We are committed to providing high quality acupuncture and health services in a supportive environment so that you feel safe, comfortable and well.
Our team of AHPRA Registered Acupuncturists includes:
- Dr Sarah George (Acupuncture) – MHSc(TCM) BHSc(Acu) BBus(Man)
- Dr Naomi Kazi (Acupuncture) – BHSc(Acu)
Dr Sarah George (Acupuncture)
- Master of Health Science (Traditional Chinese Medicine) with Distinction – Western Sydney University (2015)
- Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) – Endeavour College of Natural Health (2008)
- Bachelor of Business (Management) – University of Queensland (2000)
- Advanced Diploma of Acupuncture – Australian College of Natural Medicine (2007)
- Certificate IV in Traditional Chinese Remedial Massage – Australian College of Natural Medicine (2006)
- Completed Acupuncture and Moxibustion certificate – hospital internship – Guangxi TCM University, China (2008)
Dr Sarah George (Acupuncture) is a Registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner at House of Prana in Launceston, Tasmania.
Sarah holds a Masters Degree in Health Science (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and Bachelor Degree qualifications in Health Science (Acupuncture) and Business Management (Marketing) with further study completed in herbal medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine remedial massage (tui na), cosmetic acupuncture (facial rejuvenation) and acupuncture point injection therapy. Her studies have been extensive, both in Australia and abroad, including an internship in a Chinese hospital.
Supporting the future of acupuncture in Australia is important to Sarah. She is currently a committee member of the Acupuncture Now Foundation Australia (ANFA). She has held permanent and contract lecturing roles (including Senior Lecturer) for many years within the Chinese Medicine department at the Endeavour College of Natural Health (Brisbane and Gold Coast campuses), has been a contract academic at the University of Tasmania and was a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) Queensland state committee. She also provides contributions on acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to the media, support groups and workplaces. She has presented at several Chinese Medicine and midwifery conferences and at the Woodford Folk Festival.
Sarah is strongly committed to assisting all of her patients in improving their overall wellbeing and resolving or managing the symptoms of various health disorders. She has many years experience in women’s health including supporting her patients to manage the symptoms of menstrual disorders, fertility disorders, IVF and pregnancy. She also provides cosmetic acupuncture for facial rejuvenation.
Additionally, Sarah places great importance on optimising the mental health of her patients in conjunction with an integrative team of health professionals as necessary (whether they suffer from a diagnosed condition such as depression, anxiety or insomnia, or just feel less than their happy selves).
Sarah is experienced in assisting patients to manage musculoskeletal and neurological disorders, sports injuries and other pain symptoms, amongst many other internal medicine conditions including chronic illnesses. Sarah’s clients have included professional musicians and athletes including the Queensland Orchestra and the Brisbane Broncos.
Sarah has been drawn to natural medicine and East Asian culture for as long as she can remember. She recalls regularly visiting Chinese supermarkets as a small child and being fascinated by the colours, shapes, aromas, and even the taste, of raw and liquid herbs.
Her journey into martial arts began when she was only eight years old, and since then she has been committed to pursuing several traditional karate styles for the meditative, grounding and fitness aspects of the art. Sarah has trained in Goju Ryu karate in Japan.
Sarah began her first natural medicine study focusing on aromatherapy. She still employs essential oils in her work and personal life for their medicinal benefits and delightful natural aromas.
A passion for cooking (and eating) good food has allowed Sarah plenty of time to have fun in the kitchen experimenting with dairy-free, gluten-free and vegetarian dishes. She enjoys spending her spare time appreciating the natural environment through hiking, camping, scuba diving and cycling.
Dr Naomi Kazi (Acupuncture)
- Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) – Endeavour College of Natural Health
Dr Naomi Kazi (Acupuncture) is an AHPRA registered Chinese Medicine practitioner (Acupuncture) and a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).
Naomi has obtained her Bachelor of Health Science in Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture); and completed various courses enhancing her knowledge of Chinese Medicine theories and their practical application. She participates in ongoing professional development to ensure she is providing the highest quality of patient care.
Naomi is enthusiastic about patient health and wellbeing; offering acupuncture and axillary methods such as cupping, moxa, tuina (Chinese remedial massage), and Chinese Medicine dietary and herbal medicine support; tailoring combinations for individual treatment plans.
Acupuncture may support many health conditions; Naomi’s particular areas of interest are musculoskeletal disorders, chronic pain and cosmetic acupuncture. She has a strong focus on providing support and self-management guidance, utilising the knowledge and experiences gained through work, life, and study.
Naomi has a business background, having worked for the South Australian Health Department within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Media and Communications and Medical Services.
Naomi’s journey to being an acupuncturist started with exploring natural health medicine for her chronic health conditions. She completed two years of a Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy before transferring to Chinese Medicine. Naomi values the gained wisdom during her journey and applies it to her desire to support her patients’ health and wellness journey.
Outside of acupuncture, Naomi is a wife and mother of two. She finds these important roles have strengthened her passion for natural medicine, especially when caring for her family. She loves getting away to their family farm in rural Tasmania; combining self and family-care with her love of nature and food (creating and enjoying). Additional self-care activities include Chinese Medicine exercise therapy, meditation, yoga, Latin dancing, gardening and her new hobby; woodworking.