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Bacchus Marsh, Victoria
Pauline Docherty
Bacchus Marsh, VIC, 3340

Pauline has been practicing in Bacchus Marsh for over 10 years and is a graduate of Victoria University. Find out more

MIA MIA, Victoria
Louis Dumas
Mia Mia, VIC, 3444

Cosmetic Acupuncture, Traditional Acupuncture, Tui Na (Traditional Chinese Massage) Reiki, EFT, Ear Candling. Find out more

Essendon & Gisborne
Dr William Federico
Gisborne, VIC, 3437
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My natural therapies journey began in 1989. Find out more

Gisborne, Woodend, Romsey, Lancefield and Sunbury
Riddells Creek, VIC, 3431

Traditional Chinese Medicine in Riddells Creek This includes Acupuncture, Acupressure, Chinese Herbal medicine, Cupping and Spooning, Diet Therapy and Advise on lifestyle changes. It provides an Wholistic Approach to the treatment of Disease and Illness linking, mind, body and emotions. Find out more

Gisborne, Riddells Creek, Macedon, Romsey, Woodend, and Sunbury, Victoria
Anne Pye
Gisborne, VIC, 3437

Gisborne’s sanctuary for better health. Find out more

Riddells Creek, Victoria
Gaye Sharman - Remedial Massag
Riddells Creek, VIC, 3431

Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Cupping, Trigger Point Therapy, Reduce Stress Increase Health & Well-Being . Health Insurance Accredited. Find out more

Kyneton, Victoria
Kelly-Ann Paull
Kyneton, VIC, 3444

Massage on HighHolistic Health Centre. Find out more


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  • What is Cupping?

    If you have seen pictures of celebs, sporting stars or the average person in the street with strange circular marks on their skin, they have more than likely had a Chinese therapy known as cupping.

  • The Benefits of Cupping

    If you have ever been to see an acupuncturist, chances are that they have included a technique called cupping in your treatment, depending on what your complaint was.