Member since 2008

Jing Zheng

Jing Zheng

36 Yarra St
Kaleen ACT 2617

Servicing area: Kaleen, Australian Capital Territory

Canberra Acupuncture Clinic 

Jing Zheng

Established in 2004, Canberra Acupuncture Clinic intergrates fundermental approaches to the wellbeing and health of it's clients. It's holistic focus on patient therapy ensures excellence in the care and wellness of it's clients. Each practitoner is highly qualitied with extensive experience that is reflected in Canberra Acupuncture Clinic's practise. 

About Us

Canberra Acupuncture Clinic was established in 2004 by Chinese Medicine Practitioner  Jinghua Zheng. Jing is a caring and compassionated practitioner who seeks to help with an extensive number of diseases through the techniques, theories and wisdom of ancient Chinese Medicine.

Her holistic approach to therapy is demonstrated through her individualised health care and attention; going above and beyond symptoms of the disease to address the cause of it. Furthermore, Jing is particular interestied in helping her clients with acute and chronic pain and fertility/IVF assistance for women and men. She also applies Dr. Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture for people who are experience mental illness or recovering from surger, illness or injury.  She received an Academic Excellence Award for the Department of Health Science at CIT in 2004 and an Academic Excellence for achieving the highest final mark in the modules Gynaecology at Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2011.

How Acupuncture Relieves Your Pain and Inflammation

“If there is free flow, there is no pain, If there is pain, there is no free flow.” - Traditional Chinese Medicine Axiom

Acupuncture is a healing practice that is 3000 years old in which thin needles are placed at specific points into the human body’s Channel’s (in other words energy flow). It's primarily uses include to relieve pain but also to help with other diseases.

Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the understanding that living beings have a vital energy or “Qi”. This life force circulates through the twelve invisible energy lines/Channels on the body. Each Channel is associated with a different organ, hence why an imbalance of the flow of Qi/energy throughout a Channel can lead to disorders or disease. 

Consultation  Fees:

Initial Acupuncture        $120

follow up       $75----$90  / session (25minutes----50minutes)

Cosmetic Acupuncture  $ 180

 follow up  $95 / session

Cupping       $45

Moxa           $60

Afterhours   $220

Qualification Details

  • Registered Chinese Herbalist and Acupuncturist
  • Advanced Diploma of Acupuncture
  • Diploma of Eastern Remedial Massage Therapies
  • Certificate in Clinical Acupuncture and Moxabustion in Shanghai University China
  • Certificate in Basics of Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture
  • Certificate in Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture Internal Medicine, Psychiatric, 5 Senses and ER
  • Certificate in Reversing Pediatric Asthma with Chinese Medicine
  • Certificate in Lymphatic Drainage
  • Medibank Members' Choice Provider in Acupuncture
  • Member of ATMS; AAMT ;
  • Member of Chinese Medicine Board Australia

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