About Ayesha

Ayesha is a Naturopath, Herbalist and Nutritionist with over 20 years in private practice. Before moving to Byron Bay, she was Program Manager of Naturopathy at Southern School of Natural Therapies in Melbourne and has lectured at the Australian College of Natural Medicine, the Southern School of Natural Therapies and RMIT. Ayesha currently lectures at Endeavour College of Natural Health, Southern School of Natural Therapies and Australasian College of Natural Therapies and supervises senior student practitioners.

 

Ayesha has postgraduate qualifications in Evidence Based Complementary Medicine from the Australian Centre for Complementary Education and Research. She is the past president of the Victorian Herbalists Association and a member of the Naturopathic and Herbalists Association of Australia.

 

Ayesha has a warm and personable approach. She can help you tailor a practical and achievable holistic health program to suit your needs and budget using modalities such as herbal medicine, nutritional medicine, food as medicine, diet & lifestyle counselling, botanical skin care, flower essences & aromatherapy. Ayesha provides education, motivation and support to help you attain your health goals. She has expertise in all areas of general practice and has special interests in gastrointestinal conditions, preconception and pregnancy care, women’s health, paediatrics, family health and mental health.

Ayesha incorporates traditional, holistic person-centred naturopathic medicine with contemporary evidence-based approaches. She is passionate about preventative health care – focussing not only on treating existing health conditions but also on preventing disease, maintaining health and achieving optimal wellness. Ayesha has an integrative, shared-care approach and will work collaboratively with you and your other complementary or biomedical health practitioners.

Areas of Interest:

 

General practice

Gastrointestinal health,

Mental health, Women’s health,

Preconception and pregnancy care,

Paediatrics and family health.

Integrative health care – combined naturopathic and GP consultations.