“To keep the body in good health is a duty,
otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”

Rachel Furdas Naturopath Byron Bay

Rachel Furdas


“Free the mind, heal the body, ignite the spirit.”

Kinesiology is a life changing mind-body therapy. It utilizes gentle muscle testing to access the subconscious. It reveals the underlying patterns which prevent you from achieving your goals and identifies what is needed to bring your body mind and spirit back into balance

Balancing techniques include Acupressure, nutritional testing, herbal medicine and flower essences, Brain Integration Techniques, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Age Recession, energy healing and life guidance.

A kinesiology balance will awaken your potential, allowing you to make creative choices, realize your goals and live a healthy life by accessesing the innate intelligence within the body to restore balance and harmony to your entire being.

Rachel is a qualified Kinesiologist with over 30 years’ experience working as a natural health practitioner. She is trained in Kinesiology, Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine, Counselling, Vibrational Medicine, Remedial Massage Therapy and Energy Healing. In her kinesiology practice Rachel draws from her extensive training and experience to provide a holistic approach specific to your individual needs.

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Naturopathy is a term made popular in the early 1900’s to describe a system of medicine that emphasizes natural therapies including herbs, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, nutrition, diet, and manipulation. Naturopathic Medicine, or Naturopathy, is a practice of preventing, assessing and treating conditions of the human mind and body. By integrating conventional health sciences with a range of natural therapies and traditional medicines, naturopathy treats the patient on mental, emotional and physical levels so is treating the person as a whole, not just a part. Naturopathy literally means “the study of nature” and in times gone by Doctors used plants and natural remedies for treating patients and they were referred to as ‘Nature Doctors’. Naturopathy is defined in the Medical dictionary as “a drugless system of health care, using a wide variety of therapies, including hydrotherapy, heat, massage, and herbal medicine, whose purpose is to treat the whole person to stimulate and support the person’s own innate healing capacity”. The foundation of Naturopathy is the philosophy of the “healing power of nature”. This means that the body has its own healing energy within and with the help of naturopathic modalities the body can repair itself and recover from illness if it is in a healthy and supportive environment. Therefore, Naturopathy is concerned with treating the cause of the disease/illness as well as prevention, not just treating symptoms alone as orthodox medicine does.
A Naturopath aims to educate, empower and motivate the patient to assume more personal responsibility for their health by adopting a healthy attitude, lifestyle and diet. They do not simply treat the manifestation of a disease and its effects but rather search for the cause and educates the patient on how to make changes to their diet or lifestyle to prevent it reoccurring. Prevention of disease is accomplished through naturopathic education which builds a lifestyle that supports health and well-being.
A naturopath is trained to employ safe and effective natural therapies that will support and stimulate the healing power of nature in the gentlest, least invasive and most efficient manner possible. Naturopaths use a range of methods to assist in the healing process including Herbal Medicine, nutrition – diet and lifestyle recommendations, vitamins and minerals, flower essences, homeopathy, and massage. The individual is viewed and treated in naturopathic medicine as a ‘whole’, composed of a complex interaction of physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and other factors. Naturopaths can treat a wide range of health problems-from the common cold or allergies, to cancer and is suitable for people of all ages. An initial appointment with our Naturopath will take between 1 and 1 and a 1/2 hours in which your medical history and general lifestyle will be reviewed in order to determine a naturopathic treatment regimen suited to your individual needs. Iridology and other diagnostic procedures are used to get a more comprehensive overview of what internal and external factors are involved. Treatment is tailored to suit each individual and healing modalities including Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Allergy Testing, Nutritional advice, Diet plans, Weight loss and/or Detox Programs, Emotional Healing, Flower Essences, and Therapeutic Massage.



Are some of the words our Clients use to describe our therapists.

Rachel Furdas Kinesiologist & Naturopath Byron Bay

Call us: (02) 6685 8366