About Julia Bartrop

Julia is a qualified Chinese Medicine practitioner who has a bachelor of applied science, and Cert IV in Massage. Member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA). I believe in dealing with the root cause of any discomfort you are having rather than just symptoms alone. At Rebalance TCM we use an integrated approach which incorporates your mind, body and spirit to ensure a complete treatment to help you improve your health and feel rebalanced, revitalised and rejuvenated. I am also passionate about early prevention and timely management of DIS-EASE as opposed to waiting until you are in severe pain or worse before receiving treatment.
  • Winter - night gloomy, snow on ground, leafless tree

Winter and Chinese Medicine

Winter is a time for slef refelection - to go within and hibernate and listen to your own body. In Chinese Medicine - winter is associated with the water element, the paired organs are the kidney and the urinary bladder and winter is a time to nourish our bodies and replenish our energy ready for Spring. In winter the focus is on nourishing our body with warming foods such as soups, bone broth soup, casseroles, and slow cooked meals. It is a time to focus on sleep and staying warm.


An overview of the different perspectives of how Western Medicine and Chinese Medicine approach asthma treatment. A combined approach - using both modalities ensures a holistic approach to treatment for people sufferieng from asthma.

By |2024-05-30T20:28:52+10:00April 30th, 2024|Acupressure, Asthma|
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