28.01.21more

Hormone Harmony

Have you been feeling a little out of wack lately, or getting weird symptoms creeping into your menstrual cycle, or has your period gone totally awry? Hormone imbalances can cause an array of symptoms that can impact your day to day life. Things like period pain, PMS, emotional imbalances, migraines …

27.03.20more

COVID-19 STAGE 3/4 RESTRICTIONS

*Updated 20.10.20 ACUPUNCTURE NOW OPEN TO EVERYONE! We wanted to update you on what Stage 3/4 restrictions mean for the clinic and your treatments. We are still OPEN and here to help, but still have some guidelines set by the government.IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ACUPUNCTUREAcupuncture has been deemed an essential service and …

16.03.20more

KEEPING YOU HAPPY + HEALTHY

We want to let you know that we are still open and treating patients and are taking measures to ensure your health and safety when visiting us in either of our clinic locations.We are proud to already adhere to a high level of cleanliness and hygiene practices as required by the nature of …

09.08.19more

Replenishing from pregnancy workshop + beetroot truffles

Our Nutritionist Emma Lynasrecently teamed up with healthy chef and queen of making home cooking simple – Melanie Leeson from Mettle + Gracefor Shift Presents: The Fourth Trimester – Replenishing from Pregnancy & Recovering from Birth.It was such an amazing and informative workshop that showed just how simple you can make optimum nutrition …

03.05.18more

ENERGY X – MAY’S PRODUCT OF THE MONTH

So lets talk Magnesium! Just about everyone can benefit from taking a magnesium supplement. Magnesium is a co-factor in over 350 enzymatic reactions in the body. It is used in energy production, sleep regulation, muscle function, just to name a few. In Australia our soil is magnesium deficient so the …

12.07.17more

5 tips to stay strong for the winter

Our acupuncturists Chantel shares her top 5 quick tips for staying strong, healthy and warm this cold Melbourne Winter!     #1 In winter, meals should be nutritious and warming, lots of stews and soups # 2 A small amount of spirits or wine is good to warm the system up, …

08.06.17more

Saline for Sinus

As we move through autumn to winter, the deciduous trees start to lose their leaves and flowers fall to the ground…sinus sufferers may feel the affects. Whether you have chronic or acute sinus or allergic rhinitis (hayfever) there is an easy solution I highly encourage…saline solution! Now I’m not going …