About Rachel Brennan

Rachel Brennan is a naturopath, herbalist, and remedial massage therapist, who has been practicing locally since 2009 – opening her first business, Avicenna Naturopathy and Massage in 2014. After building a strong rapport and reputation within the Ipswich region, Rachel now operates in business under her own name.

Rachel Brennan – Naturopath, herbalist and Remedial Massage Therapist

Rachel attained her Certificate IV in Remedial Massage in 2001, her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science (Naturopathy) and Advanced Certificate in Health Science (Naturopathy) in 2007 and 2008 at the Australian College of Natural Medicine (now Endeavour College) before studying again in 2013 for her Diploma in Remedial Massage.  Rachel also has an Advanced Certificate of Integrated Cupping Therapy.

Rachel is a member of the Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia, the Australian Natural Therapists Association and Massage and Myotherapy Australia.  These memberships help protect you, the consumer, because to be a member Rachel must have government accredited qualifications and current professional indemnity insurance.   Until naturopaths are allowed to give private health rebates again, asking about professional association membership is the best way you as a member of the public can ensure that they are seeing a natural health practitioner who is qualified, safe and reputable.

Rachel’s Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science (Naturopathy)
  • Diploma in Remedial Massage
  • Advanced Certificate in Health Science (Naturopathy)
  • Advanced Certificate of Integrated Cupping Therapy
  • Certificate IV in Remedial Massage
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Can Rachel help me?

As an experienced Naturopath, Rachel has helped many people heal their bodies through natural therapies. When clients come to see her, they are usually in a state of frustration due to years of health issues that don’t seem to improve. Feeling overwhelmed, they turn to Rachel for answers to questions that no one else has seemingly been able to answer.

Rachel uses her years of experience to guide her patients through their natural healing journey and onto an improved quality of life.

Rachel doesn’t focus on one particular ailment and can help provide natural therapies for basic ailments such as the common cold or flu to more complex issues relating to hormones, infertility or autoimmune conditions and many more.

Does this sound like you?

Naturopath & Massage Therapist Ipswich

You’re in good hands

Rachel provides health fund rebates for remedial massage and is approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration to make herbal medicines that are unique to you.  Because of these memberships, Rachel also stocks naturopathic practitioner only brands that are only available with naturopathic prescription and supervision.

Naturopathic Practioner Only Brands include:

  • Mediherb
  • Bioceuticals
  • Herbal Extract Company
  • Eagle
  • Bioclinic Naturals
  • BioMedica
  • Orthoplex and
  • Flordis

Just to name a few.

Would you like to know more?

Please contact me or come visit me in my clinic.

Shop 2, 13 Ellenborough Street

Ipswich, QLD, 4305

I would like to acknowledge and pay my respects to the Jagera, Yuggera and Ugurapul people who are the traditional custodians of the unceded land on which I live and work. I acknowledge all the traditional owners of Country throughout Australia. I acknowledge their continued connection to land, waters and community and pay my respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. I would like to pay my respects to First Nations traditional healers of this country who are still healing their communities today.

Western herbal medicine is a practice that is steeped in colonization so I would like to acknowledge and pay my respects to First Nations healers from all over the world as well as to the enslaved African American healers, who braided seeds into their hair in the hope of a better future. Their knowledge and experience allow me to help people today and my shelves would be much emptier without their contribution. To be an herbalist is to be a link in a chain that stretches back to the dawn of humanity, and whenever I stand outside in my herb garden nurturing medicinal herbs that have been used by humans and woven into our stories for millennia, I am honoured by those who came before me.