Creating Wellness Through Balance!
The two major Natural Medicine practises of Western Naturopathy and Eastern Traditional Chinese Medicine inclusive of Acupuncture, are combined to work in synergy so you can achieve rapid progress in management and/or possible resolution of your health challenge.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is applied through acupuncture and its principle of creating balance through Qi or Energy flow. Western Natural Medicine principles of nutrition, herbs, supplements, technology and lifestyle guidelines, complement this principle of energy balance.
Varying treatments and strategies are used to achieve your desire for sustained, optimum well-being:
Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Cupping, Far Infra-Red Lamp, Western Natural Medicine
Herbs, Nutritional Supplements, Dietary/Lifestyle guidelines, Scientifically validated bioelectrical tissue analysis, Wellness Energy technology incorporating Far Infra-Red, Negative Ion and Magnetic energy.
You, the client, can tap into multiple resources to achieve your desired outcome in problem areas such as: Maintenance of Wellbeing, Prevention of colds /flu, Migraines/ Headaches, Asthma / Chest complaints, Hypertension/ High Cholesterol, Stress / Depression, Acne / Eczema /Psoriasis, PMS, Endometriosis, Menopause, Muscular / Skeletal Pain, Weight Management.
Apart from managing these and other health/life issues, your treatment programme is focussed on the maintenance of wellbeing and the prevention of disease and illness. Ultimately, you achieve the knowledge and skills for continuing good health.
‘Follow up consultations are essential to ensure a desired treatment outcome’
The maintenance of well-being can be successfully monitored by further dialogue, periodic bioelectrical tissue analysis, iridology and pulse/tongue patterns.
I look forward to helping all of you in your quest for lifelong vitality and wellbeing.
B.HSc -Acupuncture – AHPRA accredited
Adv.Dip. HSc. – Naturopathy
Adv.Dip. HSc. – Acupuncture
Diploma HSc – Nutrition
Diploma HSc – Herbal Medicine