Good nutrition will have you feeling your best all the time.Book Now
Good nutrition will have you feeling your best all the time.Book Now
What is a dietitian?
Dietitians are highly qualified, clinically trained nutrition experts who understand how nutrients within food interact within the body. They also understand science and are able to prescribe nutrition in relation to your personal and medical health needs that is correct, trustworthy and easy to understand. They can work as part of a medical allied health team to prescribe food in relation to current medical conditions and medications as well as your lifestyle needs. They are also able to complete in-depth nutrient analysis and understand how to best meet individual nutrition goals specific to the needs of each individual. They work in a range of areas such as community health, hospitals, private practice, food companies, sports centres and clubs, food formulation labs and corporate settings.
What is the difference between a dietitian and nutritionist?
Dietitians must have completed specific clinical training and accredited tertiary degree qualifications in order to become an accredited practising dietitian. In order to stay registered they must also complete annual professional development. Nutritionists are not clinically trained and a person does not need to hold a certain level of tertiary education to work as a nutritionist.
Clinical nutrition services:
• Type 2 Diabetes • Heart disease
• High cholesterol • High blood pressure
• Polycystic Ovary Syndrome • Endometriosis
• Irritable bowel disease • Coeliac disease
• Food allergies • Nutrient deficiencies
• Weight loss • Healthy eating
• Vegetarian/Vegan • Malnutrition
• Irritable bowel disease (IBS) and low FODMAP diet
Please bring any GP or recent blood tests to this appointment to ensure this plan best meets your body’s needs.
Experts in their field, specialists in holistic health
Nicole Van Der Zee Yoga Teacher / Meditation Guide
Luke ODonnell Massage Therapist
Kasey Frawley Meditation & mindfulness practitioner
Mika Kamikubo Massage Therapist
Electra Tomasino Psychologist
Gen Braund Yoga Teacher
Elle Hodgeman Pilates Instructor
Richard Scott Principal Physiotherapist / Director
Nadine Scott Guest Host / Director
Vee Zivkovic Reformer Pilates Instructor
Lucy Bourchier Yoga Teacher
Nicole loves feeling her body in its truest state. It wasn’t until she found yoga that she started to explore honesty in her body and her practice.
Nicole has always been keen on keeping a healthy lifestyle and finds enjoyment in expanding my knowledge on yoga, food as medicine, emotional well-being and the subtle body. She is passionate about honest connection and values a gentle touch when it comes to exploring our authentic selves.
Nicole’s personal journey of movement and meditation has lead her to teach with a passion for inclusiveness and empathy. She is interested in how your practice feels rather than how it looks. It is her goal to offer something for everyone, irrespective of experience or motivation for practicing. For this reason she plan’s her classes with a great deal of sensitivity ensuring that options are given at every level with consideration for emotional and physical well-being. In Nicole’s classes you can expect to be supported through your practice with guidance and direction all without letting go of the wheel.
Luke is a Remedial massage therapist by qualification. A compassionate, dedicated alternative health professional by nature. A life of curiosity with human behaviour & experiences as a sponsored skateboarder & representative soccer player lead him to a career in the wellness industry.
He grew up in the coastal town of Newcastle, NSW, raised by nurturing family members who were nurses & teachers. Luke began his adult working life as an early childhood educator, which lead to working in disability care, ultimately leading to where he is 10 years on. Since graduating in 2012, Luke has enjoyed working with all walks of life, from elite athletes to office workers. He can pretty much convince anyone that prioritising health & wellness ISN’T uncool.
Luke takes a holistic approach to bodywork & believes less is more. With 6 years bodywork experience, Luke considers himself a knowledgable & confident holistic therapist. During his treatments the goal is to work with his clients to enable their body to find balance. Some of the techniques he uses are: Swedish relaxation, Deep tissue, myofascial release, PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation), Muscle activation, Myofascial dry needling & cupping.
Outside of the working world, Luke is an avid explorer- whether on his skateboard, surfboard, bicycle, or on foot in the great Australian bush. He never leaves the house without at least one camera and regularly produces photo books from his travels with his fiancé Kate. They have two dachshunds named Sonny & Luna.
Luke is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) & contributes to their journal as a guest blogger- writing about his experiences as a Remedial Massage Therapist. He is continually learning and attending courses to maintain on top of his game. Some additional training courses include: Corrective exercises for musculoskeletal conditions, Level 1 Selective Functional Movement Assessment & Trigger point Dry Needling.
Kasey, often described as an unassuming meditation & mindfulness practitioner is a former Physical Education & Health Teacher who fell in love with meditation by accident 9 years ago.
Through her education career in both schools and the corporate sector she witnessed a need for structured self-care, in the form of relaxation and meditation. She went on to study the practice and has since shared her passion with people from all walks of life.
Kasey’s Meditation isn’t religious meditation, it’s not hard, it’s not about the breath or a mantra or sitting cross legged.
‘…It is a place where you can just be you, and I will just be me…’
An opportunity to stop, close your eyes and reset.
An opportunity to just be.
Something we’ve forgotten how to do in our modern way of living.
Let yourself go, and just see where you end up . . I’ll be there to support, guide and catch you.
Mika is a fully qualified remedial massage therapist registered with Massage & Myotherapy Australia.
Mika has been working as a massage therapist for the last eight years both in Australia and Japan. Mika provide’s various techniques in remedial and relaxation massage incorporating Shiatsu and Deep tissue techniques in her sessions.
Mika also specialises in pregnancy massage and has extensive experience in this area. She is always able to find a comfortable position for you and massage away all those pregnancy aches and pains. (She can also teach you a few techniques to get your partner to do at home!)
Electra Tomasino is an accredited Psychologist (Organisational) who works with individuals and teams everyday to help them thrive and live a more meaningful life. She works predominantly with individuals who want to go from good to great.
Through her work as a Psychologist in industries including AFL, Government, Corporate and Not-for-profit, along with her own business experience founding Heal.thy Self Café in Yarraville and SOS Café in South Yarra, she utilises both her science-based knowledge and hands-on business experience during her sessions.
Her crusade is to work at the intersection of wellbeing, leadership & performance to help people become unstuck and find their true purpose.
If you’re feeling a bit flat, looking to get on top of an issue or simply looking for your next challenge, book in a session today.
Gen has had a love-love relationship with Yoga ever since she made her first sweaty foray into a class looking for a physical challenge at seventeen years old! After developing an interest in more than just the physical practice, five years later in 2015 she took a 200-hour Vinyasa teacher training in Goa. Gen soon realised that she enjoyed teaching yoga more than she enjoyed being a teacher and has been teaching Yoga ever since to seasoned yogis, complete beginners, sports teams, classes of five-year-old kids, and more. In 2017sheI completed a yoga internship helping instruct new yoga teachers, and then made the move over to Melbourne where she has been happily enjoying the yoga scene. Her classes are sequenced in a way that allows students to create new shapes in a way that’s safe and supportive for their bodies, and are full of tips on energetic alignment that is available to all levels of practitioners. My deep love is Yin yoga – no injury or worry is too big to be helped in these magical classes!
Whilst completing her Bachelor of Dance Performance Elle became injured with a back injury and used Pilates as rehabilitation. It was then that she fell in love with the Pilates method and pursued a career in the health and fitness industry.
Elle’s classes will have you focusing on your form which in turn will have you redefining the definition of burn. Her classes have a playful, happy vibe about them so you will both work hard and laugh hard too!
“There is no point in working out if you hate it, so why shouldn’t you have fun whilst working your body hard!” -Elle.
Principal Physiotherapist and Founder, Richard Scott created All for One Studios with the mission to deliver holistic, evidence-based care for people, to provide them with optimal lifelong outcomes.
After graduating from Charles Sturt University Richard first worked in the CBD of Melbourne, getting in depth experience working with office workers, lawyers, desk jockeys of all varieties and treating an abundance of back and neck pain. It was here that his interest for holistic care was born as he discovered the lifestyle factors of his patients were typically working long hours, highly stressed and not able to maintain a healthy work- life balance.
After years had passed working in this role, Richard decided to find a new challenge and moved on to work under a Titled Sports Physiotherapist. Richard further grew his skills and knowledge in the field. He was able to treat a vast range of sports injuries, as well as work with elite sports teams and treat anyone from athletes to the weekend warriors.
After many years observing the delivery of healthcare, Richard grew unfulfilled and was certain there had to be a more effective way for people to live pain-free and achieve lifelong results. This frustration ignited his commitment to develop All for One. All for One is founded upon the basis that physical health and mental health go hand in hand and we cannot have one without the other.
Richard’s expertise and passion lies in treating chronic pain, spinal pain and sports injuries.
In his down time Richard enjoys spending time with his loved ones and Moodle Yogi, keeping his energy and health up by keeping active, being amongst the great outdoors and watching his beloved Magpies in AFL. Richard loves travelling and having been to almost 50 countries, you can always count on him to share a story or two!
Violetta (Vee) comes from a background in Dance, Gymnastics and professional Cheerleading.
Vee discovered Pilates as a method of rehabilitation after a spinal injury during her time as a performer. After falling in love with the method Vee went on to complete teacher trainings in Costa Rica and Melbourne.
Fortunate enough to have taught and participate in workshops around the world, she is excited to bring her love for movement back home. Vee combines her passion for movement and training in Pilates and Spin to deliver a dynamic, strong and of course fun class.
Lucy’s classes are energising, empowering and supportive. Lucy brings a down-to-earth, inclusive and compassionate approach to her teaching and loves empowering her students to grow into their full potential both on and off the mat.
Lucy has an Advanced Diploma in Yoga Teaching. She is a Certified Life Coach, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, Master NLP and Timeline Therapy Practitioner.
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