Newcastle Health Collective is home to a range of different health practitioners passionate about helping your be your healthiest self.

The therapies we have on offer are: Chiropractic care, natural beauty therapist, Psychology, Counseling, Naturopathy, hypnotherapy and NLP, Psych-K, Kinesiology,  Reiki, coaching, yoga, meditation, nutrition and massage.

We have over 20 practitioners here in our castle on Queen street, Cooks Hill!

What sets us apart from others, is that we work collaboratively to bring you the best care for your overall health.

We also offer ongoing events to educate you on the huge array of therapies you can do that can help you heal and feel your healthiest self.

We host bi-monthly movie nights, we run Thursday night talks, we have a podcast that you can listen to and we release a new podcast every week, and some weeks we release two. Every month we host a full moon yoga and meditation outside experience by donation.

I look forward to welcoming you into our space and treating you to a wonderful healthy experience.

Lucy x

Featured Practitioner
Christine Martin

Get to know her here…

What’s your latest passion and why?

I LOVE empowering kids. My latest passion is to teach EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to children to increase their resilience.

Kids often get into trouble for how they behave – too bossy, too timid, too loud… which can lead to limiting beliefs such as feeling like a failure or feeling unworthy or unlovable. Yet behaviour is usually a reaction to their emotions.

The reason I’m passionate about teaching kids EFT is, so they don’t end up developing these limiting beliefs or carry them into adulthood. Wouldn’t it be nice if they didn’t get stuck in unhelpful patterns that we find ourselves in, like becoming people pleasers instead of feeling confident in being our true self, or worry subconsciously that success might have an adverse effect on us?

I’ve started a lunchtime ‘Tapping circle’ at a Primary school. Students come in feeling annoyed with their classmates, left out in a game, jealous or angry about something. When they rate their feeling after the tapping, it’s usually gone down to 0 and they walk out with a smile on their face. They tell me they use tapping at home too, when they get annoyed with their siblings, which calms the situation and avoids fights. Happy kids, happy parents, harmony : )


What do you like most about being part of the Newcastle Health Collective space?

It’s such a warm, welcoming place with a vibrant energy. It lifts my spirit to see so many people coming in, people that are drawn to complementary health care. Being part of collaborate consults really excites me, because it aligns with my belief that we need a holistic approach to self-care. At the Newcastle Health Collective, I feel like a kid in a candy store, where I get to experience all these amazing modalities on offer that have profound effects and get to the core of things. When you in the care of one of our practitioners or a team of practitioners you feel held and nurtured, knowing that you matter.


What is a common piece of advice that you give out to your clients?

Tune into your body and your emotions. Feelings aren’t good or bad, they tell us what we need right now. Be kind to yourself. When you listen to your self-talk ask yourself, ‘would I say that to my best friend’? If your best friend was feeling this way, what advise would you give them? And then follow your heart.

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Brand New Service
Collaborative health Care program

Are you needing extra support with your health? Do you struggle to know where to begin?

Here at the collective we have a fabulous service, called Collaborative health care program, it is designed to help support your whole health.

We are passionate about getting you to feel your healthiest across all areas of your life.

Here at the collective we hand pick the right practitioners that will support your overall health.

Go to our collaborative health care page to read more and book in for your initial consult.

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