Hayley is a young passionate naturopath who found a love for herbal medicine and good nutrition when she suffered from her own health issues when she was in year 12 at school. She had always planned to work in the agriculture industry but after a gap year she knew naturopathy was the career for her.
Hayley is a registered member with CMA and completed her advanced diploma of Naturopathy in Melbourne before returning to the country.
Hayley lives on a farm in western Victoria and in her spare time helps out on the farm, plays netball for the local team and enjoys running.
Areas of interest
  • Womens health – Endometriosis, PCOS, Amenorrhea
  • Gut health
  • Stress and adrenal fatigue
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Skin health – acne, eczema, psoriasis
  • Detoxification

Recent Continuing Education

  • Naturopathic Summit-2018
  • Nominated for the emerging naturopath of the year award
  • Advanced period repair course -Health masters
  • Metagenics Seminar – Endometriosis, PCOS, PMS and Fibroids
  • Integria Health- Menopause Harmony


Hayley’s Fees for 2019

Initial consultation 60 minutes $140

Return consultation 45 minutes $105.00

Return consultation 30 minutes $70.00


Naturopathy is a distinct and complete system of health care. Six foundational principles underpin the practice of naturopathy: The healing power of nature (Vis Medicatrix Naturae), First do no harm, Find and treat the cause whenever possible, not only the symptoms (Tolle Causum), Treat the whole person, Education and Prevention. These six principles are kept in mind […]

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Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine has been practised for centuries, and until about 50 years ago, nearly all of the entries in pharmacopoeias describing the manufacture of drugs indicated a herbal origin. For example Asprin was discovered in the last century from the herb willow bark, by isolating one of its active constituents salicin. Today it is recognised […]

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Homeopathy is a therapeutic system that has been used for over 200 years. The term homeopathy comes from the Greek works homeo, meaning similar, and pathos, meaning suffering or disease.  It is recognised by the World Health Organisation as the second largest therapeutic system in the world. Samuel Hahneman, a German physician developed homeopathy. Homeopathy […]

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The quality of the food we eat affects the whole body. From our food we obtain the vital building blocks of our body and the vitamins and minerals required to help our cells function. Foods have distinct pharmacological properties that can be used to promote health and alleviate and prevent disease. A naturopathic assessment of […]

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Reflexology is a form of complementary therapy which, through the massage of the feet, aims to promote wellness in other areas of the body.  Reflexology is a wholistic practice in which the application of pressure techniques are applied to reflex points on the feet and hands to bring about physiological changes within the body. It […]

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Massage therapy is the practice of kneading or manipulating a person’s muscles and other soft-tissue in order to improve their wellbeing or health. It is a form of manual therapy that includes holding, moving, and applying pressure to the muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. Our massage therapist Jodi, tailors each massage specific to your individual […]

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Pathology Testing

At Acorn and Oak understanding the cause of your symptoms is imperative, an accurate diagnosis will ensure that you receive the best possible treatment. We offer a range of testing, both diagnostic as well as functional including Comprehensive Blood Tests Vitamin and Mineral Testing Liver Function Test Adrenal Function Testing Thyroid Function Testing MTHFR, Pyrole […]

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