Maya Brosnan, Gold Coast wife and mother of 2, is a well – recognised Naturopathic Nutritionist, Iridologist, Fitness and Yoga Teacher. She also writes nutritional articles and often commentates on nutritional and lifestyle matters for local media. Maya has extensive experience in all of her modalities and loves the challenge of treating a large range of age groups with different health concerns.



If you are not feeling 100% every aspect of your life will eventually suffer. You may, for example, feel extremely fatigued, you may be experiencing high levels of stress and physical tension, you may experience migraines, insomnia, constipation or diarrhoea, have skin disorders, become overweight or underweight, or maybe suffer from a chronic condition. You may also be simply trying to get fit or train for an athletic event or wondering how to maximise your physical potential through good nutrition while avoiding training plateaus, injuries and nutritional deficiencies. Or you may have decided to introduce the Vegetarian, Vegan or Pescatarian Diet into your life and wonder how you can do it successfully while avoiding any nutritional deficiencies and future health problems.


Having worked in the Fitness Industry for the past 20 years and the Natural Therapy Industry for over 10 years, Maya has a great passion for helping and educating people from different walks of life on the benefits of living a healthy life incorporating food choices, exercise and nutritional supplements (where necessary) to help individuals reach their optimum health potential and goals. All of this is done following Maya’s KIS (Keep It Simple) approach and without counting a single calorie or gram of fat.

As a wife and mother of 2 children, Maya greatly values the importance of creating healthy eating habits and fit environments for kids and families.

Maya has been following a vegetarian diet for over 30 years. She has a positive and supportive approach towards vegetarian and vegan diets, and yet a respectful and helpful approach towards other diets which include meat.

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