Acupuncture Sound Healing Fremantle Cockburn Bibra lake

Acupuncture and other alternative health treatments.

Call 0467 342 223 for an appointment or Email

Fremantle, South Fremantle, East Fremantle and North Fremantle, Hamilton hill, Coogee and Bibra Lake are only a few minutes ride away from our Bibra Lake clinic.

Book a consultation, parking is free so there is no need to go to a busy city practice with all the stress issues that come into play in busy city locations.

Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been practiced for over 2000 years. Acupuncture is commonly used in Australia to treat several conditions and is very effective when used with regular medical treatments.

The following eight conditions are often treated with acupuncture and Sound Healing.

1) Anxiety and depression can be treated with acupuncture and sound healing.

2) Many people have used acupuncture as an aid to stop smoking.

3) Acupuncture can help with fertility issues.

4) Food craving can also be helped by using acupuncture and acupuncture can be used as a helpful additional treatment when dealing with weight loss.

5) Stress – this is a common modern day condition caused by the pressure of work and family. In older societies people had support from relatives but in Western Australia many families do not have a family support structure as they may be migrants or from another State in Australia. Narture offers a realistic affordable option to help relieve stress.

6) Back pain pinched nerves – often caused by working in a static position, driving long distances, and also working in such places as warehouses. And offices     So whatever you do for a living, perhaps you are dock worker at the port in Fremantle, office worker in Fremantle or a warehouse worker in Bibra Lake we can help you find relief.

7) Neck pain

8) Hip pain – caused by lack of exercise or physical work.

Before undertaking a course of treatment with us, consulted with your regular GP.

Call 0467 342 223 so make an appointment and start living the life you love.



Acupuncture and Sound healing Bibra lake Canning Vale Spearwood Cockburn

Book a consultation; parking is free.

Call 0467 342 223 for an appointment or Email

Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been used by medical practitioners for over 2000 years. The nature of people being what they are is that they tend to move on to another solution if a particular health treatment does not bring them relief. Acupuncture has been around for so long because people have found the procedure to be of help in relieving many health-related conditions.

Sound healing combined with Acupuncture is also available at our clinic

Acupuncture can help relieve the following conditions.

1) Stress – this is a typical modern-day condition caused by the pressure of work and family. Narture offers a realistically, affordable option to help relieve stress.

2) Suffering from back pain pinched nerves in your back, we can help you find effective relief from the pain.

3) Neck pain – often caused by the same conditions that cause back pain.

4) Hip pain – caused by lack of exercise or physical work.

5) Anxiety and depression are effectively treated with Acupuncture.

6) Many people have used Acupuncture as an aid to stop smoking.

7) Women use Acupuncture to help with fertility issues.

8) Food craving can be managed effectively by using Acupuncture and Acupuncture can be used as a useful additional treatment when dealing with weight loss.

If you live in these suburbs, please give us a call, we are here to help you:

Fremantle, South Fremantle, East Fremantle, and North Fremantle, Hamilton Hill, Coogee, and Bibra Lake.

Before undertaking a course of treatment with us,  please ensure you have consulted with your regular GP.

There is free parking at our clinic — Call 0467 342 223 to make an appointment and start living well.

Sound healing and Acupuncture clinic in Bibra Lake, Cockburn, Spearwood, Hamilton Hill

Sound Healing 

Sound healing treatment utilizes sound elements to enhance your wellness and well-being, both physically and emotionally.

Various kinds of sound therapy exist, including vibrational sound therapy, which utilizes unique tones that generate vibrations that are believed to enhance brain waves.

It is thought that healing with noise dates back to ancient Greece when music was used to heal mental disorders. Music has been used in the military throughout history to increase confidence, assist individuals to function quicker and more productively, and even ward off stress by singing. Recently, the study has connected songs to a variety of wellness advantages, from boosting immune function and reducing amounts of stress to enhancing wellness.

Vibroacoustic therapy

It is thought that vibration affects the functions of your body, such as blood pressure and respiration. To enhance wellness and decrease stress, the vibroacoustic treatment utilizes visible noise waves. To convey sounds and noise signals straight to the brain, this sort of sound therapy includes the use of amplifiers embedded in recliners, mattresses and unique pads.


Neurologic music therapy


Music therapy can decrease stress and facilitate pleasure. It has been shown to be more efficient in decreasing rates of anxiety before surgery than prescription drugs. A research released in 2017 discovered that coupled with traditional treatment after spinal surgery, a 30-minute music therapy session decreased pain.

Brainwave entrainment

This technique, also recognized as binaural beats, stimulates the brain to a particular state using vibrating noise to encourage your brain waves to correspond with the beat frequency. It should assist in increased attention span, entranced concentration and relaxation.

Sound healing plus Acupuncture Spearwood Bibra Lake Cockburn and South Lake

Sound Healing at Narture

NEW!!  Now available at
Wise Wellness Centre
U5/3 La Fayette Blvd
Bibra Lake WA 6163
Thursday Evenings and Saturdays
for appointment phone: 0467 342 223
25 Labyrinth Way
South Lake WA 6164
Mon – Friday 9.30-2.30
for appointment phone: 0467 342 223


For decades people have relaxed and meditated to soothing sounds, including recordings of waves lapping, desktop waterfalls and wind chimes. Lately, a new kind of sound therapy, often called sound healing or sound bath, has begun to attract a following. Also known as vibrational medicine, the practice employs the vibrations of the human voice as well as instruments that resonate to go beyond relaxation and stimulate healing.  These instruments are designed to resonate at certain frequencies and notes that can effect the body in a positive way.

Sound Healing  It’s an ancient therapy

While many people are only just discovering it, sound healing is actually a return to ancient cultural practices that used chants and instruments to restore health and relieve pain. Healing with sound dates back to most ancient cultures Greece when music was used in an attempt to cure mental disorders, Temple gongs ringing out to remind the villagers to be mindful, Singing bowls bringing a void into the mind to allow enlightenment to enter, Australian Aborigines with the didgeridoo or the American Indian with a drum – clearing the physical body and awakening the great spirit if you look closely every ancient culture will have some form of sound healing.

The power of sounds, sound therapy works

Sound therapy works on a vibrational level. Although we hear the sound with our ears the vibrations are felt with our whole body resonating in every single cell.  There are different types of sound therapy, all use special sounds that produce vibrations thought to improve brain waves giving a feeling of well being. This is how sound therapy can have such a profound affect on our us. What sound healers have in common is a belief in the potency of sound to not only promote relaxation but relieve ailments, from common aches and pains to anxiety, depression and PTSD .

How does Sound Therapy work

Sound healing uses different aspects of sound to improve your emotional and physical well-being. How it works depends on the method of sound healing therapy being used. A session may involve sitting or lying down either individually or in a group while listening to sounds produced from a range of instruments.  At Nature we can use Singing Bowls, Gongs, Drums, Chimes, Clapsticks and Bells during a sound bath.  No 2 sessions will ever be the same as each session is attuned to the participants.




Bibra lake, Spearwood, Cockburn, Munster Acupuncture clinic

Acupuncture and its benefits

Acupuncture is a holistic health technique derived from traditional Chinese medicine practices in which trained practitioners stimulate specific points on the body by inserting thin needles into the skin. Remarkably, although acupuncture uses needles, treatments are relatively pain-free. Indeed, one of the most popular uses of acupuncture is to naturally reduce chronic pain throughout much of the body without the use of drugs that can cause unwanted side effects.

Benefits of Acupuncture

Presently, acupuncture is used to treat conditions like muscle spasms and pain, chronic back problems and pain, headaches, neck pain, osteoarthritis, knee pain, digestive problems & depression.


Is Acupuncture Safe?


Acupuncture that is usually considered safe when done using sterile needles by an experienced, well-trained practitioner. However, it is vital to always go to a practitioner who is well trained in acupuncture as well as to a facility that is quite cautious in using acupuncture needles. If Acupuncture is not properly performed with clean needles it can pose a great risk.


Address: u5/3 La Fayette Blvd, Bibra Lake WA 6163, Australia

Phone: +61 467 342 223


Why come to Narture?

Sue Burletson is a qualified Naturopath, Herbalist, Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist and Reiki Master. Sue has always had a keen interest in Natural therapies and has been drawn to helping people heal since she was a child. Involved in Natural therapies for over 17 years, starting with Reiki and Massage her desire to build on this lead her to the Australian Institute of Holistic Medicine (AIHM) in Jandakot where she completed her studies in Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine and TCM Acupuncture and Massage. Whilst studying Sue’s passion and dedication to natural therapies lead her to receive multiple awards (listed below).