Yi Qian has worked in traditional healing over 20 years, after obtaining the massage certificate at Australasian College of Natural Therapies in 1991, in Sydney after which he realised that this form of Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) healing was his calling. Yi completed a Diploma of Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
More recently in 2014 he has continued numerous bridging and updating courses in Advanced Acupuncture and Tui Na Massage at the Chinese Academy of Traditional Medicine, Beijing and in 2018 courses in TCM in Rehabilitation Medicine and Physical Therapy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing.
These years of updating and new modalities adds to his long and wide range of experiences, he acted as a casual masseur for the All Black tour of Australia in 1992, plus a part-time masseur for Olympic gymnasts in 1996, while working as a masseur at the Belconnen Chiropractic Centre.
In China he was a masseur at an International Fencing club in Beijing, a casual masseur for the Hungarian Men’s Sabre Fencing team, a leading USA Ice Hockey team and a Ligue 2 French football team. He has gained a wealth of experience and how to be able to adapt his skills to the needs of the client. Still today his biggest joy comes from seeing patients recover and regain their full physical capacity, this is the driving force behind Yi.