Emma Ferguson

Clinical Nutritionist BSc
(Currently not taking new clients)

Emma is a passionate clinical nutritionist dedicated to delivering a holistic, results- driven, personalised approach, that not only educates but empowers her clients. Using her knowledge in biochemistry, pathophysiology and pathology to support and maintain desired changed. Emma believes optimum health comes not only from food but encompassing mental, physical and emotional well-being is conjunction with a balanced diet. 

Areas of special interest are, but not limited to:

  • Female hormone imbalance

  • Weight loss

  • Mood, stress and sleep

  • Digestive health

  • Children’s health


Kirsty Doig

Dietitian APD

 Kirsty is extremely passionate about helping others optimising their health and lifestyle through nutrition and diet intervention, by supporting clients in a personal and practical sense. Kirsty has a special interest in paediatric dietetics, and finds it very valuable and rewarding work. Kirsty also provides support to adults to navigate the world of food and nutrition, which at times can be challenging.


  • Picky/fussy eating

  • Growth/nutritional concerns

  • Weight management

  • Pregnancy, infant and toddler nutrition


  • Chronic disease management

  • General healthy eating

  • Weight management

  • Nutritional deficiencies 


Claudia Massarella

Dietitian APD - Eat Me Nutrition

Claudia is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with a passion for helping clients improve their relationship with food through a non-diet holistic approach. Claudia uses her knowledge to keep nutrition simple through personalised, practical strategies to support her clients and improve health and achieve their goals. 

Areas of practice include:

  • Chronic disease management

  • General healthy eating

  • Nutritional deficiencies

  • Gut health

  • Weight management



Michael Lawler

Dietitian APD, Accredited Exercise Physiologist - Eat Me Nutrition

Michael is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Exercise Physiologist, with 16 years of experience in weight loss, chronic disease management and exercise prescription. His approach to Nutrition is non-judgemental, individualised and most importantly will allow you to enjoy delicious healthy food (whatever your condition or goals) whilst still leaving some room to savour a treat or two from time to time. As an Exercise Physiologist Michael has a strong focus on pre and post-op lower limb (knee and hip) surgery and injury management. He loves working with people living with disability and enjoys taking a problem solving approach to each individuals unique situation.


Areas of Practice Focus

  • Food Intolerances and conditions of the Gastro Intestinal Tract

  • Diabetes and Chronic Disease Management

  • Weight management

  • Lower Limb Rehab

  • Complex Conditions



Notty Verrier

Clinical Nutritionist BHealthSc (Nutrition), MEng.

Notty is a passionate Clinical Nutritionist and Metabolic Balance® practitioner dedicated to empowering you to find the right food for optimum health that fits into your individual body and lifestyle. She believes food should always be tasty, satisfying and make you feel good! She has had many years of experience altering recipes for those with intolerances and allergies. With a Bachelor in Nutrition and an Engineering background, she is driven to find the origin of any imbalances and uses scientifically proven nutrition to improve your energy and wellbeing. She loves exploring new research and has successfully completed post-graduate training with Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) and Metabolic Balance®, the latter of which is a program that reveals your ideal foods based on a range of blood tests. Notty has also spent many years playing competitive sport, representing Australia on several occasions and dabbles in a little yoga on the side. 


Areas of special interest are, but not limited to: 
∙Metabolic Balance® - including insulin resistance, inflammatory conditions and weight  management.
∙Allergies and intolerances
∙Anxiety and mood disorders
∙Digestive problems
∙Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) and other hypermobility conditions.
∙Sports nutrition
∙Women’s health, especially fabulous 40’s and beyond.