Vicki Boucher

VICKI-BOUCHER​Nourishment and rejuvenation is high on my agenda. When all the cells in your body are functioning well there is enhanced health and less chance of disease. I see so many people worn down by their overly active lives. Women who have multiple roles as careerists, mothers, wives and housekeepers, whose lives appear to be a daily marathon. With the stresses and strains so prevalent in our daily lives we often don’t listen to our deep inner self or take time to return to our inner silence to re-charge our batteries. In this busyness it is easy to lose a sense of self and thus transition into different phases of life without pause, which can lead to ill health especially as we approach menopause. The Sanskrit term Ayurveda translates as ‘the science of life’. I believe that by considering each person wholistically and planning with them a program to best nourish their return to health I can help give people the tools to lead a more healthy, rejuvenated life, thus preventing disease.

I have been studying Ayurvedic medicine and naturopathy for over 18 years and been practising since 2001. My training was done at the Melbourne College of Natural Medicine (later the Australian College of Natural Medicine) and at the same time I undertook extensive training with Metagenics in the Clinical Foundation of Ayurveda. In early 2001 I travelled to India and spent 3 months at Ayushakti studying under Drs Pankaj and Smita Naram in Mumbai and later in 2009 a further 5 weeks in Mysore India. Having studied naturopathy I discovered in Ayurveda a wholistic system that considers the whole person. As one of the first emerging new practitioners with a background in naturopathy to practice Ayurvedic medicine in Melbourne my practice flourished.

Having studied also the sciences of anatomy, physiology and clinical medicine I am happy to take an integrated approach to ensure you have the best outcomes.​

Nourishment is high on my agenda. I see so many people worn down by their overly active lives. Women, for example, have multiple roles as careerists, mothers, wives, home duties and other roles. With the stresses and strains so prevalent in our daily lives we often don’t listen to our deep inner self or take time to return to our inner silence to re-charge our batteries. In this busyness it is easy to lose a sense of self worth and transition into different phases of life without pause, which can lead to ill health.

The Sanskrit term Ayurveda translates as ‘the science of life’. I believe that by considering each person wholistically and planning with them a program to best nourish their return to health I can help give people the tools to lead a more healthy, rejuvinated life.

Vicki’s areas of specialty encompass

  • diet and lifestyle, wellbeing
  • digestive complaints such as constipation, poor metabolism, acidity, H Pylori
  • musculoskeletal disease and auto immune disease
  • fatigue and energy management
  • male and female hormonal imbalances including fertility from an Ayurvedic perspective
  • pre and post care of pregnancy
  • endometriosis
  • menopause

Call Vicki on 0401 929 157 to book.

Bookings are required for all consultations and treatments. Consultations claimed if you have Private health insurance .
Full payment required for all initial treatments over one hour at time of booking.
Visa and Mastercard accepted.
If you are unable to make a booking 24hours notice is required or cancellation fee applies.

31 Bath Lane, Bendigo 3550, Australia
Mobile: 0401 929 157