Sydney Naturopath Victoria O’Sullivan is a university trained Naturopath who grew up in the health and wellness industry and is now a leader in her field and is regarded as one of Sydney’s best naturopaths.
With nearly two decades of experience in the wellness field, Sydney Naturopath Victoria O’Sullivan has covered so much in the preventative health and nutrition space through university, college, and internationally seeking out the best mentors and thought leaders in the industry to learn from so that she could then share this knowledge with her clients.
Her thirst for knowledge is driven by the question that she asks herself on a daily basis.
“How do I get the best result for my clients?”
Her endless hours of learning and keeping up to date with the leading edge of nutritional, functional medicine means that she is now an expert in mindset being trained in neuroplasticity, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), e-disc profiling, meta dynamics, mind-body, psychology of success, neuro-emotional technique (NET), kinesiology and now her passion has led her down the rabbit hole of DNA testing which allows for an even more personalised plan for health with her
Victoria believes that singling out the physical body from the mind is an outdated medical model. What all this means is that her skills gathered along the way allow her to combine your mind and body together in such a powerful way that can have a profound impact on your body’s biochemistry.
She believes that this is the work that she was put here on this planet to do and her mission is to help her clients to ultimately experience their true health potential.
Since 2007, in private practice, Naturopath Victoria O’Sullivan has logged thousands of hours with clients and has helped over 5000 people improve their health so they can have more energy, presence and spark to spend time with their family and friends.*
Victoria has appeared on Channel 7’s The Morning Show, is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society and her writing and advice has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day, Body and Soul, Women’s Health & Fitness Australia, InStyle, the Herald Sun, Fitness First, Essential Baby, The Border Mail and many more.
If you would like to learn more about Victoria and her personal journey that inspired her to do this work then please watch the short video below.