Lola Berry reveals her fave Melbourne health & wellness hotspots

Barry Cafe

There are SO many great healthy places in Melbourne. I could easily go on for ages! But, for the sake of space, I’ve limited myself to eight of my faves.

Eating Out

Shoku Iku

This divine café serves up organic, nourishing raw food that looks like art. They also do amazing superfood smoothies and tonic teas. All prepared with lots of love! The space is beautifully designed as well and constructed out of reclaimed materials.

Yong Green Food

Another amazing organic café with mostly raw food, but also some great cooked dishes. Their raw desserts are amaze!


This café in Northcote has amazing food and a cool Scandi-style fit out. The Californian Superfood Salad, in particular, is next level. Think a Mexican style combo of tri-coloured quinoa, kale, wild rice, charred corn, black turtlebeans, heirloom tomatoes and a lime and jalapeno vinaigrette. #Yumbo!

Monk Bodhi Dharma

Like pancakes? Monk Bodhi Dhama do amazing gluten-free buckwheat and apple pancakes with maple syrup. I like to get mine topped with coconut ice-cream!

St Ali

St Ali serves epic brekkie and ace coffee. I personally don’t drink coffee, but it’s meant to be the best in town.

Getting Bendy

Yoga 213

Head to Yoga 213 for vinyasa classes set to the sounds of hip-hop music. Awesome!

Power Living

Another amazing yoga destination. Both the Fitzroy and Union St studios are ace.

Stocking Up

Prahran Market

Melbourne’s oldest market is the best place for organics. Ripe is a great grocer!