Gold Coast Acupuncture Clinic in Burleigh


Studio Qi Acupuncture clinic located in Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast was created by husband and wife team Brad and Tabitha Fennell in 2000.
With a move to the Gold Coast and both of us discovering acupuncture from our own unique experiences, we found a vision to authentically deliver acupuncture in a way that would change lives.

When designing what it was we wanted to achieve we looked at one of the foundational ideas in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM); that of Qi, pronounced 'chee', roughly translates to 'energy'. Qi really is its own concept, it communicates how you feel both physically, emotionally and how your energy is. So we thought 'a studio of energy' and now Studio Qi continues to evolve as a clinic focused on following, unfolding and discovering the best ways to work with you.

As Studio Qi flourished we began to treat a large array of issues and developed a unique system we call Acufacilitation. This is a technique that you will find nowhere else that incorporates theories and practices of acupuncture with a philosophical understanding of living in harmony with nature, including your nature. It's more than just needles.

Everything you experience at Studio Qi Gold Coast Acupuncture clinic is based on acupuncture techniques, philosophies and ideas. Acupuncture is our life, we are specialists in acupuncture and we look forward to sharing our knowledge and experience with you. 

Acupuncture Practitioners

Brad Fennell Acupuncturist and Business Owner


Growing up with a passion for the outdoors, nature and rock climbing, I arrived back in Australia injured from 12 months of world climbing. This led me to Acupuncture, the Gold Coast and  my wife, and would  change my life forever. My Acupuncture experience was profound, physically and emotionally, resulting in a greater sense of health and wellbeing that would lead me to follow my passion and dream to study Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Practicing Tui Na oriental massage in 1998, I became a fully qualified Acupuncturist in 2000. Obtaining a Bachelor in Health Science in Acupuncture, my wife Tabitha and I created Studio Qi Acupuncture Burleigh on the Gold Coast with a commitment to delivering the best in Acupuncture and complementary health care. I now combine Acupuncture practice with the development of Acufacilitation; using underlying Acupuncture philosophies to create a unique facilitation style.

I juggle a busy practice with writing, public  speaking and my greatest passion, time spent with my family.

 

Tabitha Fennell Acupuncturist and Business Owner


I began receiving Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine at the age of ten. When my sister experienced puberty onset asthma, my Mum (who was a chronic asthmatic) decided to research to find a different approach. Discovering a local Acupuncturist, my sister's symptoms soon disappeared with a course of Acupuncture, TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) dietary changes and prescribed vitamins and herbal formulas. This would lead to the whole family receiving Acupuncture care.

My love and belief in Acupuncture and how it effectively heals the body was deeply ingrained within me and resulted in me studing and completing an Acupuncture degree at the Australian College of Natural Medicine in 1997 and begining my Acupuncture practice on the Gold Coast.

Acupuncture has shaped the person I am today! I am wildly passionate about women's health: PMT, fertility, pregnancy, child birth, babies and beyond. Discovering acupuncture at a young age has given me first hand experience the support Acupuncture brings to the body, facilitating physical and emotional balance.

Being a busy mother (of three boys), wife and practitioner, I understand the role that TCM plays in supporting the hectic lifestyles that modern life demands.

 

Receptionists

 

Paige Bostock

Paige became a part of the team at Studio Qi in 2010 and has completed a Certificate 2 in Business and a Certificate 4 in Financial Services - Bookkeeping. Paige first started at Studio Qi to further develop her administration and bookkeeping skills. After just a few weeks of working here Paige gained an insight into the benefits of natural therapies and now has a great appreciation for acupuncture and its amazing results. She is continually developing and expanding her knowledge in this field. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recent blog posts

Herbs for Constipation

27th July

Motherhood Tips

22nd July

Feminine Ecstasy

20th July

Acupuncture reduces hot flushes and insomnia for women with cancer

16th July

Sore Throat = Lung 10

16th July

Tibia & Fibula Break

8th July

100 vaginas documentary on SBS

5th July

Our teachers love acupuncture

3rd July

Chicken Broth Recipe

27th June

Cycle seeding

12th June

Our herbal Fertility Combo

10th June

Sore Throat = Lung 10

4th June

Cold & Flu

1st June

Mens Vitamins

24th May

Build your immunity before the cold arrives

14th May

Your birth story

13th May

A thought to ponder

9th May

How do we treat babies and toddlers with acupuncture

7th May

Resentment leads you into your shadow

1st May

Let acupuncture unwind you

29th April

Feel the tears of life

12th April

Take time

9th April

Side effects of Acupuncture

25th March

Menopause = Self Love

16th March

Powerful Probiotics

14th March

We stock Metagenics

7th March

Over Mothering, is this you?

4th March

Connect to your Womb Energy

28th February

Awesome feedback from our first Turn On Your Relationship Workshop

19th February

Stuck emotions

16th February

Do you take Naps?

13th February

Adrenals seen on the face

9th February

How diabetes shows on the face

7th February

It begins tonight! Secret Men's Business Workshop

7th February

Two main qualities for happy long term relationships

4th February

Turn On Your Relationship Workshop

29th January

Facial diagnosis for the Pancreas

28th January

Facial diagnosis for the Lungs

23rd January

Does an Orchestra need the Oboe?

22nd January

Facial diagnosis for the Heart Qi

19th January

Chinese facial diagnosis for Kidney Qi/vitality

18th January

Slow down mantra

15th January

Facial Diagnosis for the Liver

21st December

End of year ritual, it's so easy and effective

18th December

Christmas pottery sale

17th December

How do you feel after Acupuncture?

17th December

Acupuncture needles don't go into testicles for building sperm

15th December

Tabitha Pottery

10th December

4% normal sperm means 96% that are not normal

6th December

Australian Trial of Acupuncture

3rd December

Poetry that stirs

3rd December

Rest and how to cultivate Yin energy

29th November

Tabitha Talk Info

26th November

Sperm quality matters for fertility

20th November

Tabitha Talks

17th November

Vitamin D for PCOS

13th November

An afternoon jam packed of jewels

6th November

You are Art

1st November

Teachers love acupuncture

30th October

Cold, hot, rain, muggy... Stay warm

29th October

A slow ease into labour

25th October

When your waters break

24th October

Atmosphere and comfy clinic beds

16th October

Foods that promote lactation

15th October

Turn On Your Relationship Workshop Count Down

14th October

Chinese herbs fill the gap between Acupuncture treatments

13th October

We are back!

3rd October

Acupressure to help ease a child with a cough

2nd October

Menopausal time line

1st October

Recommending Acupuncture and Chinese herbs for Menopause

29th September

Apprehension before giving birth... it's real and normal

18th September

Why stress, unexplained palpitations and anxiety happen at perimenopause time

4th September

Constipated? No chance.

23rd August

Jia Wei Xiao Yao San - How it works...

21st August

Exploring all of who we are

7th August

Low libido, herbs and what you can do

6th August

 

 

 

 

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