In my treatments, I am able to incorporate a wide range of techniques such as needling, moxibustion, cupping, tuina massage and Chinese herbal medicine and as an experienced practitioner. I adhere to strict medical guidelines and protocols around safe needling practices. I believe that I have a wealth of Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) knowledge to share and I aim to bring you a comfortable environment in which your body can safely heal from injury or holistic body unbalance.


Using the traditional 4 examinations of looking, listening, questioning and palpation, as your Acupuncturist I will be guided to an understanding of how to approach your individual healthcare needs. Sometimes methods such as Cupping, Moxa or Elector-Stimulator (where a small electric current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles) may be incorporated into the needling […]

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine can cover a wide range of diseases with decoction, powders or tablets.


Moxa is warm technique using moxa corn, moxa stick, and moxa-needle. These are most commonly used for cold patterns. Sometimes a TDP lamp (Far Infrared Mineral Heat Lamps) is used to cover a wide area. By heating certain points and areas the intention is to stimulate circulation and induce a smoother flow of Blood and […]


Cupping is good to remove blood stasis and improve blood circulation. Massage makes positive pressure and cupping makes negative pressure with cups for moving the blood stasis.    Demonstration of cupping Click here to buy these products. Or click image to enlarge it.    

Tuina Massage

Tuina is traditional Chinese medical massage treatment and is a non needle acu-point therapy. Combined with Acupuncture it is a very effective treatment. It can be used for soft tissue massage, joint and uses special techniques for infantile. Commonly treated conditions are; Musculoskeletal problems (pain from Sports Injury, Deep Tissue, Joint, Muscle …)    Women’s […]


Gua means to scrape or rub. Sha is a ‘reddish, elevated, millet-like skin rash’ which comes up when practitioner scrapes the surface of the skin using a smooth edged tool. Sha is the term used to describe Blood stasis in the subcutaneous tissue before and after it is raised as petechiae. Gua Sha is a […]