Naturopathy & Massage

Naturopath and Remedial Massage Services Ipswich

For over 14 years, Rachel Brennan has been providing natural health therapies to the many clients who have sought her assistance. Rachel is highly qualified and provides a range of naturopath and massage services. She believes in natural therapies and, even more so, the prevention of disease in the body.

Are you looking for a naturopath in Ipswich?

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Our Services

Discover the healing powers of natural medicine, nutrition medicine and remedial massage.


Naturopathy treats both acute and chronic conditions through the use of natural therapies and herbs and is suitable for all ages.

Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage is the assessment and targeted treatment and manipulation of muscles and connective tissues to assist the body in healing and rehabilitation from injury.

Herbal Medicine

Rachel is approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration to make herbal medicines that are unique to you.

Pregnancy Massage

Taking care of your body during pregnancy is vital for both your health and your baby’s. Pregnancy massage is offered in this clinic from the second trimester onwards.

Cupping Therapy

In this clinic, there are three types of cupping therapy practiced:

  • Traditional Chinese Cupping
  • Modern Silicone Cupping
  • Face Cupping


Adheres to the philosophy that certain points of the feet correlate with different parts of the body, though either the Traditional Chinese Medicine energy meridians or due to the body’s nervous system being connected.

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.