Does Being an Online Naturopath Live Up to the Hype?

Plenary Session (1hr 20min) - Group Presentation with Gill Stannard

What’s better - a traditional bricks and mortar clinic, or a fancy online business model? Join Gill and Jules as they discuss the old and the new, the touchy-feely and the tech, the myths around each... and discover the best style of practice for YOU.


Does Being an Online Naturopath Live Up to the Hype?

Plenary Session (1hr 20min) - Group Presentation with Gill Stannard

What’s better - a traditional bricks and mortar clinic, or an online business model? Join Gill and Jules as they discuss the old and the new, the touchy-feely and the tech, and the myths around each. Local clinics, skype consults, online programs, eBooks, corporate jobs, retreats, radio shows, podcasting, humanitarian work… they’ve done it all and will bring you plenty of insights.

Discover the best style of practice for YOU, as they discuss:

  • Which income streams work for each business (and is there really such a thing as “passive income?”
  • Do you need 50,000+ followers to make good money online
  • Is an online business cheaper to run? What are the hidden cos
  • Is online business more flexible
  • How do you stand out in a space when there’s so much competition?

Come away with tips on what it takes to make your practice a success, no matter which style you choose.

Jules Galloway is a passionate naturopath, speaker and podcaster, living just 10 minutes from Byron Bay. She has a special interest in adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue, pyrrole disorder, gut issues and complex health conditions, and uses a functional medicine approach in her practice. Since 2013 she has moved to an online business model and her offerings include Skype consults, eBooks and eCourses. Her podcast, Shiny Healthy You, has spent time in the top 10 on the health charts on iTunes, which helped to launch her onto the speaker's circuit at health and wellness events across the country. Jules is also the Fiji Nutrition Co-Ordinator for Involvement Volunteers International, and leads teams of medical and nutrition volunteers overseas, several times per year, to work in public health, nutrition education, and diabetes prevention.