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Emma Sternberg

Emma Sternberg has spent her whole adult life helping people to understand themselves and their behaviours.

With the grounding of a Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine) and Kinesiology she has established successful clinics in two locations and helped thousands of people to be more connected to themselves.

It’s been a natural progression to use her understanding of humans to help other practitioners in their own business journeys, and in 2017 she launched The Practitioner Table which guides practitioners to success in their own businesses.

Emma’s career has evolved from working 1-1 to teaching, course creation and mentoring.

She has established a wide network of practitioners all over Australia who continue to train under her guidance in the area of natural health and business and is passionate about helping practitioners to establish successful and fulfilling careers.


  1. Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine)
  2. Adv. Dip Holistic Kinesiology
  3. Cert IV TAE
  4. Cert IV Small Business Management
  5. 15+ years in clinical practice

Monday, 27 March 2023

Emma Sternberg

business tips and advice

Why do we resist making a business plan?

Taking the time to create a detailed vision for your business and then planning the steps needed to make that vision happen is one of the biggest keys to success. When you have a plan and a clear path forward, you don’t waste time, energy, or resources.

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Wednesday, 30 November 2022

Emma Sternberg

natural health online study tips and advice

Moving from student to practitioner

There’s a bridge that lies between being a student and being a practitioner. It takes us from the relatively cushioned environment of learning to a wide unknown world. Every practitioner has once stood on the edge of that bridge, crossing from one world…

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Monday, 21 November 2022

Emma Sternberg

imposter syndrome mental health and wellness tips and advice

The imposter syndrome explained

The imposter syndrome explained: The belief that we are not competent, that we are not able to provide our clients with what they want, or ‘be the right person’ is a train of thought that most people can relate to at some point in their career.

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