Rebecca Ellison B HS ACU, opened Queanbeyan Acupuncture in 2003.
Rebecca studied a Bachelor of Health Science in Acupuncture at the University of Technology in Sydney graduating in 2002. She also holds a Diploma in Remedial Massage. Rebecca is a registered acupuncturist with AHPRA and a member of the AACMA.
Rebecca attended a conference on scalp acupuncture and stroke rehab in October 2014 in the US. Scalp acupuncture is a younger version of acupuncture with only 60 years of history. Rebecca continues her studies and uses scalp acupuncture regularly in her work.
Rebecca has also undertaken child specific acupuncture training which allows her to adapt treatment techniques to suit the child whether it be with needles or needle free (Shonishin).
Steve Hawkins has joined us here at Queanbeyan Acupuncture. He is registered with AHPRA and takes a gentle approach to Chiropractic.
Monica has a Certificate 4 in Remedial Massage and has trained in Oncology Massage and Bowen having recently undertaken the Baby Bowen techniques course in Sydney. Monica also offers Pregnancy Massage and seems to have intuitive hands.
BMedSc, Registered P.S.H. Therapist(MASTA)
SENIOR PSH THERAPIST
With a background in medical science and post-graduate training as a P.S.H therapist, Belinda delights in the incredible changes people can make to their health and happiness when they allow their emotional subconscious mind to resolve their issues, instead of consciously trying to talk through or analyse their problems or traumas. Regularly receiving referrals from allied health professionals, Belinda works with all ages from children as young as 6 years of age to adults in their later years of life. Special areas of interest include working with children to overcome anxiety type issues as well as helping people overcome chronic pain issues – be it emotional or physical pain (not surprisingly the two are often interlinked). Belinda is also the principal trainer for I.C.S.T.R. (Aust), the only training school in Australia offering the P.S.H. Practitioner training programme. Having experienced cancer first hand (twice), Belinda also loves to support people in recovering their quality of life after trauma of diagnosis.