Showing articles tagged with 'chinese medicine'
Tuesday, 1 February 2022
Endeavour College of Natural Health
Jason Warman’s career in natural health began with an unofficial apprenticeship.
Tuesday, 11 January 2022
future of wellness
Zarah Adaniel always felt in tune with nature and the human body, but her cultural background propelled her into a career in banking and finance. Later, realising the profession involved long hours for little joy, Zarah decided to change her path.
Dr Patricia Diaz
One of our Chinese Medicine Lecturers Dr Patricia Diaz shares her thoughts on where Acupuncture stands in Australia today and provides an overview of the current research into the effectiveness of Acupuncture.
Thursday, 11 November 2021
While it is normal to feel stressed, anxious or depressed now and then, the pandemic has exacerbated mental health concerns for many people.
Tuesday, 19 October 2021
As a student, Patricia Diaz was encouraged to find a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) mentor. She found a fourth-generation practitioner and learnt so much with his guidance.
Thursday, 30 September 2021
More Australians are turning to complementary medicine for help with their mental and physical health. With the COVID-19 pandemic creating an even further spike in demand, interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine continues to steadily grow in Australia.
Winter is the season of Yin energy; it is a time to nurture and nourish from within.
Tuesday, 13 July 2021
Traditional Chinese Medicine is no longer a mysterious shop with a red neon sign and a therapist holding a smelly and smoky moxa stick in a dark and dusty room.
Tuesday, 22 June 2021
Through yoga, Clare Lucas delved into the connection between mind, body and spirit. The more she learnt, the less inclined she was to work in Western medicine. One day, Clare decided to quit her job in patient education and focused her light and energy …
Wednesday, 26 May 2021
As Autumn draws to an end, it is a good opportunity to reflect on how the cooler seasons can impact our energy levels and what we need to nourish ourselves.
‘Battle acupuncture’ refers to an acupuncture technique developed by a US Air Force doctor, Colonel Richard Niemtzow, for the treatment of American soldiers’ injuries during the war in Afghanistan.
Tuesday, 30 March 2021
Many people already know about Acupuncture and the use of needles in Chinese medicine. What many people do not realise is that there are a variety of other implements that Acupuncturists and Chinese medicine practitioners have in their tool kit.