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Sandee Lippiatt

Sandee Lippiatt is the owner and senior practitioner of Margaret River Acupuncture. With two decades of experience, Sandee offers an holistic approach to the individual using Acupuncture, massage, cupping, electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, Qi Gong, Western and Chinese herbal medicine, Sho Ni Shin, dietary and lifestyle advice.

Sandee graduated with a Diploma of Herbal Medicine and a Graduate Diploma in Acupuncture (TCM) at the Australian Institute of Holistic Medicine and was mentored by Master Andrew Tem-Foo Lim. In 2004, Sandee travelled to China where she attended workshops on Chinese Orthopaedic Medicine, Qigong and Acupotomy. One of her best experiences was in the specialist clinics of Longhua Hospital Shanghai University of TCM treating hundreds of patients each day which exposed her to many Chinese Medicine diagnoses and treatment methods.

Sandee practices and teaches Qi Gong, which assists her to be in touch with her own Qi (energy) and that of her patients.  She is a Master Ziran Qigong Instructor and trains under the guidance of Master Liu Deming (5th generation of the Ziranmen lineage). 

Sandee has a special interest in women’s health and natural fertility. She is a “Fertile Life Method Practitioner” trained by Kirsten Wolfe who continues to be a mentor in fertility, IVF support and pregnancy care.  In 2013 she studied Sho Ni Shin for children and Obstetrics/ Gynaecology with Dr Soma Devi and is currently undertaking studies in Classical Chinese medicine.

Claire Martin

Claire Martin is a Naturopath and Chinese Medicine Practitioner, and holds Bachelor of Health Science, Naturopathy and a Master of Applied Science, Acupuncture. After completing an internship in the field of DNA analysis and genetics, Claire became interested in the use of genomics in Naturopathic care. A special area of interest is cognitive health and the treatment of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
The ancient philosophy of TCM has always resonated with Claire, so further post-grad study in the field was a natural progression. Applying the treatment principles of healthy aging with acupuncture is an ongoing passion, targeting cognitive and neurodegenerative disorders. Claire offers general acupuncture treatment for musculoskeletal issues, seasonal allergies, rehabilitation, mental health, and wellbeing. Claire also loves to treat children, utilising the non-invasive Sho Ni Shin technique which can assist parents to navigate behavioural, emotional, and physical conditions.
Claire is professionally registered with the National Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA), the Federation of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (FCMA) and Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).