A 3-day intensive to learn how to avoid the common pitfalls of clinical practice.

Most of us don’t start studying naturopathy because we want to be business owners. But that is exactly what happens when we graduate and start in clinical practice. 

And the stats are not good. Most practitioners fail in business. In fact, a large portion of all small businesses in Australia don’t survive their first few years. Don’t be one of the statistics!

Learn from the best

Join directors Keonie Moore and Emma Hodson for a 3-day bootcamp for new naturopaths that have graduated within the last 2 years to get a head start in clinical practice and learn how to:

  • Avoid common mistakes
  • Adopt real-life business skills
  • Balance how to help people but also make money
  • How to market yourself without being pushy
  • Avoid burn-out and have a sustainable clinical practice 

Together Keonie and Emma have built the ReMed brand from scratch to now turn over close to $2 million annually. But it didn’t come easily. Blood, sweat and tears have gone into building ReMed. And mistakes – a lot of mistakes. Keonie and Emma are passionate about sharing their mistakes big and small but more importantly what they have learnt along the way – so you don’t have to learn the hard way.

Their mission is to transform the naturopathic profession – so every naturopath knows their worth and can forge a successful career as a naturopath.

When: Mon 10th February – Wed 12th February 2020
Time: 9am – 6pm
Where: Uni Hill Conference Centre, 30 Graduate Rd, Bundoora VIC 3083
Cost: $199 per person; bring a friend for an additional $49

How to get there:
Driving: plenty of parking available
Tram: Take Tram 86 (Bundoora RMIT – Waterfront City Docklands) to the Janefield Dve/Plenty Road stop.
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Easy access driving, Uber or taxi from the airport via the Metropolitan Ring Rd (20-minute drive depending on traffic conditions)

Accommodation options for interstate practitioners:
Quest Bundoora Apartment Hotel offers reasonably priced accommodation and is in walking distance to conference centre.