Claire Hargreaves NaturopathBachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Master of Women’s Health Medicine (in progress)

Claire is an experienced naturopath who also has a degree in psychology and a decade of experience in the health and fitness industry. Her services as a personal trainer, yoga teacher, health educator and certified nutrition coach in Australia, internationally and online have provided her with an incredible depth of knowledge. Claire is currently completing her Masters of Women’s Health Medicine at UNSW and spends countless hours reading the latest research and extending her knowledge.

Over the last decade, Claire has gained experience in many different areas of healthcare. Aware of addressing both the physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing of her patients, Claire founded a holistic gym space that prioritises performance and recovery. Claire has travelled internationally to teach yoga and complete additional training in yoga therapy and Ayurvedic counselling. Throughout these years of experience, Claire has worked with all walks of life and appreciates the complexity of human nature and health.

Claire has a keen interest in women’s reproductive issues, thyroid dysfunction and its disorders such as Hashimoto’s and Grave’s disease, natural mental health management, weight loss and physical performance. In addressing health disturbance, Claire is passionate about taking a person-centred approach, using traditional naturopathic principles coupled with evidence-informed practice to obtain the best results for her patients. Claire enjoys putting her detective hat on to find the root cause of a patient’s issues and assessing pathology results for precise treatments. Empowering her patients through education and working with them as a team to not just remedy issues, but help patients find their most vibrant health, is of utmost importance to her.

Claire strikes a beautiful balance between nurturing and professional, and is always ready to meet patients where they are to move them to a more healthful way of being.