Chinese massage (Tui Na) is a traditional form of therapy and a key treatment offered at TCM Australia. Tui Na involves the practical manipulation of certain locations on your body to prevent and treat illness.

Professional Acupuncture

Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine needles into specific acupoints to correct “blood and Qi” disorders and harmonise the functions and structures of the body. The number of needles can vary from two to fifteen and they are left in place for approximately 15 to 30 minutes. Qi or Chi acupuncture is a specific type of acupuncture that can be successfully used to treat or reduce symptoms in a variety of disorders.

Chinese herbs

Our staff are knowledgeable in the functions and uses of over 400 different herbs and are trained to create formulas that will aid in the treatment of our patients. Once the specific needs of the patient are established, a personalized formula will be created, which will be monitored and adjusted throughout the treatment. Our herbal formulas are presented in a range of forms, depending on the patient’s needs.


At TCM Australia, we support your health with the following Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments.

About TCMA

Why clients choose
our centre

Traditional Chinese Medicine Australia (TCMA) has literally assisted thousands of people with dealing with health issues using specially designed treatments.

TCMA skills

We are Trained Chinese Medicine Practitioners




Chinese Herbs



Be proactive and take
charge of your health

According to traditional Chinese wisdom, the heart is the king of all the organs.  However, all the organs in the body, i.e. the heart, liver, kidneys, lungs and spleen need to work in harmony and age at the same speed for good health to be achieved.  When the major organs are functioning efficiently, there is greater health, vitality and mental health.

Our organs are interdependent and rely on each other to function in-sync. They must occupy their natural space with minimal surplus fat or fluid in between them.  Healthy organ function impacts on both the lymphatic and blood flow systems.

The lymphatic system is one of the keys to good health.  A well-performing lymphatic system keeps the body fluids in balance and encourages a good blood flow.  A good blood flow encourages the major organs to work in perfect synchronicity.

Additionally, negative emotions directly impact on the way our organs function, so good mental health is crucial to achieving and maintaining good health.

Do you wake up each day
feeling refreshed, happy
and full of energy? If not,
perhaps it’s time to:

  • Reboot your body
  • Rid yourself of toxins
  • Improve the quality of your life

Your body is constantly communicating with you.  Niggling chronic symptoms are its way of signalling that something is starting to go wrong with your health.  So, take action now.

We believe it is never too late to start feeling well.

Your body has an innate intelligence which tells you when your health is slipping.

According to the World Health Organisation, 75% of us experience sub-health.  This is when you aren’t really sick.  You may be tired, but have trouble sleeping.  Perhaps you are putting on weight and don’t know why.  You don’t have a diagnosable disease.  You know you just aren’t right.  Sub-health is the intermediate state between being healthy and falling sick.

If you are in a constant state of sub-health, your immunity may suffer, your organs will age faster and this can lead to more serious ailments especially if you have been in a sub-health condition for a long period of time.

Traditional Chinese Medicine Australia seeks to address all aspects of a person’s health and wellbeing and looks at not only the symptoms but more importantly the source of the illness which is according to the philosophies and principles of ancient Chinese medicine.

Our team

Meet the TCMA Team

At TCMA, our trained practitioners are highly qualified professionals who have each received extensive training. TCMA trained practitioners are passionate about sharing their extensive knowledge and experience. At TCMA, the team uses Chinese medicine techniques to stimulate the body, the mind and the spirit in order to restore health on a cellular level.  Patients are guided with skill and care to support their physical, mental and emotional health and wellness through therapies that embrace the body’s own regenerative and healing processes.

The trained trained practitioners use their skills and knowledge along with their passion and enthusiasm to help you along your journey to wellness.