Andzej is the creator and founder of Ryoho Therapy and has over 35 amazing years of experience. There is actually no one in Australia like him.
Andzej's rich knowledge was gained while he lived in Japan studying with many masters, but his principal yoga teacher was Masahiro Oki. Oki was the tutor to the Emperor's children and one of the last traditional samurai warriors.
Australia has been so incredibly fortunate that Andzej brought all his knowledge and skills back to Australia.
I personally met Andzej in 2001 and in 2002 was very honoured to do his Ryoho Yoga Teachers Training Course. This course totally changed my whole life. I would highly recommend it to any one. You truly can't believe the massive improvement in your own health and well being. Your energy and lightness!
I could go on... just book in!
My web site would not be complete with out thanking Andzej for everything he has done for me, my family, my friends and my clients.
From your health comes so much more...
Michelle has been classically trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been practicing since she qualified with a B.App.Sc (Acupuncture) Degree in 1995. She has specialised and undertaken postgraduate studies in Japanese Acupuncture and uses this style currently in her clinic. Michelle believes in the totality of health and approaches each client's case individually and addresses the treatments on a wholistic level. In other words, she is more interested in treating the cause, rather than the symptom.
Michelle's wholistic approach involves not only acupuncture treatments but she will often provide advice regarding lifestyle modifications, dietary considerations and herbal or nutritional supplements for each person to become the best version of themselves that they can be.
Her treatments are gentle, yet strong in their healing effect and in each one hour session clients feel that they have received the utmost care and attention.
32 Grosvenor Street
Neutral Bay 2089
For inquiries about the clinic please telephone Michelle Corban on 9953 5222 or 0413 627 587, or visit www.michellecorban.com.au.