mind | body | spirit
Naturally Asha provides a holistic approach to health care, incorporating Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Remedial Massage as well as other healing modalities. Naturally Asha strives to maintain balance between mind, body, spirit and soul.
With a lot of help from family and support of friends, the path toward the ‘Naturally Asha journey’ has become a reality. The word Asha is derived from the Indian language, which when translated means life, hope, wish and/or desire.
Over the past eight years I have had the honour of sharing my life with an inspirational little girl called Asha. Asha has taught me the meaning of unconditional love and I feel grateful to be apart of her ongoing journey. My time spent with Asha has been the catalyst leading to the naming of this healthcare practice.
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Chinese Medicine can assist in maintaining balance within the body. It can also be used to prevent illness and improve general health and well-being.
Chinese Medicine incorporates:
- Dietary and lifestyle advice
All Chinese Medicine treatment plans are specific to meet each patients individual needs.
Here are some examples of the conditions Chinese Medicine can assist with:
- Musculoskeletal presentations
- Sleep Distruption
- Digestive Concerns
- Emotion stress & related conditions
- Women’s Health
- Colds & Flu
- Issues in reproductive health
Remedial Massage uses a combination of soft and deep tissue massage techniques as well as life style and self-care advice, to assist in maintaining optimal posture as well as decreasing muscle aches and pains.
Below are some examples of how remedial massage can assist in attaining general health & wellbeing & specific complaints:
Decreasing Stress Levels
Targeting specific areas of the body presenting with muscular complaints
Injury prevention and/or rehabilitation from an injury
Brianna has successfully completed a Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine, at Victoria University, as well as a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy at the Australian College of Fitness and Bodywork.
She is a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association, APRAH and Australian Association of Massage Therapists.
Brianna has a keen interest in treating musculoskeletal disorders, emotional disorders such as stress and anxiety, digestive and hormonal imbalances, and overall assisting an individual in attaining and maintain optimal health.
Her approach to health care is wholistic, often combining both healing modalities as well as lifestyle and self care advice. Brianna has worked along side many allied healthcare practitioners, assisting in the treatment of a vast range of conditions and loves how the holistic approach and combination of modalities can assist in promoting and maintaining ones health.
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189 Balaclava rd Balaclava, 3161
Tuesdy: 8am – 8pm
Wednesday: 8am – 1pm
Thursday: 6pm – 8pm
Friday: 6pm – 8pm
Saturday: 8am – 1pm
Private Health Rebates are Available to Eligible Patients.