What we offer
Our perception of health focuses on our patient’s body’s structure, physiological systems, diet and nutrition, and emotional and psychological state. Our individualised services are carefully designed to relieve your pain and help you live a happier, more comfortable life. Check out our list of treatments and services below to learn more about what we can do to help you heal.
ACC Initial Consultation80 Minutes
- An ACC initial consult is the first Acupuncture treatment in a series of treatments that are partially covered by ACC. Our expert Acupuncturist will record all your personal, health, ACC information before starting a treatment.
ACC Followup Treatment60 Minutes
- In an ACC followup treatment, our expert Acupuncturist will continue with your treatment following the ACC Initial Consultation.
Private 30 Minute Follow up Treatment30 Minutes
- In a private follow up treatment, our expert Acupuncturist will continue treating from the Private Initial Consultation for 30 minutes. Ideal for people who need a shorter treatment.
Private 60 Minute Follow up Treatment60 Minutes
- In a private followup treatment, our expert Acupuncturist will continue treating from the Private Initial Consultation.
Private Initial Consultation80 Minutes
- A private initial consult is the first Acupuncture treatment in a series of treatments. Our expert Acupuncturist will record all your personal, health information before starting a treatment.
Child Initial Consultation Treatment60 Minutes
- A Child initial consult is the first Acupuncture treatment for a child under 16 years of age. A guardian will attend the treatment and our expert Acupuncturist will record all the child's personal, health information before starting a treatment.
- A Cupping Treatment is where our expert Acupuncturist will provide a cupping treatment to disperse and free course tension and tightness in the back and shoulders for 30 minutes.
Child Follow up Treatment45 Minutes
- In a Child Follow up treatment, our expert Acupuncturist will continue treating from the Private Child Initial Consultation.
Chinese Massage60 Minutes
- A Chinese Massage is where our expert Chinese Masseuse will provide a massage catered to your particular needs lasting one hour.
Chinese Massage30 Minutes
- A Chinese Massage is where our expert Chinese style Masseuse will provide a Chinese massage based on your particular needs for 30 minutes.
Reflexology Foot Massage60 Minutes
- A Reflexology Foot Massage is where our expert Reflexologist Masseuse will provide a massage catered to your particular needs lasting one hour.
Reflexology Foot Massage/ Guasha Treatment30 Minutes
- A Reflexology Foot Massage or Guasha Treatment is given to cater to your particular needs for 30 minutes.
Aromatouch Massage45 Minutes
- A specific type of massage therapy that combines the benefits of essential oils with the power of touch. It involves the application of 8 different essential oils to the back and feet using techniques to promote relaxation, reduce stress and support overall well-being.
Essential Oils Aromatherapy30 Minutes
- Essential oils layering treatment provides the body and mind with the support it needs to function optimally. It involves essential oils that are known for there benefits for specific areas of the body such as digestive, nervous system and layering them across the back and down the spine.
Follow up Movement Assessment & Neuromuscular Massage45 Minutes
- A follow up from the Initial Movement Assessment and Neuromuscular Massage. Addressing the issues located from the initial Massage.
Initial Assessment and Neuromuscular Massage90 Minutes
- A comprehensive approach to evaluating and improving how your body moves by identifying minor dysfunctions in your musculoskeletal system. A neuromuscular massage is a valuable component of addressing dysfunction, pain and stiffness by using mobility exercises, core engagement and neuromuscular massage to enhance your overall health and mobility.
If you’re looking for a time-tested way to improve your health and wellbeing, acupuncture is a perfect choice. Acupuncture is a Traditional Chinese Medicine used for over 3,000 years to restore health and balance in the body.
Acupuncture works by stimulating specific points on the body known as acupuncture points or acupoints. These points are located along energy channels, or meridians, throughout the body. Stimulating the acupoints helps unblock any blockages in the channels and restore the body’s flow of energy or qi.
Acupuncture therapy is based on the theory of Yin and Yang, which states that there must be a balance between the two forces to maintain health. According to this theory, when one force becomes dominant, it can lead to disease.
Acupuncture works by targeting pathogens at the level of the disease based on the patients presenting systems. The therapist will insert needles into specific points on the body thought to connect to the pathways of energy flow. This treatment aims to correct the imbalance and restore health.
While acupuncture is most commonly used to treat pain, it can also be effective for various conditions, including anxiety, depression, headaches, and nausea.
The frequency of acupuncture treatments will vary depending on the individual’s condition. In general, acute conditions require more frequent treatments, while chronic conditions can be helped with less frequent treatments.
For example, someone suffering from frequent nausea may need two or three treatments a week until their symptoms improve, while someone with chronic pain may benefit from one treatment every other week.
Some people find that they need occasional “tune-ups” even after their condition has resolved in order to maintain their health and well-being.
Ultimately, the best way to determine how often you need acupuncture is to consult with a practitioner. They will be able to assess your individual needs and create a treatment plan that is tailored to you.
Traditional holistic medicine has used cupping for centuries to bring out deep toxins that are trapped within the body’s tissues. The process involves using heat and glass cups to create a vacuum that sucks the skin and underlying tissue into the cup. This process can help to free up stagnation and blood stasis, as well as unblock qi passages that are vital for transporting blood and fluids throughout the body. Cupping is an effective way to restore and revitalize the body back to good health. If you are interested in trying this traditional holistic therapy, be sure to consult with a qualified practitioner who can help you determine if it is right for you.
Tuina is a form of massage that has its roots in traditional Chinese medicine. Tuina utilises the hands to massage the body and manipulate the muscles and soft tissues. The word tuina comes from two Chinese characters that mean “Push” and “Grasp”.
Tuina is unique because it uses both pressure and stretching to achieve its effects. The therapist will often use their fingers, palms, elbows, and even feet to pressure the patient’s body.
Tuina is often used to treat various conditions such as muscle pain, fatigue, stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Tuina is an excellent way to promote relaxation and reduce stress levels. It can also help to improve circulation, relieve pain, and promote healing.
Electroacupuncture is a type of acupuncture that uses electrical stimulation to stimulate the acupoints. The electrical stimulation is thought to stimulate the body’s Primary Afferent Nociceptive system and regions of the brain, leading to the release of endorphins and other neurotransmitters that help reduce pain and promote healing. Electroacupuncture takes into account the whole person and helps activate each patient’s natural healing processes and restore their physical and emotional well-being.