About naturopath Sally Mathrick

Sally is a leading Australian Naturopath and health educator practicing natural medicine since 2003. She consults in Clifton Hill/Nth Fitzroy Melbourne and provides online consultations with people all over the world. She is also a lecturer at Laureate University, Southern School of Natural Medicine.

Sally is widely published health writer in the popular press and in a number of textbooks and industry journals, including writing the DIY Detox column for Wellbeing Australia magazine. She is also a speaker and regularly inspires workplaces through experiential health presentations.

Sally was elected to the board of directors of The Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA) in 2018. Established 100 years, NHAA lobbies for naturopaths and herbalist to be registered and recognised as health care professionals in Australia. She also teaches clinical naturopathy at Southern School of Natural Therapies.

Sally Mathrick is a health educator and communicator.

Sally is passionate about empowering people to make the right choices about their health, and the health of their environments. As an experienced, university trained naturopath, Sally is able to translate complex health concepts for the general public.




WORKPLACES: Sally provides experiential health education in workplaces in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Bendigo and Byron Bay. Her workplace wellness presentations and programs are wholistic, draw upon effective evidenced natural therapies and provide participants with an experience to enhance adoption of good health habits.


  • Columnist for Wellbeing Australia, The Northern Star and The Bendigo Adverister (Fairfax).
  • Published freelance health writer for numerous magazines including Mindfood, Spa Asia Magazine (Singapore) and Nature and Health (UK). Publication list here.
  • Interviewed for comment by numerous publications including The Herald Sun, Women’s Day and other magazines.


  • Sally, “Naturopath to the Stars” was a lady expert on ABC Radio National Lonely Hearts Club program.
  • From 2005-07 she had a weekly radio segment with Mick Corkhil on North Coast NSW ABC.
  • Sally has also provided comment and interviews for various radio shows in Australia.


  • Sally directed The Byron Integrative Medicine Conferences with colleague Dr Anthony Solomon. These conferences educated and aligned health professionals to facilitate patient-centered integrative medicine practice.
  • She has taught Naturopathy students at the Southern School of Natural Therapies and the Holmesglen Institute.
  • In 2017 and 2018 she worked with the Australiasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine ASLM, alongside Mr Stephen Penman, to curate and convene Lifestyle Medicine 2017 and 2018.

Sally Mathrick, naturopath


University Degrees

  • Bachelor Medicines Management with Professional Honors in Complementary Medicine University of Tasmania (underway)
  • Bachelor Naturopathy (Science) Southern Cross University (2003)
  • Bachelor of Arts University of Melbourne (1993)

Professional Memberships

  • Naturopaths & Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA)
  • Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (ASLM)


  • Excellence in Naturopathy Bioceuticals Integrative Medicine Awards (2016)
  • Graduate Prize for Excellence in Homeopathy – Southern Cross University (2003)

Other diplomas & certificates

  • Certificate 4 Training Adult Education Inspire Education (2014)
  • Certificate of Yoga teaching ISHTA (2006)
  • Diploma of Remedial Massage Australasian College of Natural Therapies (1998)
  • First Aid Certificate


A world of empowered people progressing together towards authentic, wholistic wellness.


  1. Help people feel great and attain rude health (from wherever you’re at)
  2. Help you shine your authentic light, by providing products and services that nourish inner genius
  3. Celebrate life, have fun and adventures
  4. Contribute to creating a more well world, to inspire human evolution and regard for planet Earth
  5. Be involved in many #omniwins


Human potential – promoting health for realisation of individual brilliance, and recognising the unique and important role each being can play in creating a well world

Interconnectedness – the recognition of belonging and involvement, and how one healed person positively influences the whole. To collaborate with people and organisations that aim for flourishing and creation of a healthy world

Grace – authentic engagement and responsiveness to the moment to be aware of the emerging future

Sustainable Development Goals

Sound Medicine understands that everyone has a role to play, and looks to the Millennium Development Goals, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of 2030, namely

  • Good governance
  • Social and equitable socio-economic development
  • Cultural preservation (traditional medicine)
  • Environmental conservation

Of the 17 SDGs 2030 Sound Medicine business aligns most with:

  • #3 – Wellbeing
  • #4 – Education
  • #5 – Gender equality
  • #13 – Climate action
  • #17 – Collaborations