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The body is inherently intelligent and always trying to maintain balance. What many call 'symptoms', I see as messages. These messages of dis-ease ask us to pay attention to something in our life that is out of balance and needs correcting, ultimately allowing us to live with more fullness. East Asian Medicine can profoundly support us to restore  balance in body, mind and spirit.

What is Traditional East Asian Medicine?

Traditional East Asian Medicine (TEAM) uses a wide range of gentle and non-invasive treatment strategies to bring patients back to a state of health, vitality and wellness.


Stimulating the self-healing mechanisms of the body, practices such as Japanese Needling, Meridian therapy, Moxibustion (heat therapy), Cupping, Sotai, Diet and Lifestyle recommendations all form part of a holistic and comprehensive strategy to your current state of physical and emotional health. 


TEAM supports people during all stages of life; Modified and refined techniques have been developed for the treatment of babies, toddlers and children, specialised care for pregnant and birthing women, as well as other advanced techniques for adolescence and adults. 


Paediatric Conditions


Chronic & Auto-Immune Conditions

Immune System, Colds & Flu's

General Well-Being

Digestion & Respiratory Issues

Women's & Men's Health

Menstrual & Reproductive Health

Supportive Treatment for patients diagnosed or undergoing treatment for Cancer

Sleep Disorders

Hormonal Imbalance

Skeletal & Muscular conditions 

Stress, Lifechanges

Circulatory System

Nervous System

Some Reasons for Seeking Treatment

Who I Work With

A Toddler and a Baby


Teenagers in Park


Medical Touch



Rounded tools made of silver, gold and copper are typically used to stroke, rub and tap the skin for a gentle and fun treatment. Because Shonishin is so gentle and non-invasive, it is used to treat children from birth. 

Shonishin can be used to help in respiratory problems, coughs, colds, skin disorders such as hives and eczema, digestive problems including reflux and colic, behaviour, emotional and sleep difficulties, urinary disturbances, bedwetting, ear and nose problems, developmental problems, recurrent infections, immunity and general wellbeing. Treatment can also be aimed at helping night terrors, adjusting to preschool/school, accidents and injuries. 



East Asian Medicine can help teens find balance amidst a rapidly changing body and worldview. Some parents bring teens for sleep disturbance, growing pain and structural issues, hormonal balance, menstrual discomfort, fatigue, stress and anxiety. 

Teenagers typically only need a 45min session and respond quickly to treatment.


Perhaps you are looking to maintain your wellbeing, or perhaps you are dealing with complex and chronic illness. No matter where you find yourself in the journey to wellness, East Asian Medicine can support you to reach balance and health. 

There are many reasons to seek the help of a practitioner. You may be unsure of the way forward or have tried things that didn't work. Good health doesn't need to be complicated, and Traditional East Asian Medicine can help bring you into alignment with the natural healing capacity of your own body and being. 

If you are unsure if treatment would be beneficial for your individual circumstances, please contact me to discuss.


Traditional Japanese Medicine is a diverse and dynamic form of medicine. Sarah's Practice reflects this principle, treating patients of all ages and conditions. From maintaining wellbeing to the treatment of stubborn & chronic issues, Sarah approaches the health of her patients with care and diligence. Sarah especially enjoys the range of patients and conditions that appear in Practice and loves working directly with the patient to improve their overall wellbeing.

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