Sarah is Clinic Manager at The Acupuncture Pregnancy Clinic Alexandria and in her fourth and final year of Chinese Medicine student at UTS. Sarah joined the Acupuncture Pregnancy Clinic family in early 2019, and since has supporting our fantastic practitioners, as well as making sure patients feel welcomed and comfortable. The greatest part of her role, according to Sarah is being a first-hand witness to many positive wellbeing transformations. Sarah also finds her role very educational for her on her journey to becoming a qualified Chinese Medicine Practitioner. In her past life Sarah completed an Honours degree in Visual Arts. She is a huge advocate for the healing power of creativity. Sarah says that, while it certainly wasn’t a straight path for her from art into Chinese Medicine, she now sees the connection, and believes both practices help us find our inner and outer balance.
Sarah is now in her fourth and final year of her Chinese Medicine degree at UTS. For the last few years Sarah has had her head buried in books and acupuncture charts, captivated by the lifechanging philosophy of Chinese Medicine. Sarah now is practices at the student clinic and also undergoing a mentorship at the Acupuncture Pregnancy Clinic, focusing on a subject that’s very close to her heart: women’s health and fertility.
Sarah is known to patients and her colleagues for a calming and nurturing presence.
BA (Visual Arts)