image003About Jane Deans


Jane Deans is an accredited and experienced Naturopath, Nutritionist, Iridologist, Herbalist, Masseuse, Reiki , Biopuncture therapist and Lyme Disease Expert, with over 20 years’ experience in the natural health industry. She has completed honours in Botanical Medicine and Naturopathy and is dedicated to post graduate education to enhance her qualifications, knowledge and skills; ensuring that the highest standard is given in helping her clients. In 2003 she was awarded; Excellence in western herbal medicine, High Achievement in Botanical Medicine and an award for dedication to Studies.

Her Approach

Jane integrates her scientific knowledge in healthcare with her passion for Natural holistic health. It is important to treat a person individually and as a whole being rather than based on their disease state, aiming to empower the client to take control of their health. A thorough assessment of your health is an essential part of consultation care that Jane provides. An evaluation may include medical history, Live blood microscopy, reading blood test results, Iridology, investigating any influencing factors on dis-ease such as intra and extra cellular health, pH levels, immune responses, presenting symptoms, environmental, lifestyle, nutritional, genetic predispositions, prevention, mindfulness, emotional and physical trauma. Further testing such Hormonal profiling, Hair mineral analysis, pH levels, food sensitivity and or allergies may be done if required.

As a herbalist she uses custom made herbal tonics, including the use of minerals, vitamins, vibrational and molecular medicines such as homeopathics, crystal minerals and flower essences. Only the highest grade and quality of products in the Natural Medicine Industry are used by Jane. The products used have gone through years of extensive research, testing and development ensuring maximum effectiveness, purity, ethicality and standard.


She is a member of the Complementary Medicine Association and the Lyme Disease Association of Australia.