Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Brunswick VIC
Do you experience pain, affecting your health? Acupuncture and Chinese herbs offer a natural option for the management of your symptoms.
Dantian Health is a Brunswick Acupuncture and Chinese medicine clinic, located inside the well known Melbourne Oriental Medicine hub, the Australian Shiatsu College. My mission is to help you reduce pain, reclaim your health and restore your vitality.
This setting is a tranquil and relaxing space inside a converted factory warehouse, which provides a zen-like experience for all patients who visit. It is located nearby to the busy and vibrant cafes and shops of Lygon St and Sydney Rd, right on the border of East Brunswick.
The college is host to a wide range of wellness courses such as shiatsu, yoga and counselling, as well as seminars and courses for practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine and other modalities such as massage therapists and counsellors.
Dantian Health is a holistic medical centre that provides to the community of Brunswick, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine services. For anyone seeking a Chinese Herbalist or acupuncture, north Melbourne suburbs of Carlton, Thornbury, Northcote, Coburg and Fitzroy are not too far from my clinic. Of course, people seeking treatment from anywhere in Melbourne are welcome!
Sessions at my Brunswick Chinese Medicine clinic are exclusively by appointment.
My hours are:
You can view my pricing table for my Brunswick acupuncture and herbal medicine clinic here.
As a qualified and registered acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, private health fund rebates for acupuncture are available. Healthpoint facilities allow you to claim natural health rebates on the spot for most health funds.
For acupuncture and Chinese Medicine sessions, Brunswick is easy for patients to get to:
Find me at the Australian Shiatsu College, 103 Evans St, Brunswick VIC 3056
- To arrive by train for your session of Chinese medicine, Brunswick train station is only a 10-minute walk
- To come to see me, Melbourne trams make it easy:
- Tram numbers 1 and 6 stop a minutes walk away on Lygon St
- The number 19 tram stops a 10-minute walk away on Sydney Rd
- To get here for acupuncture, Melbourne buses are an often forgotten form of transport:
- The 506 bus stops less than a 5–minute walk away on Glenlyon Rd
- The 508 bus stops a 5 minutes walk away on Blyth St.
- You can attend your session by car, with free street parking found in surrounding streets
- The most eco-friendly way to arrive for acupuncture treatments though of course is by bike. The clinic is easily accessible by bike (there are no surrounding steep hills!)
A local guide to Brunswick for a healthy lifestyle
Some recommended nearby places for health and lifestyle practices to complement your treatment plan with acupuncture and Chinese medicine in Brunswick include…
… for shopping, Organic Whole Foods is the local store of choice to stock up on organic whole foods, vitamin supplements and other green household supplies to support your healthy lifestyle and Chinese medicine treatment.
… for nature, it is only a short distance to travel after your acupuncture appointment to get to Ceres. This tranquil place to explore the nursery and gardens is perfect to help reconnect with some green living. Organic groceries, local makers markets, meditation courses and more provide a space to counter the busy inner suburban pace of Melbourne life.
… for complementary care with osteopathy, Brunswick Family Osteopathy is a 5-min walk away on Weston St. The women, ad principal practitioners, who run this clinic, Kirsten and Anita, have training in cranial osteopathy, a gentle technique that resonates well with gentle Japanese acupuncture.
… for classes to help with strength, posture and flexibility Armature pilates is just around the corner on Lygon St. A range of classes and styles are on offer to suit all levels and help keep your body out of pain.
… to learn how to move and hold your body optimally to reduce pain, strain and tension the Feldenkrais Studio offers individual and weekly classes regularly.
…and of course, there are classes for your body and mind to complement acupuncture at the Australian Shiatsu College.