We value our client's feedback and their experiences during our workshops & retreats. Their loving and appreciative words inspires us to continue delivering professional and rewarding journeys that will have a positive and enriching influence on one's life.
"I am in love with my Dr.Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is the most beautiful lady,
not the stereotypical hippy, free loving,patchouli oil smelling naturopath. She has helped me with so many issues
from mild skin irritations to my arthritis and is a great person to talk to. I would recommend seeing a naturopath as often
as your budget allows you. Life can be stressful and I find that seeing her gets me back on track and helps me relax.
There is a calming energy just being around any type of healer and you don't need to be a true believer to reap some benefits. Even if at the time you feel like you didn't get much out of a session you will reap the benefits late on. Sometimes when I am feeling really healthy and happy I forget to go and see her and at some point end up crashing. I do think regular maintance sessions are essential in today's fast paced life.
If you are interested and live in the Melbourne area I go and see Carolina Gonzales at The Nature of Balance 74 Draper Street Albert Park.
Lindy Klim, Melbourne, February 2011
"Sanctuary is indescribable, but undeniably the most amazing, transformative self-discovery I have ever been involved in."
Alysha, Melbourne, January 2011
"For me Sanctuary was exactly that - a safe place to retreat to in order to explore who I am, what I want and how to live. Carolina shared her wisdom and equipped us with the tools to make choices in our lives that lead to happiness and allow us to live up to our full potential. I came away from the weekend with an immense sense of calm and a positive attitude to life - I feel like I can achieve whatever I want to. The beautiful setting, the level of professionalism and the gorgeous group of people made it even more special. It was a wonderful weekend, and I'd highly recommend it."
Amelia, Melbourne, January 2011