Health & Wellness Interns

Bayleaf highly values educating and supporting the next generation of health and wellness integrative medicine practitioners. Through our internship program, Bayleaf interns receive first hand experience with leaders in our innovative healthcare practice.

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Michaela Pamensky

Clinical Nutrition Intern

BHSc (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine)

While undertaking her Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine, Michaela has worked passionately in the health, wellness and disability space.

Her field of study has been inspired by a deep interest in and fervour for holistic health, nutritious food and wellness.  Michaela is a big advocate for simple and sustainable dietary changes and scientifically evidence-based nutritional advice.

' My ultimate goal is to educate and empower individuals to live healthier lives through nutritional and lifestyle interventions, as well as making health and wellness accessible and achievable for all people regardless of their ability or demographic.'

Michaela encourages people to listen to their body and move and nourish it intuitively . She has the ability to tune into the energy of others and respond with warmth and empathy.

When not working, Michaela loves being outdoors, surrounded by nature. She also loves being active, going on road trips and shopping for fresh, sustainable wholefoods and creating delicious, nourishing meals in the kitchen to share with her friends and family.


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Megan Coad

Naturopath and MD student

Final year Medical student (MD) 
Masters Reproductive Medicine 
Ad Dip. Naturopathy 
BHSc Health Science (Western Herbal Medicine)

An inspiration to those that meet her, Megan Coad is in the final phase of completing the Doctor of Medicine program. As a naturopath for over 12 years, this doctor-to-be has big plans to combine the Medical world with the Natural medicine world, for an integrative approach to health.
Specialising in woman’s health and fertility, Megan supports parents-to-be in the preconception phase to optimise eggs and sperm, helping to prepare healthy bodies for a healthy pregnancy and best possible baby. Completing -with Excellence- a Master in Reproductive Medicine in 2018, she understands ART and IVF well; and tailors treatments to compliment the fertility process. 
Yet, as vast as naturopathy can be, Megan is also confident in managing a wide range of ailments. Areas here include gut health, liver cleanse, mood disorders, hormonal imbalance and autoimmune conditions. Without doubt, Megan’s approach takes a birds-eye, multi-system and holistic avenue, which accounts for comorbidities, nutritional deficiencies, system interactions and medications.
Megan has served as a corporate educator in the practitioner-only field for over 6 years, as well as lectured in a number of the universities and tertiary institutions. She follows the ethos that we all have the capacity for lifelong growth and positive change, it’s merely self-determination that drives us forward. 
Megan manages a busy blended family of 6, modelling strong ethics, good food on the table and a compassionately attuned approach to parenting.