What qualifications and specialisations do Naturopaths have?


Until recently, Naturopathy was not taught in mainstream institutions and was only offered as a Diploma at private colleges. Now, there are lots of options. The Bachelor of Applied Science (specialising in Naturopathy) is the ideal qualification.

A good Naturopath must also be a member of an Association, such as ANTA or ANPA and be actively engaged in ongoing education. Our Naturopaths attend at least 2 major seminars a year, as well as completing frequent webinars and short courses.

Our Naturopaths have specialised training in Iridology, natural fertility, GAPS (very few Naturopaths offer this), children’s health, gut health, weight loss, cancer support, thyroid disorders, stress and adrenal fatigue. They also all have qualifications in Nutritional medicine, Herbal medicine and Homeopathy.


Do you want to find out more about how naturopathy can help you?

Click here to download our free guide that answers some of the questions you may have about what a Naturopath can do for you.

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