Discover the benefits of being involved with the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) with Executive Officer Jim Olds.
Improving overall health and wellbeing is at the forefront of most people’s minds, and a natural approach is one way to do so. In celebration of Australia’s only Nautral Medicine Week, 23-29 May 2022, we’ve collated a guide to help you udnerstand what natural medicine is, how it works, the different types of therapies available and why it’s so important for Australians.
We explore the healing powers of fennel for digestion, alleviating menopausal symptoms and improving respiratory function.
We chat to naturopath Chelsey Costa about her journey into the world of natural health and how choosing the holistic path at Endeavour College proved to be one of the most rewarding decisions she made.
Join hundreds of passionate natural medicine practitioners nation-wide for Natural Medicine Week, as they welcome you to their clinic open days, therapy demonstrations and nutritional consultations.
The week-long celebration aims to promote, educate and raise awareness of the important role natural medicine practitioners play in the health and wellbeing of Australians. Hosted by accredited practitioners, attend a local event or take advantage of a special offer, to learn and discover how Bodywork & Massage, Ingestive and Chinese Medicine can enhance your health and wellbeing.
Accredited practitioners what the four the most common reasons a client might visit them for the first time, this is what they said. Natural medicine practitioners have a wide variety of skills focused on supporting both internal and external health concerns. Whether you want to eat better, strengthen your body or loosen muscle tension – there is a therapy and a practitioner for you!
Our resident holistic vet explores everything you need to know about the latest natural medicines including PEA, LDN and CBD for pets.
Pain is a complex physical phenomenon that is intimately bound with emotions and mental states. When pain becomes chronic the consequences are far-reaching and profound. You don’t have to just mask pain though, as there are gentle yet powerful natural approaches that have proven positive effects in relieving chronic pain.
Rhodiola rosea goes by many names including rhodiola, golden root, rose root and Aaron’s rod. It has a long history of use as an adaptogen and may help in conditions such as “burnout syndrome”.
CCM’s short courses are designed to give you valuable knowledge and techniques to help with your health and wellbeing.
Learn more about our college, our courses and get all your questions answered from the comfort of your own home with our free online introductory workshops.
The 10708NAT Advanced Diploma of Integrative Complementary Medicine (ICM) provides comprehensive training focusing on the key areas of natural medicine integrated into one effective package.
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