Therapist Naturopath Sarah Burt

In 1996 I started studying Naturopathy in Sydney and have been practicing ever since.

I was drawn to Naturopathy because in essence it simply means ‘Nature Cure’, and the study of it involves looking at many different modalities that are natural and that can help a person on their journey to wellness.

img_1057In most of these cases people have tried all avenues of conventional medicine, and are just not getting any closer to feeling or getting better.  From as early as the age of 20 when I was diagnosed with Polycystic ovarian syndrome, a condition for which I was told there was no reason for and no cure for, it struck me as an unbelievable prognosis. My reasoning told me that there must be a beginning and an end to a condition that I had not been born with! I started to investigate all avenues of alternative treatments to heal this condition, which is where my curiosity about using diet, herbs and lifestyle to cure paid off and I was suddenly clear of this condition. I decided then that I needed to study as a Naturopath so I could help other people like me, that were unwell and did not know that there may be natural ways to combat their illnesses, due to a lack of information available out there regarding alternatives to modern medicine.

Since qualifying, and then working, I have had so many occasions when over and over again it has been confirmed that most diseases and illnesses happen for a reason. Generally there are warning signs that our bodies are out of balance and struggling, and if we could recognise these early warning signs we would be able to prevent most chronic forms of disease.

But we have to know our bodies. One of the tools I use to assess the weakened areas in a body is Iridology. This is when patterns, colours, and other characteristics of the iris can be examined to determine information about a patient’s systemic health. Practitioners match their observations to iris charts, which divide the iris into zones that correspond to specific parts of the human body. Iridologists see the eyes as “windows” into the body’s state of health.

I use iridology on all the people I see to alert them to these weakened areas and then through diet and herbal tonics I am then able to advise how to strengthen these areas to prevent illness from occurring.
I strongly believe that any condition people present with is a condition that need not be there and my aim is to get as many people as I can using simple methods to rid themselves of illness.  I recently wrote and published a book called ‘Getting healthy in 7 simple steps’ which summarises these very important but simple ways we can all get back the health we are all entitled to.

If you have any health issues what so ever that you are concerned about, please get in touch with me as I would like to help.