All Chinese medicine practitioners at the Chinese Medicine Centre are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and hold a membership with the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).

Registration of acupuncturists has been in Australia since 2012. A practitioner using the title Acupuncturist must have at least a four-year degree in Chinese medicine.

Jan Hilbert – Reg. Acupuncturist BHSc Acu, AACMA, AHPRA

Jan Hilbert – Reg. Acupuncturist BHSc Acu, AACMA, AHPRA

Jan studied Chinese medicine at the University of Technology in Sydney. After graduating in 2000 with a degree in acupuncture, Jan then undertook further studies in Germany, completing the German Heilpraktiker license in 2002.

With over 20 years of clinical experience Jan has extensive knowledge of the treatment of a large range of health disorders. Health and the causes of illness have fascinated Jan from his early youth. He has been investigating the connections of body and mind and illness for many years. Further studies of the fine techniques of Japanese acupuncture have given him additional skills and tools to efficiently treat many health conditions.

Jan has been training in the internal martial arts systems of Qi Gong, Xing Yi and Ba Gua for the past 16 years. He understands the practice of this internal work to be fundamental to his practice of acupuncture. Only in the deep internal space can a practitioner clearly observe the pulses and hear and feel what is at the heart of a patient’s being. If desired Jan can teach specific health exercises for patients to practice at home.

Jan is a registered acupuncturist under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA). He is a co-founder of the Chinese Medicine Centre in East Fremantle where he has been practicing for the past 16 years.

Jan speaks English and German fluently and has some knowledge of French.

Carolyn Masson – Reg. Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, Msc, Lic Ac, AACMA, AHPRA

Carolyn Masson – Reg. Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, Msc, Lic Ac, AACMA, AHPRA

Carolyn Masson is a co-founder of the Chinese Medicine Centre. She trained at The College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading, UK, and graduated after a four-year internship in 2004. She has obtained a three-year Masters of Health Science in Chinese Herbal Medicine from RMIT University.

Carolyn has lectured in Chinese medicine and was previously a clinical supervisor at the Endeavour College of Natural Medicine in Perth. Growing up in a family which used acupuncture as a preventative form of medicine, Carolyn is passionate about natural health care and dedicated to helping people experience optimal health and well-being.

Carolyn is a trained and experienced acupuncturist, herbalist, diet therapist, massage therapist and Qi Gong practitioner. She practices mainly as a ‘generalist’ treating clients with a wide range of conditions including acute and chronic pain, respiratory issues, digestive problems, autoimmune diseases, stress/anxiety and musculoskeletal problems. She also has a keen interest in reproductive health supporting male and female infertility, pregnancy and pre/post-natal conditions.

Carolyn is a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and is a registered acupuncturist in Perth. She is also one of the original founders of the charity World Medicine. 

Alison Puja Lines – BA, BCST, RMT, SEP

Alison Lines  –  Somatic experiencing practitioner, Biodynamic craniosacral therapist, Remedial massage therapist. BA, BCST, RMT, SEP

Alison has been in private practice since 2006, working with adults, children and infants addressing traumatic stress and nervous system dysregulation as a result of shock or developmental trauma from early childhood.

Alison has successfully treated clients with migraines, eating disorders, anxiety, adrenal fatigue, panic attacks, hypersensitivities, depression, sleeping difficulties, digestive problems and complex syndromal patterns such as chronic pain, chronic fatigue and PTSD.

She has experience working with trauma stemming from diverse backgrounds including sexual abuse, violence, motor vehicle accidents, childhood abuse/neglect, hospitalisation, sudden loss/bereavement, medical and dental interventions, accidents, falls and birth trauma for both mother and child.

The foundation of Alison’s practice is the deep value she has for our true nature and our inherent capacity to heal and transform. She brings to her sessions, warmth, presence, sensitivity and heartfulness.

Alison is an assistant on the professional Somatic Experiencing trainings in Australia. She has also assisted on Maggie Kline’s  ‘ Trauma Through a Child’s Eyes ‘ workshops ( Melbourne and Perth 2013 ) and Dianne Poole Heller’s Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning Experience workshop DARe 1 (Sydney 2013) .