Acupuncture guided meditation workshops for staff

09 July, 2018 (staff)

Murdoch University Health is offering acupuncture guided meditation workshops for staff wellness, led by specialist doctor Dr Su Lin Wan, medical acupuncturist. Dr Wan currently has her GP acupuncture clinic in South Perth where she predominately practices acupuncture. Dr Wan is a registered general practitioner (RACGP) and medical acupuncturist with the Australian Medical Acupuncture College since 2010 having trained in Perth, Sydney and Japan. Dr Wan has been practicing meditation for 15 year

Workshop Details

The three-week workshop will train you in qigong meditation techniques with the guidance of acupuncture.

Receive personal instruction, guidance and answers to your questions, and experience the benefits of guided qigong meditations in a friendly group setting.

Discover which type of meditation best suits your needs, and how different techniques can be useful at different times.

You will leave this course with tools you need for your own daily meditation practice for wellbeing.

Dates and Times Beginners Sessions – Must attend all 3

Wk 1. Tuesday 28th August 11am to 12pm

Wk 2. Tuesday 4th September 11am to 12pm

Wk 3. Tuesday 11th September 11am to 12pm


Dates and Times Continuation Sessions -Drop in session available for past participants

Wk 1. Tuesday 28th August 12pm - 1pm

Wk 2. Tuesday 4th September 12pm - 1pm

Wk 3. Tuesday 11th September 12pm - 1pm


The workshops are part funded by Medicare with a gap fee of $30 per class; attendance is required for all three classes with a minimum of 6 and maximum of 10 participants per class. We request a deposit of $30 x 3 for all participants. Drop in sessions are welcomed for those who have completed the workshops previously.


For further enquiries re the workshops and to request an enrolment form, please contact Murdoch University Health: Medical on 9360-2293 or enquire via email

About Dr Su Lin Wan 
Medical Acupuncturist

   MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery
   FRACGP Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
   AHPRA Registered Medical Acupuncturist
   AMAC Australian Medical Acupuncture College Member

Combining Western and Eastern Medical philosophies to treat a wide range of conditions and optimise health.

"Mobilising the mind-body's own healing capacities is an important aspect to my practice.  I generally prefer to start with the simplest and most natural methods.  Medications and referral are considered when the situation arises. Treating presenting symptoms and correcting the underlying causes wherever possible.
"I have trained with the Australian Medical Acupuncture College in Perth and Sydney. With further training in YNSA Scalp Acupuncture in Sydney / Miyazaki Japan and paediatric Sho-Ni-Shin. 
"My diverse clinical experience since 1999 includes health and wellness clinics, occupational health, emergency medicine, general practice, surgical assisting, health and arts programs and Fremantle Hospital therapeutic gardens. I began medical acupuncture practice in 2010 and found this most rewarding in being able to more effectively treat a broad range of conditions combining Western General practice and Eastern Medical practice.
"Acupuncture is able to address many health problems including my special interests of musculoskeletal problems, chronic pain, women's health, digestive problems, stress-related conditions, insomnia, children and adolescent health and post-operative rehabilitation."

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