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At our student-led clinic, we aim to make holistic health and wellbeing services accessible to all. We are located in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and open Monday – Saturday.

About us

Under the supervision of expert practitioners, our students offer beauty therapy, naturopathy, Western herbal medicine, Chinese medicine, counselling and nutrition services at affordable prices. Our philosophy combines evidence-based health sciences and the most up-to-date techniques with compassionate treatment to help you achieve and maintain optimal wellbeing. Take charge of your health and treat your whole self to a range of health and wellbeing services at the Practice Wellbeing Centre.

Services available

Our clinics

Discover our range of services across our three clinics, click below to view your preferred clinic and make a booking.

  • Brisbane
  • Sydney
  • Melbourne

Brisbane Campus

A hands-on learning hub, our Gotha Street campus provides affordable complementary health care services to the general public.
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123 Gotha Street,
Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

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Sydney Campus

Our brand-new Surry Hills campus will combine state-of-the-art equipment and collaborative learning spaces to offer an immersive experience in the city’s creative and cultural hub.  
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Level 1, 17-37 Foveaux Street
Surry Hills, NSW 2010 

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Melbourne Clinic

Nestled in Melbourne’s most diverse neighbourhood, our Fitzroy clinic offers unique learning environments and practical experiences.
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45 Victoria Street,
Fitzroy VIC 3065
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03 9415 3327

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Practice the art of wellbeing

Our philosophy combines health sciences with best practice established over time. We focus on preventative health to help you achieve and maintain optimal wellbeing. If you have a complex health condition, we communicate with your usual health practitioner to ensure your best care.

Meet our clinical supervisors

We believe in the power of quality holistic medicine and wellbeing support and want to make it accessible to everyone including children, teenagers and seniors. All consultations are supervised by qualified and experienced practitioners to ensure you receive the highest standard of care. Meet some of our specialist supervisors below.

Amanda Mahony

Ananda Mahony

A naturopath of 20 years, Ananda empowers patients to achieve lasting change.


Tina Taylor
Tina Taylor

Tina is a naturopath and nutritionist with over 15 years’ experience in clinical practice, collaborating with allied and medical professionals to help patients become advocates for their own health.


Caroline Cleary
Caroline (Caz) Cleary (she/they)

Caroline has extensive experience as a Clinical Myotherapy supervisor and lecturer.

She has worked as a physio in private practice, and with state and national sport teams including Team Australia for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Her specialties are child/adolescent sport injuries and lower limb injuries.

  • Bachelor of Musculoskeletal Therapy (Clinical Myotherapy)
  • Masters of Physiotherapy Studies
  • Graduate Certificate and Masters in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy
  • Graduate Certificate in Paediatric Physiotherapy (Orthopaedics)


Liza Oates
Liza Oates

Liza has been practising as a naturopath and wellness consultant for more than 20 years and helps educate naturopathy, nutrition and medical students.


Tina Jenkins
Tina Jenkins

Tina brings 30 years of experience to our clinic.


Ying Hua

Ying is a registered Chinese medicine practitioner with 40 years' experience.


Hannah Richmond
Hannah Richmond
DipHscNat, AdvDipNut, AdvDipNat, BNatMed, MPH, GradCertT&L
Hannah is a Naturopath and Nutritionist with nearly 3 decades of experience in the health and wellbeing industry.


Sally Mathrick
Sally Mathrick

Sally is passionate about empowering people to make the right choices about their health, and the health of their environments.


Regina Lasaitis
Regina Lasaitis

Regina Lasaitis is a masters qualified Medical Herbalist and Naturopath with over 25 years' experience.


Maria Kalliris headshot | Torrens University
Maria Kalliris

Maria is accredited with the Australasian Natural Therapist Association (ANTA) 9517 to practice in Naturopathic, Nutritional and Western Herbal Medicine as well as Remedial Therapy & Homeopathy. 


Sue Stevens 
Sue Stevens
Learning facilitator & clinic supervisor Nutrition, Naturopathy

My passion is working with people to rediscover and maintain health and well-being on many levels and educating the next generation of healthcare practitioners.

I have worked at Torrens University, formally Australian College of Natural Therapies since 2019. In that time I have taught many subjects in the Nutrition, Naturopathic and Health Science facilities, as well as supervising both the Nutrition and Naturopathic student clinic. I have been in clinical practice for more than 25 years has allowed me to become an effective clinician, and through self-employment I have developed many and varied business skills, which I endeavour to impart to the student clinic, to enhance the students learning.

  • MHsc (Human Nut)
  • MCounselling& Psychotherapy
  • GradCert L & T
  • GradCert Com Medicine,
  • BMedMgment Prof Hons Com Med
  • Adv Dip Nat
  • Adv Dip Nut
  • Dip Rem Massage
  • Cert Counselling


Frequently asked questions

  • Where are you located?
    We have clinics located in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
  • How much do the services cost?

    Please download our service fees based on your desired clinic location:

  • Do you accept walk-ins?
    We may accept walk-ins depending on availability but recommend booking via phone or email to guarantee your appointment.
  • What is naturopathy treatment good for?
    Naturopathy is particularly good at addressing digestive problems, respiratory problems, allergies, chronic fatigue, emotional problems, migraines, skin conditions, and menstrual and menopausal problems.
    It is considered a holistic treatment that aims to educate the client to look after their own health and support the body’s ability to heal itself.
  • What is the difference between a remedial massage and myotherapy?
    The main difference between remedial massage and myotherapy is that myotherapists use a broader range of techniques to identify the underlying cause of the injury, while remedial therapists only treat the presenting problem.
    Myotherapists focus on trigger point therapy to treat existing discomfort and prevent further injury. This involves applying pressure to specific points of the body in order to reduce discomfort and tension. As well as massage, treatment may also draw on other techniques including cupping, muscle stretching and a range of rehabilitative exercises.
  • What is Body Composition Analysis?
    Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) measures body composition based on the rate at which an electrical current travels through the body.

    The Practice Wellbeing Centre has Therapeutic Goods Association-approved body composition analysis equipment. This easy-to-use equipment accurately measures body mass index, muscle mass, body fat, hydration levels and other important biomarkers. This testing is most commonly used for clients with a focus on weight loss or gain, obtaining peak physical performance, managing chronic disease risk and managing health proactively.

    Body composition analysis takes just 15 minutes and is best used in conjunction with a full complementary medicine consultation where the practitioner can explain results and help you to achieve your health goals.
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