Live a life that optimises your health:

What would your life be like if you lived with greater awareness and understanding of all that you need to thrive and then gave that to yourself ?

In my years of practice as a naturopathic doctor, I have seen a great deal of overwhelm from patients who don't know the way forward to address the aspects of their lives that are getting in the way of feeling well. On top of that, there is so much (often conflicting) information out there about what is needed to support our health. The latest fads and promises for a quick fix for everything from energy to weight loss are a distraction from the truth of who we are. It is certainly difficult to navigate through it all, and sometimes even harder to actually change health habits, particularly given how busy and stressful our lives can be and how our internal and external landscapes can resist change.

I thought about calling this course 'All the things I'd love to say to every patient at every visit but never have time', but that would be quite a long title! Nevertheless, that is essentially what this course is. My goal is to share with you vital information and experience that we all need to support our body, mind and spirit.

This course will:

  • Help you cultivate a greater level of health and resilience against disease
  • Walk you through changes step-by-step at your own pace to avoid overwhelm by focusing on a few key changes at a time
  • Support your body's self-healing mechanisms to improve energy levels and reduce inflammation
  • Deepen your understanding of your body and how it’s communicating with you
  • Support you to address your health with more self-compassion and less judgment

But most importantly, my goal is to empower you to truly believe in yourself and your own internal healing power as the greatest influence over your health and quality of life.

What Does the Course Cover?

The course is organised into 12 modules that take you step-by-step through a holistic learning experience focused on your body, mind, and spirit. The course is designed to support improved health and increased feelings of wellness within yourself whether you are currently free of illness or you have chronic health conditions. 

You can take the modules in any order and at any pace that suits you. A rough guide is one module per month for a year--this is truly a process of evolving yourself. Each module contains information on various aspects of whole-person health, opportunities for self-assessment, guided meditations, worksheets, and recommended practices or life changes. 

Module topics:

  • Introduction to your journey
  • Water: inside and out
  • Breathing and present mind
  • Food and digestion, part 1
  • Food and digestion, part 2
  • Toxins, 'detox' and routes of elimination
  • Nature and her rhythms
  • Sleep, rest and stress reduction
  • Self-attending and sovereignty
  • Movement and sweating
  • Shadow work, emotional processing and mental habits
  • Signs of imbalance and allowing a return to balance


Course content weaves together the traditions of Naturopathic Medicine, Chinese Medicine, and Ayurveda, with modern science and reflective psychoemotional practices.

If you have ever thought of hitting the reset button on your life and how you relate to yourself and your health, this course will guide you through that process. It's time to take up your power and use it to create the best-feeling version of you, enabling you to create the life you envision!

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Your Guide to Empowered Health

Kate Broderick

Dr Kate Broderick, BSc, JD, DNM, Dip Acu, is a naturopath, five-element acupuncturist, natural health educator and writer. Her naturopathic practice in the Adelaide Hills, Anam Chara Natural Health, gravitates strongly to the traditions of individualised nature cure, herbal medicine, mind/body therapies and naturopathic hydrotherapy. She received her Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University, Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University, and Diploma of Acupuncture from the Wu Hsing Tao School. Kate has worked in various roles in naturopathic academia since 2009, including as Director of Education at Endeavour College of Natural Health from 2014-2016, and is currently a sessional lecturer and clinical supervisor in Naturopathy at Endeavour. She is a member of the Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia and has been registered as an acupuncturist (currently non-practicing) by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). She is co-author of the chapter on Naturopathic Hydrotherapy in the latest edition of the Textbook of Natural Medicine, author of the chapter on Naturopathic Philosophy in the recently released 2nd edition of Clinical Naturopathic Medicine, and author of the chapter on Naturopathic Hydrotherapy in the soon to be released Advanced Clinical Naturopathic Medicine. Kate also actively works on projects with those around her to create cohesive and cooperative community with a goal of making life more liveable, peaceful, and secure for everyone, including Mother Earth.