Acupuncture for Melbourne's Inner West
At Altona Acupuncture your health concerns are viewed through the lens of Traditional Chinese medicine combined with knowledge of western medical science to provide integrated drug free health care.
Our practitioners take the time to listen to you and support you with your health concerns.
Doctor of Chinese medicine, registered acupuncturist
Aleisha is a warm and caring practitioner dedicated to improving the health and physical condition of her patients.
While in spring the seeds sprout and the sun heats the earth, in winter nature crawls back into the soil and people are doing the same thing; intuitively we turn inside ourselves during winter. Winter is a time to slow down and gather energy for when the spring comes...
Collagen is the most abundant protein that forms your skin, providing structure and firmness. Collagen is produced by special cells in the second layer of your skin. Collagen is produced by fibroblasts and broken down by enzymes. If this production and breakdown...
Gua Sha is used to induce the action of collagen building cells in the layer of the skin, improve blood circulation and lymphatic drainage and relieve facial muscle tension. Rose quartz is one of the most used crystals used for healing. The energetic vibration of rose...
by Aleisha Rasheed, Doctor of Chinese Medicine & Natalie Gibson, Naturopath. The Altona Acupuncture fertility program offers the special benefit of having a team of practitioners working together to support you. Fertility is complex, involving optimizing your...
We are so excited to tell you that Nat (naturopath) and I developed our own organic tea / broth for your immunity. With this broth/tea you enjoy the benefits of Chinese medicine and naturopathic medicine in one cup. It's called Ying Qi and it is delicious! You can buy...
Hay fever is an allergic reaction to dust, pollen and other airborne allergens. In response to these otherwise harmless floaties the nasal sinuses become inflamed which causes sneezing, runny nose, watery and itchy eyes and headaches. Hay fever is most common during...
Clinic Hours are continuously changing as the clinic evolves, the aim is 9am-9pm Monday to Friday but from mid Feb they will be as follows:
Monday: 9am - 9pm
Tuesday: 9pm - 9pm
Wednesday: 9am - 5pm
Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9pm - 9pm
Saturday: 10am - 2pm