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Acupuncture

Sticking a needle through social barriers

Sticking a needle through social barriers

22 May 2018 Endeavour College of Natural Health

In her early twenties, acupuncturist Kirsten Baker ventured to China to discover the essence of her craft through volunteering at a communal acupuncture centre within a Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital. Little did Kirsten know that decades later she’d be helping establish a similar model of care to support Micah Projects, a groundbreaking Australian social housing facility.​

The turning point: transitioning from marketing to acupuncture

The turning point: transitioning from marketing to acupuncture

28 March 2018 Jess Reeves

When my friends heard that I’d enrolled in a Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) their response was “finally”. Other people ask why, in the middle of successful marketing career, I’d start again from scratch. Read more about how I utilised Endeavour's monthly online intakes to transition from a full-time marketing career to studying my acupuncture degree.

Pins and Beagles

Pins and Beagles

22 November 2017 Endeavour College of Natural Health

We spoke with veterinary acupuncturist Carolin Power to find out why so many animal owners are opting for acupuncture to treat their pets.

A Chinese Medicine take on matters of the heart

A Chinese Medicine take on matters of the heart

28 June 2016 Hugh Hayward

Acupuncturist and clinic owner Hugh Hayward turns to Chinese Medicine to help heartache and suffering.

Acupuncturist turned medical writer embraces role of a lifetime

Acupuncturist turned medical writer embraces role of a lifetime

20 January 2016 Nina Tovey

Melbourne acupuncturist and Endeavour graduate Karen McCloskey is riding the crest of the wellness wave and proving it is possible to change the lives of thousands outside of clinical practice.

Workouts the experts swear by: Fitness secrets from an acupuncturist

Workouts the experts swear by: Fitness secrets from an acupuncturist

10 September 2013 Sarah George

Acclaimed acupuncturist Sarah George shares with Wellspring her favourite workouts and how AND why she makes the time in her schedule each week.

Mending a broken heart with Traditional Chinese Medicine

Mending a broken heart with Traditional Chinese Medicine

1 August 2013 Sarah George

Most of us have experienced the painful pangs of a broken heart or 'love sickness'. For many, it is one the most agonising experiences a person can go through, yet it is felt slightly differently by us all.

Q&A: Judy James

Q&A: Judy James

11 April 2013 Endeavour College of Natural Health

Wellspring speaks with Judy James, CEO of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).

Rod Martin: Pin up boy

Rod Martin: Pin up boy

2 October 2012 Nina Tovey

Endeavour alumnus Rod Martin is breaking new ground with collaborative approach to healthcare.