Michael’s practice is a unique fusion of old and new.

Wisdom-based Traditional Chinese Medicine combined with contemporary, research-based modern knowledge. Michael has been working for over thirty-five years in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Counselling and his vast experience assures you of advice you can trust, a supportive atmosphere and ongoing help from a professional who can guide you through any life challenges that come your way.

Michael Finn

Free, 30 minute Health Appraisal Consultation

If this is your first experience of natural medicine and you want to find out more, take advantage of a Free, 30 minute Health Appraisal Consultation.

This is your opportunity to discuss any concerns or health conditions that may be concerning you and how Michael can assist.
So call Michael: 0411 537 394 or
email: michael@michaelfinnhealthservices.com.au

This is your empowering step towards positive life changes.

Recent Articles

Bring your Sticky Stories to Counselling

What exactly are sticky stories, you might ask. This is a term I coined to describe our personal stories, often from long ago, but also possibly from recent experience, which refuse to be buried. They often disturb us in the night, causing the heart to thump in the chest, or [...]

Counselling can be Brief

There still seems to be a prevailing belief amongst many, that the counselling journey must be a laborious and long-winded one; a steep and winding path up a high mountain. This is possibly a hangover from earlier times when psychoanalysis reigned supreme. That WAS a journey requiring weekly visits over [...]

Private Health Fund Rebates!

Great news! Michael is of course covered by most private health funds for acupuncture treatments and now by these funds for Counselling: BUPA, Medibank Private, AHM, Police Health Fund, St Luke’s Health, Emergency Services Health, Phoenix Health, Doctors Health Fund Grand United. The heart of Michael’s approach to healing is [...]

Michael Finn Health Services Inspirations and Aspirations

What is it we want?

“To fully experience our aliveness.

To feel in our bodies a streaming, like the rush of the river over stones.

To be awake alert and responsive in our limbs, and sensitive in our fingertips.

To feel as if our inner and outer reality is congruent and that our efforts are rewarded by a sense of satisfaction.

We aspire to have our private lives nestle within the valley of a public world, which we can affirm.

We long to feel connected to each other.

We want to be able to embrace and be embraced.

We want to live the lives of our bodies, and want our bodies to permit us to fully live our lives.

Chinese medicine is a beginning”.


 (H Beinfield and E Korngold: Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine)
what is it we want