Reconnect with a Healthier Way of Life
Moxibustion is a Natural Approach to Restore Warmth and Revitalise Circulation
Do your muscles and joints feel stiff and sore in the cold weather?
Do you experience difficulties warming up and feel low in energy?
Does your circulation and pain get worse in winter?
Reclaiming your health and restoring your vitality means returning balance to your body and lifestyle
Common reasons people consult a Moxibustionist for help may include (but are not limited):
What does it look like if you were to reconnect with a healthier way of life?
How to reconnect with a healthier lifestyle
Book your appointment online in just a few minutes
We develop the best treatment plan for your individual concerns
You reconnect with your healthier lifestyle and reengage with the activities you love
During your consultation, we apply the natural wisdom of Chinese Medicine to
Hear your body’s expression of health imbalances
Understand where the lack of healthy warmth is creating your sub-optimal health
Determine the most appropriate way to use moxa to reinvigorate your fire
Discover the best way for you to return to optimal health.
Who is the Moxibustionist at Dantian Health?
Hi, I’m Jason, a nationally registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist. I am the owner and principal practitioner. Feel free to discover more about me.
What differentiates you from other Melbourne moxa therapists?
At Dantian Health, I have training in both Shiatsu and Japanese acupuncture techniques which feature the use of moxibustion.
I am a lecturer in moxibustion and am committed to deepening my skills and knowledge through continuing professional development in the field.
Why should I come to Dantian Health for moxibustion?
Moxa therapy, the burning of mugwort herb on or near the skin, is especially a useful modality to use in the southern Vic regions of Australia where the seasons and cold are more pronounced. At Dantian Health it often is incorporated in treatments, especially those colder months of Melbourne!
I offer moxibustion therapy as an adjunct to acupuncture and massage sessions. I also offer 30min stand-alone moxa sessions.
How can I tell if Dantian Health is the right Moxibustion clinic for me?
Selecting the right health practitioner for you is important. If you have any questions around how moxibustion may help pain or any other specific condition your body has, then you are welcome to make a time to talk with me directly.
To read what others have said about my clinic you can search Google for “Dantian Health”.
What training do Moxibustion practitioners have?
Training to become an acupuncturist or shiatsu therapist often involves an introduction to moxibustion skills. Skills may be further developed through supervised mentorship and continuing professional development courses.
What registrations do moxa practitioners hold?
In Japan, moxibustion is a separately licenced therapy from acupuncture. In Australia, we have no official qualifications or registration for moxa practitioners.
Where is your Melbourne moxibustion clinic?
I provide treatments using Moxibustion in Brunswick, Melbourne CBD .
As a local acupuncture and moxibustion practitioner for the Moreland community, I welcome people from Melbourne’s northern suburbs including Brunswick, Carlton, Thornbury, Northcote, Coburg and Fitzroy as well as throughout Melbourne.
I offer the choice of appointment times both during and after work hours.
Member of Australia’s leading acupuncture and Chinese medicine association.
Nationally registered health practitioner with Chinese Medicine Board of Australia
Diplomate of Canonical Chinese Medicine through ICEAM
Reclaim your health and restore vitality at Dantian Health in Brunswick, Melbourne
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