Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine

A treatment may include
- Acupuncture
- Chinese herbal medicine prescription - powdered or capsule form
- Chinese herbal medicine capsules, vitamin or supplement prescription
- Cupping
- Moxibustion
- Diet, lifestyle and relaxation advice
Qualifications of therapist - Double bachelor degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture or Masters degree in Acupuncture


Acupuncture

A treatment may include
- Acupuncture
- Cupping
- Moxibustion
- Chinese herbal medicine capsules, vitamin or supplement prescription
- Diet, lifestyle and relaxation advice
Qualifications of therapist - Double bachelor degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture or Masters degree in Chinese Acupuncture depending on the therapist chosen


Community Acupuncture Session

An initial consult is necessary prior to booking in for this session. If you haven't been to the clinic before please book in for an - Acupuncture Session first. This session is held in a large room with up to 3 other patients, lying on a treatment table or lounging on a lazy-boy chair. It is $40 for a 30 min session. Sessions are held on ... Monday 5pm - 6.30 pm ---- with Dr Julia (Pa... Read More

An initial consult is necessary prior to booking in for this session. If you haven't been to the clinic before please book in for an - Acupuncture Session first.
This session is held in a large room with up to 3 other patients, lying on a treatment table or lounging on a lazy-boy chair.
It is $40 for a 30 min session.
Sessions are held on ...
Monday 5pm - 6.30 pm ---- with Dr Julia (Patients of Julia only)
Wednesday 5pm - 7pm ---- with Dr Kim
Friday 11am - 1 pm ----- with Dr Kim
Saturday 11pm - 12 pm ---- with Dr Kim

Qualifications of the therapist - Masters or Bachelor degree in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture


Thursday Pensioner Community Acupuncture Session

This session is for Pensioners only. An initial consult is necessary prior to booking in for this session. If you haven't been to the clinic before please book in for an - Acupuncture Session first. This session is held in a large room with up to 3 other patients, lying on a treatment table or lounging on a lazy-boy chair. It is $28 for a 30 min session. Sessions are held on a Thursday a... Read More

This session is for Pensioners only.
An initial consult is necessary prior to booking in for this session. If you haven't been to the clinic before please book in for an - Acupuncture Session first.
This session is held in a large room with up to 3 other patients, lying on a treatment table or lounging on a lazy-boy chair.
It is $28 for a 30 min session.
Sessions are held on a Thursday at 10-11 am.
Dr Kim is the treating acupuncturist on a Thursday


Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine Consult Only

Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine Consultation
Individualised prescription of powdered or capsule herbs can be given in this treatment.
Qualifications of therapist - Double bachelor degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture


Children and Babies No-Needle Acupuncture - Shonishin

Shonishin - Japanese gentle no-needle acupuncture treatment
Treatment may include depending on the age of the child
- light massage
- light cupping
- moxibustion (non contact)
- Diet, lifestyle and relaxation guidance
Qualifications of therapist - Acupuncture Masters Degree, Advanced Shonishin Training


Remedial Massage Therapy

Various styles of massage can be used in this treatment.
It can also include
- Cupping
- Stretching, postural and self care advice
- Diet and lifestyle guidance
Qualifications of therapist - Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy and Acupuncture Masters Degree.


Gentle Hatha with Yoga Nidra

The class will include a 30 minute gentle Hatha Yoga class, incorporating some dynamic movements to warm up and lengthen the body steadily. Breathing and mindfulness techniques will also be incorporated to encourage the body and mind to relax and prepare for meditation. Following the physical practice of yoga, a 30 minute guided meditation Yoga Nidra will take place in savasana pose (the corpse... Read More

The class will include a 30 minute gentle Hatha Yoga class, incorporating some dynamic movements to warm up and lengthen the body steadily. Breathing and mindfulness techniques will also be incorporated to encourage the body and mind to relax and prepare for meditation. Following the physical practice of yoga, a 30 minute guided meditation Yoga Nidra will take place in savasana pose (the corpse pose, lying on the floor).

Benefits of Hatha Yoga
Yoga is a philosophy made up of methods to create stillness to inspire inner peace and contentment. Hatha Yoga is a physical practice to help nourish and heal the body and mind, by encouraging the functionality of body systems, such as the muscular, lymphatic, nervous and circulatory systems. It can also enhance the body’s digestive and elimination processes. The yogic philosophy is as much a physical practice as a mindful one, as the ultimate intention of the physical practice is to reduce tension in the body, for the more subtle techniques of meditation (mindfulness and contemplation) to take place.

Benefits of Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice originating from Indian traditions and philosophies founded in Hunduism, Buddhism and Tantrisim. Ancient references to Yoga Nidra were traditionally used to describe the sleep of god's and goddess’. Today, Yoga Nidra is more widely known to be a method of guided meditation that seeks to obtain deep relaxation with attentive awareness. It is a method of meditation that explores the states of wakefulness and sleeping, alternating between the conscious, subconscious and unconscious phases of the mind.

Yoga Nidra is experienced in a lying down position (a well-supported armchair can also be used) whilst being guided through a series of breathing exercises and simple instructions. Some of these instructions include awareness of parts of the body, feelings and sensations and visual imagery to help withdraw consciousness from the outside world to the internal world. This method allows tension and strains from the physical body and conscious mental workings to relax and drift into the background of awareness, so that one can begin to recognise their deeper levels of being.

What may differentiate Yoga Nidra from other forms of guided meditation is that it includes a sankalpa, a personalised wish or positive intention. The purpose of this personalised sankalpa is to strengthen the mind and body connection to the spiritual true nature of oneself, nurturing reconnection to our inner desires so that we can live them


Sunrise Hatha Yoga

Awaken the body and mind with an early morning yoga class. Focusing on the breath, this class will include gentle and dynamic movements to warm up and awaken the body steadily. Some standing, balance and gentle strengthening postures will also be practised also. The class will finish with a short meditation to deepen the practice.


Gentle Hatha Yoga

This class will include gentle and dynamic movements to warm up and lengthen the body steadily, followed by standing, balance and gentle strengthening postures. Breathing and mindful practices are also included to encourage the mind and body connection. The class will finish with a short meditation to deepen the practice. Benefits of Hatha Yoga Yoga is a philosophy made up of methods to cr... Read More

This class will include gentle and dynamic movements to warm up and lengthen the body steadily, followed by standing, balance and gentle strengthening postures. Breathing and mindful practices are also included to encourage the mind and body connection. The class will finish with a short meditation to deepen the practice.

Benefits of Hatha Yoga
Yoga is a philosophy made up of methods to create stillness to inspire inner peace and contentment. Hatha Yoga is a physical practice to help nourish and heal the body and mind, by encouraging the functionality of body systems, such as the muscular, lymphatic, nervous and circulatory systems. It can also enhance the body’s digestive and elimination processes. The yogic philosophy is as much a physical practice as a mindful one, as the ultimate intention of the physical practice is to reduce tension in the body, for the more subtle techniques of meditation (mindfulness and contemplation) to take place.


Gentla Hatha and Yoga Nidra

The class will include a 30 minute gentle Hatha Yoga class, incorporating some dynamic movements to warm up and lengthen the body steadily. Breathing and mindfulness techniques will also be incorporated to encourage the body and mind to relax and prepare for meditation. Following the physical practice of yoga, a 30 minute guided meditation Yoga Nidra will take place in savasana pose (the corpse... Read More

The class will include a 30 minute gentle Hatha Yoga class, incorporating some dynamic movements to warm up and lengthen the body steadily. Breathing and mindfulness techniques will also be incorporated to encourage the body and mind to relax and prepare for meditation. Following the physical practice of yoga, a 30 minute guided meditation Yoga Nidra will take place in savasana pose (the corpse pose, lying on the floor).

Benefits of Hatha Yoga
Yoga is a philosophy made up of methods to create stillness to inspire inner peace and contentment. Hatha Yoga is a physical practice to help nourish and heal the body and mind, by encouraging the functionality of body systems, such as the muscular, lymphatic, nervous and circulatory systems. It can also enhance the body’s digestive and elimination processes. The yogic philosophy is as much a physical practice as a mindful one, as the ultimate intention of the physical practice is to reduce tension in the body, for the more subtle techniques of meditation (mindfulness and contemplation) to take place.

Benefits of Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice originating from Indian traditions and philosophies founded in Hunduism, Buddhism and Tantrisim. Ancient references to Yoga Nidra were traditionally used to describe the sleep of god's and goddess’. Today, Yoga Nidra is more widely known to be a method of guided meditation that seeks to obtain deep relaxation with attentive awareness. It is a method of meditation that explores the states of wakefulness and sleeping, alternating between the conscious, subconscious and unconscious phases of the mind.

Yoga Nidra is experienced in a lying down position (a well-supported armchair can also be used) whilst being guided through a series of breathing exercises and simple instructions. Some of these instructions include awareness of parts of the body, feelings and sensations and visual imagery to help withdraw consciousness from the outside world to the internal world. This method allows tension and strains from the physical body and conscious mental workings to relax and drift into the background of awareness, so that one can begin to recognise their deeper levels of being.

What may differentiate Yoga Nidra from other forms of guided meditation is that it includes a sankalpa, a personalised wish or positive intention. The purpose of this personalised sankalpa is to strengthen the mind and body connection to the spiritual true nature of oneself, nurturing reconnection to our inner desires so that we can live them


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