As of the 26/11/19 I will work two days a week at the Bardon Counselling and Natural Therapies Centre.The address is 151 Boundary St, Bardon 4065.
The address is 151 Boundary St, Bardon 4065.
I will be working on Tuesday and Thursday from 7am until 7pm.
Reception staff work from 9am-6pm Monday to Friday so if you come outside reception hours, just wait outside the centre and I will let you in.
Please be aware that there is plenty of street parking but it can get busy at times, so please allow extra time to find a park. If there are no convenient spots along Boundary Road, parking is available in nearby Haining Street and other side streets.
The phone number for reception is 07-3368 1300 and email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The staff are fantastic and will be able to help if you have any questions.
You can still book online at my site at www.powernutrition.com.au. It does make it clear, but if you do book on a Tuesday or Thursday, it will be for the Bardon clinic.
I will be at Hawthorne on the other days.
Feel free to contact me if you have any queries: email@example.com
I will leave a limited amount of supplements at the centre if you need to drop in to grab a top-up. Just call the centre to check, or arrange with myself or the centre beforehand.
Address: 151 Boundary Road, Bardon, 4065
Phone: 3368 1300
Public Transport: Bus No. 475, Bus Stop 16. The bus leaves the city from Ann St near King George Square
So why the change?
Well, a few reasons….
The first is that I have a chance to work with a highly respected group of psychologists and osteopaths and other therapists. It will be great to work as part of a team and at a centre that has been around for decades.
It will be a big help to my many patients in the western suburbs who have to travel so far to Hawthorne. Traffic is only getting worse, so this extra location should help.
I feel the time is right for a change, so I jumped at the chance when asked to join the centre.
I might also be working one day a week at St Andrews Hospital early in the new year with neurosurgeon Dr David Johnson and his brilliant movement clinic https://www.fmtc.com.au. Stay tuned for an announcement at a later date.
I’ll leave you with one my favourite recipes for any time of the day (and is great as leftovers or in school lunches)
Recipe – Egg Muffins
1 shallot/bunch of chives-finely chopped
150 g dried chorizo or salami or cooked bacon
75 g shredded cheese
1 tablespoon red pesto or green pesto (optional)
Salt and Pepper to taste
Instructions (instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed)
Preheat the oven to 175°C.
Chop scallions and meat.
Whisk the eggs together with seasoning and pesto. Add the cheese and stir.
Place the batter in muffin forms and add bacon, chorizo or salami.
Bake for 15–20 minutes, depending on the size of the muffin forms.