The Manning - Great Lakes Womens Health Acupuncture Clinic.
Tree of Vida offers holistic Eastern Medicine for women at all stages of their lives.
From menstrual difficulties infertility and pregnancy, to menopausal imbalances and most health needs in between.
We focus on your mind, body and emotions to find the underlying cause of your condition. Eastern Medicine tailors the diagnosis and treatment to you, the individual; rather than treating a disease, we treat patterns of disharmony within your body.
Tree of Vida is located in Failford, halfway between Forster & Taree.
What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture has been practiced for over 2000 years. It involves the insertion of fine, sterile, single use, disposable needles into specific sites (acupuncture points) on the body to remove blockages, improve energy flow and restore balance.
Acupuncture activates the nervous system, triggering the body to release chemicals and hormones and influence the body's natural healing abilities to promote physical and emotional well-being.
ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENTS WE OFFER
At Tree of Vida each treatment is uniquely tailored to you.
During your first visit a detailed medical history will be taken as well as a tongue and pulse diagnosis.
Your treatment will include Acupuncture and potentially other modalities such as Cupping and Moxibustion.
Herbal Medicine and lifestyle advice may be prescribed.
Health Fund Rebates are available
Sara Laharnar is the founder of Tree of Vída Acupuncture.
From an early age, Sara was introduced to natural medicine and grew up passionate about health. During her Traditional Chinese Medicine studies at the University of Technology Sydney, Sara was instinctively drawn to Womens Health & Fertility.
Sara's passion and dedication has enabled her to work in several of Sydneys top prestigious fertility clinics.
Sara practises an evidence based approach to assist patients with Menstrual/Hormonal disorders, Infertility, support Pregnancy and those undergoing IVF.
Sara also greatly enjoys offering Menopause symptom relief and Cosmetic Acupuncture treatments.
After living amongst the hustle and bustle of Sydney for 30 years, Sara made her tree-change dreams a reality and relocated to a small acreage in Failford with her Fiancé Mitch and her dog Blaze. In her spare time, she enjoys working on her veggie patch and spending sunny days at the beach.
Sara is a registered Acupuncturist and Herbalist and a member of the Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association.
Credentials & Continued Professional Education
Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine, University of Technology Sydney
Registered Acupuncturist, Herbalist & Dispenser with AHPRA & AACMA
Facial Acupuncture with Vivian Tam, 2020
Natural Fertility Masterclass, 2019
Genea Education Day, 2019
Better IVF Outcomes with Chinese Medicine with Peter Kington, 2017
What is the Tree of Vída?
Vida is a spanish word meaning ‘Life’.
The symbolism of the Tree of Life has a long history, crossing many cultures and has connections to both Chinese ideology and Sara’s passion for Women’s Health.
The life of a tree can be seen to symbolise the growth of a family. A tree sprouts from a seed, grows and branches out and then creates a new fruit that gives life to the next generation.
Personal Growth & Re-birth
As the seasons move into autumn and winter, many trees hibernate and lose their leaves. By springtime, trees slowly re-emerge, sprouting tiny buds before blossoming to life.
Like the life cycle of a tree, the stages of a womans life transform through profound maturation, in a process of metamorphosis.
It is through understanding these shifts and the needs of each phase, that Tree of Vída can ensure women thrive at every stage of life.
234 Bullocky Way, Failford 2430
Sara Laharnar (BHSc TCM)
Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 12:30pm - 6pm
Wednesday 12:30pm - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm