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Change of season colds, coughs and sniffles – Scott Stephens BHSc (Acu)

Winter is not just the main time for colds and flu’s.   The changing from the cool water element of winter to the warmer wood element of spring can leave one’s body open to what we call a pathogenic wind attack, leading to the well-known symptoms of cold and flu.   In Chinese medicine, there […]

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Shonishin training trip with Sensei Shimamura | Scott Stephens BHSc (acu), Shonishin therapy acupuncture, Cert IV massage

Last week while the wheels kept turning at MCM, I was lucky enough to travel to Brisbane to complete further training in Shonishin Paediatric Acupuncture/Therapy. The training was taught by Japanese acupuncturist Tsuyoshi Shimamura Sensei. He is  an amazing practitioner with a wealth of experience and knowledge. Mr Shimamura was an apprentice of famous blind […]

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Anxiety and the Bao Mai: The importance of keeping an open heart through your fertility journey | Anna McMullen B.HSc CM

As you may know, acupuncture works by manipulating the body’s energy via acupuncture points, which are commonly located on Meridians or channels. These channels weave a complex system, connecting the internal with the external within the body and allowing for the movement of energy. One of the less commonly known channels is called the Bao […]

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