April 2017, Wellnation Clinics
How food affects the body: a TCM perspective
One of the foundational principles underlying Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is that of the five elements – Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. Each of these elements corresponds to different organs, different seasons and different flavours, as well as many other connections…
January 2016, Marie Claire Australia
How to become more alkaline
Want to leap into 2016 bouncing with energy and vitality? The key could be in keeping an alkaline state…
1 January 2015, Kids in the East
Feeding your child’s health
How you can strengthen your child’s digestive system to help fight off those dreaded childhood illnesses…
4 November 2014, Kids in the East
5 ways Chinese medicine can help you and your child
Chinese Medicine is wholistic in its approach to health and wellbeing. In this way, it can easily and effectively treat and help prevent many common childhood ailments as well as helping you restore the energy you need to keep up the hard work of great parenting …
11 July 2011, Southern Courier Editorial
Why awards are no stress Ambrosia Health Centre, winner of Randwick City Business Excellence awards in 2009 and 2007, uses Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs to treat Stress and Anxiety.
07 July 2009, Southern Courier Editorial
East meets West for MothersThe benefits of Acupuncture for Pregnancy and Post Natal support.
Spring 2007, Pointers News journal of the Shiatsu Therapy Association of Australia
Cycles of life Harmonizing women’s menstrual cycles with Acupuncture and Herbs.