Meet SA Woman Member, Melissa Jachmann.

Business/Organisation: Melissa Jachmann Bioresonace Practictioner
Job Role: Owner

Tell us a bit about you:

I’m known as Mel…Born in the Mid North Region, raised in the Murray Mallee, nature was my playground as there was literally nothing else! We decided to settle down in the Barossa in 2011 and have since made it our boys home town.

I am a business owner, mother of three boys, wife, sister, aunty, the list goes on, you know how it goes. I love my garden, being in the kitchen pottering around cooking or brewing up something DIY with my oils and Young Living goodies, day dreaming, op shopping & collecting a great neglected TBR pile.

Tell us a bit about your business or organisation/role:

I found Bioresonance initially back in 2017 trying to find a modality to help our family with some persistent struggles. I have had invisible chronic health issues that a brave smiling face can easily hide to the outside world. After being in the hospitality industry for over a decade and then having three children under three, eventually it all came to a head. The days of ignoring my body’s whispers eventually turned into screams. I found myself out of the sore hazy fog my life had become and felt energised & more like my true self once again.

As my youngest started Kindy, I decided to study Bioresonance in 2022 and started my own clinic in 2023. I am all about preventative self care and tuning into our bodies innate wisdom. It’s what you do on the daily not just every now and then. All the small habits you do each day make a whole new lifestyle. You are worth taking care of. Only YOU can make the changes to create the life you want.

What region of South Australia are you in?:
Barossa Clare Valley

How can you best contact you:

Phone Number: 0407 398 671

instagram @mel.jachmann

Let’s get to know you a little more:

What has been a lesson you learnt in your career or business that has stayed with you?
Remember WHY you started. It’s so basic but it definitely creates some perspective when you start taking your business and life for granted in the daily ground hog days!

What is your favourite place in South Australia to visit?
The River Murray

Why is being part of SA Woman important to you?
I really think women need to genuinely start cheering each other on and celebrating each others wins and being there for the lows. We carry so much in life, work and the community in general, what would the world doe without us haha. There is room for everyone and everyone is worthy of having their own dreams and desires and even more so if they come to fruition!

What is a quote or mantra you live by?

Everyone else is taken, be yourself.