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About Us

Balance Point Acupuncture is a Melbourne acupuncture clinic that’s dedicated to helping patients achieve better health and wellbeing through natural healing therapies. Our Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners have experience in a range of therapies, including acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine cupping therapy. Whether you’re seeking acupuncture near Prahran for back pain or acupuncture treatment to help you with anxiety and insomnia; to feel your very best, Balance Point Acupuncture in Melbourne can support you on your path to wellness.

Looking for a clinic for acupuncture that offers something more? Our Melbourne acupuncture clinic can provide a number of additional services, including:

  • Medical Qigong

  • Meridian Massage

  • Herbal Medicine

  • Cupping & Gua Sha Therapy

  • Energy Psychology – Tapping & Havening

  • Feng Shui for Office or Home

  • Workshops and corporate talks on health and wellness techniques

  • Experiential Study Groups in Self-Awareness and Psycho-Spiritual Pursuits

Contact us to find out more

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A Family of Healers

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Therese Poon


Therese is a Melbourne born Acupuncturist with over 15 years experience. Her style of acupuncture is professional, traditional and quite gentle, often using no more than 4 points per treatment. Sessions may also include cupping, massage, gua sha, meditation, yang sheng and nutrition advice as required.

Warwick Poon


Warwick has been practicing Chinese Medicine for nearly 30 years. He has offered Acupuncture and Qigong in Wantirna, Ringwood, Glen Waverley, Mulgrave and currently Lysterfield South. He, along with his wife, are now joining their daughter Therese in her new practice at St Kilda Road, Melbourne too.

Aine Marron

Holistic Counsellor

Aine is an Holistic Counsellor and Mindfulness/Meditation teacher who hails originally from Dublin, Ireland.  Resigning from a corporate career in her mid-thirties, she worked at The Gawler Foundation and sought a psycho-spiritual/holistic approach to the healing of a major health condition more than twenty years ago.

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