Brisbane acupuncture studio

Soothe’s Brisbane natural medicine clinic is located in the Brisbane south area, so it’s ideal for people living in Coorparoo, Mount Gravatt East, Greenslopes, Tarragindi, Camp Hill, Annerley and Stones Corner.

Our Brisbane acupuncture practitioners use the Chinese medicine framework to develop a course of acupuncture that’s unique to every one of our clients.

Schedule an appointment so we can chat about how we might be able to assist you.

Who comes to see us? People from all walks of life, young and old.

Our highly trained and registered Brisbane acupuncture practitioners

Our Brisbane acupuncturists, Nathan Francis and Margi Macdonald, use a diverse range of techniques and approaches, so we’re sure we have the right therapist for you.

Our acupuncture treatments will be tailored to your unique situation.

We are members of the peak professional acupuncture body, the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association.

Nathan Francis is the owner of this Brisbane acupuncture studio and he’s also a practitioner of Chinese medicine with 10+ years of experience.

Nathan began his acupuncture journey in Brisbane in 2002, when he enrolled in a health science degree majoring in acupuncture.

In China in 2008, Nathan worked alongside medical doctors who focus on acupuncture.

Since then, he has remained at the forefront of acupuncture practice through professional training.

Nathan is a member of AACMA.

You are met with compassion, respect, acceptance, good humour and professionalism whenever you visit Margi Macdonald.

A seasoned Brisbane acupuncture practitioner, Margi is a fully accredited member of AACMA – the peak professional association for Australian acupuncturists and Chinese medicine health practitioners.

About our approach

We use acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, Gua Sha, dietary work, Tui Na bodywork and sometimes herbs and lifestyle advice.

During a treatment, you can relax, close your eyes, meditate and even fall asleep.

We select points according to your Chinese medicine diagnosis and leave the acupuncture needles in situ for anywhere from 20 to 40 minutes.

It all depends on the protocol we are following at the time of your treatment.

Does acupuncture hurt? And other questions …

If it’s appropriate at the time of your session, we may recommend you get some cupping, Gua Sha or moxibustion as well.

That depends on what’s happening with you at the time of your treatment. We can chat about your current situation when you come in for your first appointment.

Know that acupuncture needles are very fine: much thinner than a syringe or even a dressmaker pin.

Brisbane acupuncture pricing

Initial appointment: $130

Follow-up appointments: $85

Acupuncture is covered by major health funds

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