What's happening at Mind Body Well?


We're hiring!

Would you like to join the Mind Body Well team?

due to ongoing growth in our practice We're looking for a:

Consultant Psychologist, and an Accredited Practicing Dietitian

Please CONTACT US to find out more

PENNY copy (1).jpg

Say no to weighing kids at school

The Government is considering the compulsory weighing of children in Primary School. We are appalled by this move, which constitutes an enormous backward step placing more children at risk of weight stigma, and increasing the already alarming rates of children who are overly preoccupied with weight and shape. If you are also outraged by this, please sign and share the petitions with links below (there are two separate petitions - please support both). A big thanks to our colleagues from HAES Australia who have been working tirelessly to communicate to the Government about these issues, particularly Fiona Sutherland (Body Positive Australia) and Fiona Willer (Health, Not Diets).

Click these links to see the petitions:
Petition 1
Petition 2


Welcome Penny

Welcome Penny to the Mind Body Well team. Penny is our new part time Practice eManager, here to save the day and make all of our lives easier!


welcome Kath

We welcome Kath Shone to the Mind Body Well Team. Kath is an experienced Advanced Sports Dietitian - you can read more about her role below. If you'd like to see Kath, just fill in our New Client request form.


INHABIT Group program

This new monthly group provides support and guidance for people wanting to improve the relationship they have with food and their body - bought to you by the teams at Fresh Approach to Wellbeing and Mind Body Well, and facilitated by Dietitian Louise Grech.


welcome kylie

Psychologist Kylie Peters has joined our team. Kylie comes to us with a background in acute mental health and private practice settings in rural and remote areas. Kylie is now available to see new clients at Mind Body Well.


janet at the Australian Yoga therapy conference

Mind Body Well Director Janet Lowndes recently provided a Keynote presentation at the Australian Yoga Therapy Conference about Yoga Therapy approaches for people with Eating Disorders. One of the Yogic approaches Janet recommends is iRest Yoga Nidra - an approach to relaxation and meditation which is good for healing both mind and body.