We are all unique

So why do we expect that there will one day be a one-size-fits-all solution to all our health problems?

Even though our anatomy is basically the same, just like our distinct personalities, our bodies each function in unique and different ways. When we make this the cornerstone of our health, that’s when the magic happens;

  • Develop a relationship with yourself
  • Listen to what your body is telling you
  • Learn how to nurture yourself with the simple stuff (food/exercise/nutrition/lifestyle)
  • Embrace and celebrate the total freakin babe that you are

When I work with my clients, we improve their health quickly and effectively; I help them to understand what their body is telling them, and together, we treat them accordingly.

This takes out the stress, the shoulda/coulda/woulda, the comparison, and the “I’m not good enough” from your health and wellness, because you understand your body, mind and spirit. Learning to do what’s best for you and your life.

My clients love this approach because they feel in control of their health, in tune with their intuition and confident that they are on the right path, because it feels so GOOD!

And that is what Miranda’s Wellness is all about.

“When a woman becomes her own best friend, life is easier” – Diane von Furstenberg

Who am I?


My name is Miranda Partridge. I’m a nutritional medicine practitioner, a self-love advocate, and let’s be honest, a bit of a dork.

I spend my days helping people make real, lasting change in their lives using food as medicine, and helping them to love and care for the unique person that they are. Whether it’s sharing my knowledge through my mental health workshops and blog posts or working one-on-one with my clients to develop individualised treatment plans, I live and breathe food as medicine.


After struggling myself with crippling social anxiety, depression, insomnia, fatigue, acne and deeply low self-esteem I found the tools to not only resolve all these things, but to stop letting the opinions and judgements of other people dictate my decisions. I learnt what worked for me to strengthen my body, mind and spirit, and learnt to truly love and develop the best relationship with, myself. Now I can wholeheartedly say that I’m confident and healthy, and those are the only “labels” I’ll give myself.

IMG_0542In a sea of endless nutrition information, I help my clients to wade through and figure out what works for them, in a personalised, evidence-based nutritional medicine plan. Together we find the most empowering diet, lifestyle and supplement strategies to bring the joy, confidence, strength and independence back into their lives.

Click here to start working with me today

Or send me an email mirandaswellness@outlook.com

IMG_0376My mental health workshops give me an opportunity to present real, lasting strategies for coping with mental health disorders in a fun, friendly and relaxing environment with like-minded people. My workshops focus on using food as medicine in the easiest way possible at a time when the difficulty of every task feels more magnified and overwhelming. Along with including my appreciation of dorky jokes, each topic has a recipe booklet specifically designed to give nutritional help for the corresponding condition.

For more information on my workshops, or to book your ticket, click here

Testimonial, Jade Saddler, BrisbaneTestimonial, Rhiannon Bailey, Brisbane

Testimonial, Kate Piggot, Brisbane

Screenshot (7)To get an even better idea of what I’m all about, click here to download my free eBook

Fab Fast Feasts

A 6 recipe book of feasts, big and small, that are affordable, approachable and delicious – everything that I’m about!

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And just for funzies, why not take a look at what I eat in a day – it may surprise you!


8 thoughts on “

  1. Hi Miranda. Do you run classes to educate us on diet in relation to dealing with mental health issues? I live in Brisbane and would welcome any input you could give me. Cheers.

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  2. Hey Miranda, great work. Emily Scott recommended I contact you for advise on Endeavour University as my daughter, Jaya is thinking of studying Nutrition through them in Melbourne next year, & her friend, Sheridan, naturopathy.

    Any feedback would be most appreciated.
    Blessings & abundance for the year ahead.
    Cheers, Bernie


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