopathy offers her patients and how it can help people of all different ages and backgrounds. Claire treats a wide range of patients, from the young through to the elderly, including office workers, athletes, pregnant women and tradesmen. Claire enjoys treating all musculoskeletal ailments, from sports injuries to postural problems. She employs a wide variety of techniques in her treatment, including soft tissue massage, dry needling, and joint and muscle manipulation where appropriate. As part of her treatments, Claire advises on contributing lifestyle factors such as activity and diet which enables her patients to have an optimal and speedy recovery.

  • Simonne Lee

    Simonne Lee

    For more than 15 years, Simonne Lee has been one of Australia’s most influential holistic life strategists and animal communicators. She is also an international consultant and an expert contributor for a number of publications, both locally and abroad. Simonne has a reputation for helping her clients build simple, practical tools to regain order, control, harmony and happiness. Her pragmatic and unique approach to guiding clients through the chaos of modern-day living, in conjunction with the modalities she uses, helps them navigate the gamut of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual states of wellbeing. Visit: simonnelee.com

  • Bronni Page

    Bronni Page

    Bronni Page is nuts about living a life full of fun, adventure and connection. She’s quite the "word nerd" and uses this super-power as a health and wellness writer, crafting engaging articles to inspire everyday people be their healthiest, most wonderful selves. She’s also a qualified yoga instructor, specialising in restorative yoga (the super-relaxing, snoozy, cruisy style). When she’s not writing for clients or embarrassing her three kids with hilarious mum jokes, you’ll find Bronni searching out the best almond cappuccino in her hometown of Newcastle, Australia.

  • Anthony Zappia

    Anthony Zappia

    Anthony Zappia writes a regular blog about health and social issues, areas that he's passionate about. Twelve years ago he became especially interested in essential oils and their ability to enhance health and wellbeing. Anthony continues to follow the latest research and is himself a user of essential oils.

  • Dr Nader Malik

    Nader Malik

    Dr Nader Malik is a cosmetic and integrative dentist whose core treatment philosophy is to make a visible difference to the lives of his patients so that they can be inspired to laugh, smile and share the same experience with others! As a whole-body dentist, he focuses on understanding and treating the strong links between the teeth and the rest of the body. He also enjoys working with medical doctors and allied health professionals to ensure the best outcomes for his patients. Dr Malik practises at National Dental Care, Barangaroo, Sydney.

  • Jodie Gien

    Jodie Gien is a committed mindfulness teacher with a longstanding personal practice of her own. Having worked for many years as a human rights and discrimination lawyer and mediator at the Australian Human Rights Commission and then as an executive coach prior to teaching mindfulness, she is passionate about fostering human potential. Jodie conducts training in mindfulness for corporations, staff and students in schools, parents, athletes and community groups. She also teaches private courses together with mindfulness coaching sessions. Jodie is an accredited “.b Teacher” for the Oxford University Mindfulness in Schools Project, an accredited Mindfulness Trainer with the esteemed Gawler Foundation and is an accredited Meditation Facilitator with Nature Care College. To find out more, visit Jodie's website or email jodie@mindfulfutureproject.com.

  • Tulsi van de Graaff

    Tulsi van de Graaff

    Tulsi van de Graaff is a former lawyer with a psychology background as well as an experienced management consultant, workplace trainer, facilitator, presenter and coach. She is the founder of Lead Your Own Change and for over 7 years has been working with individuals, teams and organisations to solve their communication and conflict challenges. She also helps develop emotional intelligence and resilience, create positive personal and cultural change, manage change and uncertainty and enhance relationships and communication. Tulsi runs public workshops including Teen Talk: a communication workshop for mums and teen/tween daughters, Couple Talk, to enhance couple communication and Beyond Breakup, for people healing after a break up. Tulsi is a volunteer facilitator and presenter for Dress for Success Sydney (DFSS). At DFSS, she runs workshops for women in need, including Finding Your Vision and Trusting in Your Ability as well as coaching training for DFSS volunteer coaches. For more information check out Tulsi's website, www.leadyourownchange.com, her facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LeadYourOwnChange/ or email Tulsi at Tulsi@leadyourownchange.com

  • Amy Campion

    Amy Campion

    Amy Campion is a writer, speaker, workshop facilitator and dream coach who works globally with people using their dreams, intuition, imagination and consciousness. She is the founder of The Dream Well, a website dedicated to helping people understand and become experts of their own dreams. She also runs an online course on sacred dreaming, which includes lucid dreaming, shamanism, Tibetan dream yoga, dream incubation and a variety of other approaches. Amy holds the following qualifications: BA (Hons) Comm Arts, Post Grad Cert (Strategic Foresight), Member IASD (International Association of the Study of Dreams).