Release, Relax, Unwind




We apply a clinically based Japanese approach that comes directly from traditional and classical acupuncture texts. The Japanese style of needling involves very fine, thin and flexible needles compared to those used in Chinese Acupuncture. Japanese Acupuncture is often described as being painless as it is gentler and less invasive.


Our practitioners combine classical texts on traditional Chinese medicine with current western concepts and modern medical knowledge, to provide a greater understand and holistic approach for every client. Our aim is simply to improve health and increase your happiness and overall wellbeing.

"When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
 you touch everything.

- Lao Tzu 


Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine, sterile, single use needles into specific acupuncture points to clear energy blockages and encourage the normal flow of energy, or Qi, through the body.  Acupuncture dates back over 2,000 years.


Cupping is generally thought of as just a TCM technique. However it's been seen in  Egyptian hieroglyphics and medical texts written in 1550 B.C. Today it is still used in both sports and non sports medicine practices for myofascial release.    


Tui Na is a form of Chinese massage using the theory of TCM. Sometimes called Acupuncture without needles. Using both acupuncture points and tender (Ashi) points, it aims to restore movement, harmony and flow of Qi in the body 


Moxibustion is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant materials called "moxa" is burned on or very near the surface of the skin. The intention is to warm and invigorate the flow of Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences.


Acupuncture for some can be a holistic, drug-free pain relief option. It aims to address the underlying cause of the condition, as well as the presenting symptoms.

It may be able to assist with both physical and emotional health as well as general overall well-being.

Why Try

A review of research by the    Acupuncture Evidence Project  in 2017 showed evidence with    various levels of effect for 117 conditions. It found Acupuncture can be used with effectiveness in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, from musculoskeletal, gastronomical issues to mental health, stress, pain and gynaecological concerns  

& Research

This will depend on the type and severity of the condition. Generally speaking acute conditions respond quicker than chronic ones. As with diet and exercise though, some people respond better than others. It depends on each individuals’ situation and response to treatment.

How Many Treatments

Acute/Chronic low back pain, Allergic rhinitis, Anxiety, Cancer pain,  Constipation, Headache & migraines, IBS, Insomnia, Knee osteoarthritis, Lateral elbow pain, Menopausal hot flushes, Neck pain, Plantar heel pain, Postoperative nausea & vomiting, Sciatica, Shoulder pain, TMJ pain, are just some of the conditions it can help with

What Can it
Help With 


Initial consult (60 min) $95

Acu, Tui Na, Moxa, Cupping


Standard consult (50-60 min) $90

Acu, Tui Na, Moxa, Cupping


Short consult (30 min) $60

Tui Na, Moxa, Cupping

HICAPS and private health fund rebates available, depending on cover.  

What's the 
Cost / Price


It is NOT like getting a flu shot or giving blood. Acupuncture should be a gentle and pleasant experience. The Japanese style of needling often results in patients not feeling any of the needles at all. We aim to relax you and you might even fall asleep during treatment 

Does it 


West End Clinic 

Open Mon - Sat

SBA Clinic

13B Browning St

South Brisbane QLD 4101

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West End Clinic 

Open Mon - Sat

SBA Clinic

13B Browning St

South Brisbane QLD 4101

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0404 722 025