Start-up Ideas: Health and Well-being

If you are interetsed in health and well-being, there are lots of options to start a business. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Health Food and Supplements Retailer
Health food and supplements retailers supply a wide range of health foods, including fresh and frozen gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan foods, sugar-free confectionery, herbal teas, nuts, seeds and pulses. Find out more >

Chiropractors are complementary practitioners who provide treatment for a range of musculoskeletal conditions relating to the spine and joints, including lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain, slipped discs, sciatica, and leg, elbow and wrist pain. Find out more >

Dietitians are allied health professionals who assess, diagnose and treat patients with dietary and nutritional problems, including diabetes, people with coeliac disease, and children with autism or attention deficit disorder. Find out more >

Herbalists supply herbal remedies for a range of health conditions including infertility, impotence, depression, anxiety and other mental health problems, and to aid weight loss or improve general health and well-being. Find out more >

Nutritional Therapist
Nutritional therapists are complementary health practitioners who provide practical advice and guidance on diet and nutrition to help people manage medial conditions and allergies, aid weight loss, improve sporting performance or improve general health and well-being. Find out more >

Indian Head Massage Therapist
Indian head massage is a form of complementary therapy where a therapist applies a range of massage techniques to the head and neck muscles, and to pressure points on the face, in order to promote relaxation, improve circulation and reduce the effects of tension and stress. Find out more >

Foot Health Practitioner
Foot health practitioners (FHPs) provide routine foot care and treat a range of conditions, including corns, bunions, verrucas, ingrown toenails, hammer toes, fungal infections and diabetic foot. Find out more >

Meditation Instructor
Meditation has traditionally been practised as part of yoga for thousands of years, but it is increasingly available as an activity or therapy on its own, typically to help with conditions such as anxiety, depression and chronic pain. Find out more >