About Sandi | Sandi Louise Ross

About Sandi

Sandi Louise Ross


Sandi Louise Ross is a mother of two children and an experienced naturopath, nutritionist, and acupuncturist, from the Gold Coast, Australia. With a passion for learning, she holds four Advanced Diploma’s (Naturopath, Nutritional Medicine, Acupuncture + Western Herbal Medicine) a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science (Complementary Medicine and Nutrition) and a Master’s Degree in Health Science (Traditional Chinese Medicine).

Sandi has over a decade of international clinical experience, with her specialization working with women and children’s health. Sandi is a university lecturer and lectures pediatric medicine, dietetics, women’s internal medicine and is a clinic supervisor.

Sandi practices with integration from the modern science of the microbiome and biochemistry, and treatments from Eastern botanical and nutritional medicine and gentle acupuncture.

Her clinical expertise covers female hormonal disorder, fertility disorders, pregnancy and postanal, mental health, stress management and gut health. With children, she treats skin, allergies, gut health and behavioral disorders.


Sandi’s Health Journey

The direction of health was started at a young age of seven. “Coming from six children, my parents always preferred to have us treated as naturally as possible. When experiencing chronic pain, I was taken to a curly-haired man, who looked into my eyes and at my tongue, stuck some needles in me and told me to change my diet. From the day I felt better, I knew I would pursue my path to learn about health”.

After completing a degree in Health Science (Complementary Medicine and Acupuncture) Sandi was fortunate enough for the renowned healer, Paul Sherriff (who treated and inspired Sandi at a young age), and his naturopathic partner Anne Southern, to provide an internship, teaching her an abundance of priceless knowledge.


  • 2008 Graduating her first qualifications as a naturopath
  • 2009 studies have further taken her to China to study in the Traditional Chinese Medical hospitals in Beijing.
  • 2010 In China- she spent three months in a martial arts academy in the snowy Chinese mountains learning from Shaolin monks about the energetics of Chinese medicine, Kung Fu and Qi gong.
  • 2012 India to study yoga and meditation and complete the 200-hour yoga teacher training course for self-knowledge.
  • 2014 Masters Degree in Health Science (Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Sandi is now a lecturer, and is an active writer for top health magazines in Thailand and Australia, and has been employed to write for Food Matters, and other renowned documentaries.

What is Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is defined as the prevention and treatment of disease through methods that support and encourages the body’s inherent self-healing mechanisms. Naturopathic physicians seek to restore and maintain optimal health and to identify and remove the causative factors of disease. Additionally, they support and facilitate the bodies, while removing obstacles that allow healing and recovery to progress.Traditional chinese herbal medicine ingredients, close-up

The practice of naturopathic medicine includes modern and traditional diagnostics, scientific, and empirical methods. The treatments include botanical medicine (herbal medicine), nutritional and diet therapy, acupuncture, homeopathy, yoga and meditation.