Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture

Acupuncture and Chinese medicine in Glen Waverley

We offer both one on one consultations as well as multi-bed acupuncture in our multi award nominated centre located in Glen Waverley on Springvale road.  Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can result in long term relief from symptoms, by targeting the source of the condition derived from your Chinese medicine diagnosis

Why Choose Healthy Energy?

  • Affordable acupuncture through the use of multi-bed treatments
  • Experienced and accredited practitioner
  • Holistic based approach to your health

What are the benefits?

  • Affordable treatments
  • Holistic approach to health care
  • Experienced and compassionate female practitioner


Who would benefit from this service?

Those that suffer from the following conditions:

  • General and chronic fatigue
  • Women’s health and infertility e.g. endometriosis, polycycstic ovarian syndrome, mentrual problems
  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Hay fever and seasonal allergies
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Stress, anxiety, depression


What qualifications do you have?

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine) – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Biology) – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
  • Internship completed at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and Jiangsu Hospital of Chinese Medicine
  • Registered Chinese medicine practitioner with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA)
  • Registered acupuncturist with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA)
  • Registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Accredited Member of Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)



Frequently asked questions

1. What is Chinese Medicine and how does it work?

Traditional Chinese Medicine has a long history dated back thousands of years. It encompasses the belief that the body is a holistic entity and aims to restore any imbalances in the body caused by external and internal factors including emotional upset.

Through the process of inquiring about one’s daily life, inspecting the tongue and complexion of one’s face, listening and olfaction, a Chinese medicine practitioner makes a diagnosis based on the Chinese medicine theory principles. Consequently, many modalities including acupuncture, acupressure, cupping, moxibustion and tuina can be applied to promote the body’s natural healing process in restoring the imbalance.

2. What is acupuncture and does it hurt?

Acupuncture is the insertion of fine, single use needles into “merdians” along ones body, the needles are used to stimulate points along ones body to promote the body’s own healing effects.

When you receive acupuncture treatment, you will feel a tap when we insert the needle and then you may feel a dull sensation, which is your body grasping onto the needles which we call “de qi”.

​3. What is Chinese herbal medicine?

Traditional Chinese herbal medicine consists mostly of plant origin, where the root, stem, flower, seeds and bark are brewed together for their effects; and a small portion of herbal medicine of animal, mineral and marine products.

It is thousands of year old unchanged tradition, consisting of more than 3000 herbs, 300 minerals and animal extracts which is still being used in more than 400 different formulas today.

Traditional Chinese herbal medicine has been used for thousands of years in the ailment of several diseases, some which include dermatitis, infertility, menopausal symptoms, stress relief, anxiety, indigestion and many more conditions.

4. What is cupping and does it hurt?

Cupping is the use of glass cups and a flame to create a vacuum on a certain part of the body. It can be used for many conditions and is not painful, instead it will feel like a pulling sensation. After cupping, a red mark will be left on the body for a few days, which is an accumulation of blood at the surface, similar to when skin has been pinched.

5. What is moxibustion?​

Moxibustion is a traditional heat therapy used to stimulate certain acupuncture points along the body to promote the circulation of blood in the body and to promote the body’s own healing capabilities.

How much does it cost?

  • Initial Consultation $125
  • Review Consultation $100
  • Multi-bed acupuncture session $45
  • 5 multi-bed acupuncture session package $203

Private health benefit available – benefit is dependant on level of premium