Queensland floods please help if you can

The Village of Grantham, Lockyer Valley, Queensland was virtually destroyed by a massive flash flood last Monday. This link provides an opportunity to assist that stricken community directly. I spent my first 5 years in practice in the Lockyer Valley and was extremely well supported by the … [Read more...]

The Life and Times of a Japanese Acupuncture Practitioner Downunder.

The Life and Times of a Japanese Acupuncture Practitioner Downunder After celebrating a joyous Christmas with my family I headed off to the http://www.woodfordfolkfestival.com/ until New Year's Day. Our campsite at the festival was some distance up a hill, thus we were incredibly fortunate to … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture workshop in Prague successful

Judging by feedback the Japanese Acupuncture workshop held in Prague last weekend was a roaring success. To this end much of the credit must be given to my interpreter and event organiser Renata Sotova. Her commitment and persistence knows few limitations, overcoming many obstacles prior to and … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture Workshop in Prague

In a few hours this groundbreaking  Japanese Acupuncture workshop in Prague http://www.worldacupuncture.com/public/231.cfm commences. It's the wee hours of the morning here so this will be a very brief post. Johnathan has arrived from Portugal, Chris flew in last night from Ireland, Renata has … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture benefits victims of the Chilean earthquake

Japanese acupuncture was used to benefit victims of the Chilean earthquake earlier this year. How did this come to pass? In my practice of Japanese acupuncture I am invariably accompanied by a student/assistant during treatment. There are three good reasons. 1. Most important being that the … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture Workshops in 2010

The Japanese acupuncture workshop schedule for 2010 is taking a more defined shape as we move inexorably into a very enticing year. For those living and practicing Japanese Acupuncture locally please click on the following link to access the calendar for this year's Japanese acupuncture workshop … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture,Meridian Therapy preferred by elite tennis professional

A warm welcome, especially to our Japanese Acupuncture/ Meridian Therapy/ Traditional Acupuncture colleagues ensconced in the depth of a freezing cold winter in the Northern Hemisphere. It has taken me some time to get into gear for 2010. The latter part of our spring and the first part of summer … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture and 3 cases of over zealous application

As Christmas approaches down under style, the stress of tying up all the loose ends in addition to an extraordinary dry and hot spell of weather has seen a number of my patients present to clinic energetically deflated. 3 of these patients were diagnosed as Liver yang deficiency syndrome, that is … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture relieves my Acute Lower Back Pain Immediately

Last Monday week an innocuous incident saw me dropped by a severe case of lower back pain. Years of pre-acupuncture physical toil, harvesting potatoes and picking fruit has taken it's toll on my body, leaving me with a susceptible lower back. For the last 5 years regular acupuncture treatment and … [Read more...]

Japanese Acupuncture, Infants, New Babies, Dolphins and the Beach

Hi There, Today's Japanese Acupuncture post is primarily pictorial. Images of infant patients, new born prodigy of existing patients, dolphins at play, the beach and the ocean were all captured in the last week. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed taking them. Wishing you … [Read more...]