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Amy Fairhall

An original 80’s bush baby, Amy grew up in remote Northern Territory between a mango farm an hour south of Darwin, and on Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria, whilst doing her primary and secondary schooling in Darwin. On completing high school, she spent a year in Canada on a high school exchange, followed by another year there on a working holiday, sparking a love of travel and expat living. During a trip to visit her brother in Dubai in 2008, she accidentally ended up living there for nine years, before returning to Australia in 2017 for further studies.


Amy has a passion for the outdoors, simple healthy living and herbal therapies. In her spare time you will find her in the garden, hiking up Mt Coot-Tha or covered in mud, running obstacle courses. 


Having always had a keen interest in health, staying active and a love of science, Amy was naturally drawn towards wanting to understand how the human body works, and the ways in which our food, sleep, exercise, stress, work, relationships and environment impact upon our health.


For each consultation, she will take a comprehensive health history and provide you with a treatment plan that addresses changes you will need to make in your day-to-day living, so expect that there will be homework!


  • Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) with Distinction 

  • Hatha Yoga instructor

  • Level 3 Personal Trainer

  • Les Mills® Body Balance instructor

  • Trigger Point FMT


Professional Associations

  • Naturopaths and Herbalists Association (NHAA) Full Member

Teacher and Blackboard
Hanging Herbs

Degree Subjects

First Year

Human Biological Science I

Chemistry and Biochemistry

History of Healing

Foundations of Communication and Counselling

Naturopathic Philosophy, Priciples and Practice

Human Biological Science II

Foundations of Human Nutrition

Herbal Botany and Manufacturing

Herbal Medicine Materia Medica I

Foundations of Critical Enquiry

Second Year

Medicinal Food Science

Pathology and Clinical Science I


Nutritional Biochemistry

Herbal Medicine Materia Medica II

Psychology and Counselling Theory

Clinical Skills I

Herbal Medicine Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy

Pathology and Clinical Science II & III

Sociology of Food

Flower Essence Therapy

Third Year

Clinical Herbal Medicine

Clinical Skills II

Dietary Planning Across the Lifespan

Clinical Diagnostic Techniques

Clinical Examination

Naturopathic Clinical Practicum I

Clinical Nutritional Medicine
Interpersonal Skills of the Helper

Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Palpation

Myofascial Release


Fourth Year

Naturopathic Clinical Practicum II

Advanced Herbal Medicine

Foundations of Public Health

Nutritional Physiology Research

Myotherapy for the Lower Body

Myotherpay for the Upper Body

Naturopathic Clinical Practicum III

Naturopathic Clinical Practicum IV

Establish and Manage a Practice

Mindfulness in Practice

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