Aware of how an imbalanced state of mind and diet are the leading causes of chronic illness, Rachel is passionate about promoting mindful healthy eating and an active lifestyle..
Rachel Woo is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner experienced in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and TCM Nutrition. With sound knowledge and expertise in natural therapies as well as a Masters in Brain and Mind Sciences, Rachel utilises an integrated and wholistic therapeutic approach tailored to the individual’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Over several years, Rachel has travelled extensively co-running workshops in China, Malaysia, Nepal and New Zealand teaching Zhu Scalp Acupuncture to medical staff and healthcare professionals in private and hospital settings. She previously held a clinical supervising role at the Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2016, Rachel volunteered with the Acupuncture Relief Project, providing free primary healthcare to rural villages in Nepal where there was no access to medical care.
Aware of how an imbalanced state of mind and diet are the leading causes of chronic illness, Rachel is passionate about promoting mindful healthy eating and an active lifestyle. She has held workshops in Sydney on the gut and brain connection, emphasising on the role of food as medicine. Rachel practises Yoga and Meditation daily, and being a Classical Chinese Music enthusiast, she enjoys playing the Gu Zheng (Chinese Zither).