The Younger Women’s Wellness Program

If you are a younger woman, you can appreciate the challenges of juggling responsibilities in our ever busy lives. Despite being "in your prime years", many young women find that they have little time for themselves and their own health.

Research has revealed that certain lifestyle factors and health behaviours can have a positive impact upon quality of life, chronic disease risk factors and other health areas for younger women's health. This data has been used by leading health researchers at Griffith University to create a 12-week structured program to help support women through their journey of achieving a healthy lifestyle during this unique phase of life.

The program is the brainchild of Professor Debra Anderson, one of Australia's leading researchers in Women's Health. For more information about the research behind the program go to DAWN.


The Younger Women’s Wellness Program is a healthy lifestyle program to support individuals during this phase of life, starting you on a journey to become more healthy and energetic.

The 12-week program consists of 4 x individual consultations that focus on improving healthy lifestyle habits including physical activity, healthy eating, better sleep, managing stress and improving quality of life.

Week 1

Initial consultation (1)

Week 3

Review consultation (2)

Week 7

Review consultation (3)

Week 12

Final consultation (4)

The cost of the program is $435 with Medicare or Private Health rebates available. This includes 4 x individual consultations with our Women’s Health Specialist Exercise Physiologist, Tamika Hassum, and their Women’s Wellness Journal.

This program is available to be delivered face to face or virtually anywhere in the world.


The term 'younger woman' is very broad and typically refers to anyone from the age of 18 up to 45 years. This is typically in the years of menstruation however the program is still suitable for women who have entered early menopause. It is important to care for your body and mental health during this younger phase of life, and one of the most effective ways to do this is through an educational program.


This program is for women during their younger chapter of their life, as this is often the perfect time to set up healthy habits for life. Many women find that during these years they struggle to prioritise their own wellbeing with various commitments, which can affect physical activity levels, eating well, or maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

This program builds the relationship with women and their bodies to help them live a healthy lifestyle.

Some of the benefits of younger women's program include:

  • Increasing energy and quality of life
  • Improved mental health
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Sleep better
  • Reduce unhealthy habits


At our multidisciplinary allied health clinic, we have developed our program to assist younger women and help them be the best version of themselves. No matter what challenges or life stage you are at, we understand your needs and help you get the most out of your life.

We encourage you to start your Women's Wellness journey today and book your first appointment. Move into the next chapter of your life equipped with the right knowledge and assistance to ensure you are living a happy and healthy lifestyle.

To find out more information please see the contact details below to email or call us directly, we’d love to hear from you.


You pay no out of pocket expenses for your initial consultation. Let your health fund pay.


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