Women's Health

It can be hard to navigate a path to feeling better. What works for one person does not necessarily work for someone else.

You and your body are unique, so your acupuncture treatments and chinese herbs are formulated especially for you and your unique symptoms.

As a woman, your health is your power.

I absolutely love working in women’s health. I am repeatedly amazed by the  strength and resilience of the women who sit with me in my clinic. But, I am sometimes disturbed by the stories of overwhelm, and the health problems that result.

Busy at work, home, looking after family, believing that there is no time to take care of herself and left wondering just when did she start feeling out of sorts. Many women I see, without even realising it, have ended up putting themselves at the bottom of the needs list.  Somewhere along the way they decided that they are not worth investing in, either with time or money. They feel guilty when they rest, or do something entirely for themselves. 

This is where I come in.

When dealing with women’s health, acupuncture is not a one-off treatment. Although we are likely to see changes quickly, it can take time to get you back to where you really want to be with your health and wellbeing.

Acupuncture, chinese medicine and herbs, is a potent way to bring us back to ourselves, and to listen to what our body needs. Our needs change through every stage of our life, and how we look after ourselves now, will directly impact how we meet and experience the next stage.

Common Complaints

  • Pelvic & period pain
  • Period problems – heavy, irregular or absent periods
  • Anxiety & depression
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Hot flushes
  • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
  • Headaches
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Overwhelm
  • PCOS
  • Autoimmune disease

Her nervous system had been through so much. She decided to spend the rest of her life calming the inflammation. Thoughts, feelings, memories, behavior, relations. She soothed it all with deep, loving breaths and gentle practices. The softer she became with herself, the softer she became with the world, which became softer with her. She birthed a new generational cycle: Peace."