"You know what music is? God's little reminder that there's something else besides us in the universe; harmonic connection between all living beings, everywhere, even the stars."
August Rush (Robin Williams)
Dip. Nursing, BSc (Hons) Acupuncture, MSc
Member of the NZ Acupuncture Standards Authority
Member of the NZ Institute of Acupuncture
ACC Treatment Provider
Tracey completed a BSc(Hons) in Acupuncture at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She went on to complement this with an MSc in Nutritional Therapy awarded by the University of East London. Tracey has also studied Manaka style Japanese acupuncture.
After graduating in 2006, she co-founded “The Complementary Medicine Practice” in London, with clinics in Harley St and North London. She returned to New Zealand three years ago and is enjoying all that Wellington has to offer.
Whilst Tracey is experienced in treating a wide range of conditions, she has developed a particular interest in treating fertility problems and women’s health issues. During her time in the United Kingdom she completed post graduate training in treating gynaecological and fertility issues with traditional Chinese medicine and the integration of acupuncture with IVF and other assisted reproductive treatments (ART).
Tracey has over seven years’ experience in treating women through all stages of pregnancy including acupuncture/moxa treatment to try to correct breech presentation and natural labour induction for those past their due date.
She is passionate about providing quality care, is committed to her own ongoing practitioner development and has a research minded approach to her practice. She combines acupuncture, nutritional therapy and lifestyle advice in individually tailored treatment plans and with a background as a NZ registered nurse works in an integrated manner with western medicine.
Tracey is a member of the Fertility and Acupuncture Childbirth Team (FACT) based in Wellington. In conjunction with this group she is one of the acupuncturists participating in a multicentre research project by the University of Western Sydney, Centre for Complementary Medicine Research. The trial is on Acupuncture to improve live birth rates for Women undergoing IVF: a randomised controlled trial.
Initial Consult & Acupuncture treatment 60mins $80/ACC $35
Acupuncture Follow Up 60mins $80/ACC $35
4 x 45min Labour Preparation package @$50 each $200
2 x 45min Induction Package @$55 each $110
Tracey is just amazing! Her expertise in using acupuncture for fertility related problems helped me to get pregnant and stay pregnant with our first fertility treatment cycle. I truly believe that if I hadn’t of been having regular treatments before and during my pregnancy, I wouldn’t have the beautiful baby I have today! Alex S
Belinda enjoys working with
Energy and Immunity
Menstruation & Menopause
Pain and Chronic conditions
BHSc In Acupuncture, Diplomas in Tuina and Qigong
ACC Treatment Provider
Member of the NZ Register of Acupuncturists
Before life as an acupuncturist, Belinda worked in the corporate world, juggling a career with raising a family. She became "burned out" and began to explore alternative health modalities such as Reiki and Holistic Pulsing, Insight Meditation and Yoga. Then, after receiving acupuncture treatments at the NZ School of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, she was inspired to embark on a five year course of study that has provided her with the strong foundations necessary for life as a holistic health practitioner.
Belinda's training has been in Traditional Chinese Medicine Eight Principles, Manaka Protocol (Japanese style) the Five Element model, Dr Tan's Balance Method and more recently she has studied Kiiko Matsumoto Japanese acupuncture style which is her main current practice. Treatment involves the palpation of reflex areas to diagnose underlying patterns of disharmony. This method is very gentle and holistic, working on the root disharmony. Symptoms literally dissolve as the body comes into balance. Belinda mixes many treatment types; acupuncture, tuina massage, tendon stretching, cupping, moxabustion, Chinese herbal medicine and western medicine supplementation.
Belinda's likes to help people with low energy relating to low thyroid function and adrenal fatigue, painful and stress related conditions, women's health specifically painful menstruation and menopausal issues, and men's health including prostate problems. She offers home visits for people who are not able to come into clinic.
Belinda is a council member on the NZ Register of Acupuncturists, and often supervises acupuncture students treating inmates at Arohata Prison in Tawa.
Belinda now lives in Waikanae on the Kapiti Coast enjoying a variety of interests including HIIT, music, yoga, spending time with friends and family, walking in nature … reflecting, meditating and continually learning!
Initial Consult & Acupuncture treatment 75mins $95
Initial Consult & Acupuncture treatment, ACC & Pregnancy 60mins $75/ACC $35
Acupuncture Follow Up 60mins $75/ACC $25
Cupping Only 30mins $45
Belinda helped me with some digestion issues and feelings of stress and anxiety through a mixture of acupuncture, cupping, massage and breathing exercises. After 2 sessions I’m feeling much more like my usual self! Her rooms are lovely and warm and very relaxing and her manner is very soothing.
J. Crehan, Wellington
Belinda is the best acupuncturist I have EVER been to and I’ve been to a few.
A wonderful mix of techniques & a lovely tranquil space. (I fall asleep every time).
B. Kelly, Wellington
“I am seriously grateful to Belinda for patient and persistent work on my frozen shoulder which other treatments have not had much effect on. Quite apart from the treatment itself, I have enjoyed her friendliness and warmth and the peacefulness of the environment she creates. Thank you, Belinda”
D. Brook, Kapiti
I have been to pretty much all specialists associated with joint pain and I must say I was skeptical, but I am intrigued, after three treatments my chronic pain dissolved and I am still waiting for it to come back. But It doesn’t seem to want to….
R. Smith, Wellington