Peter Kington acupuncturist and Chinese herbal medicine practitioner
MRepMed, BHSc (Acupuncture), MLitt, BA, GCertHEd
Peter Kington acupuncturist operating from Nurture Studio, New Farm.
Experienced acupuncturist in Brisbane, New Farm, Teneriffe, Fortitude Valley, Newstead, Bowen Hills, Brisbane northside and Brisbane southside.
Peter Kington acupuncturist graduated and established his acupuncture and Chinese medicine practice in Brisbane’s Red Hill.
The founder of Conceive – Natural Health & Fertility, Peter has developed a fine reputation as a clinician.
Peter Kington is a general acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine practitioner.
Peter Kington acupuncturist has also honed his skills as a practitioner and has a special interest in:
- Women’s reproductive health
- Pregnancy support
- Men’s reproductive health
- IVF support
Born on the Redcliffe peninsula, Peter was the recipient of a state school education. Upon completing high school, Peter Kington acupuncturist enrolled in an Arts degree with the view to becoming a high school teacher.
Halfway through his degree, Peter had a life-changing experience when he was chosen to participate in a cultural exchange program to Canada. As a result of this, Peter learnt two things about himself: that he loved travelling the world and would be a lousy high school teacher.
Upon returning home, he put his world travel plans on hold and dutifully finished of his Arts degree and then started a Master’s degree in history (because he also thought he was going to be a leading academic until he realised he didn’t like academia).
Eventually he worked out he could have it all – teach and travel – if he became an international tour director. He travelled to San Francisco, studied at a travel school for a bit and got a job with a leading US travel company called Globus and Cosmos and then later, with Tauck
For five years Peter Kington acupuncturist guided tours through England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
And that was until he burnt out from too much travel and high energy living. At that point he decided to rekindle his interest in the human body and all thing Asian and decided to study Chinese medicine.
It was like a hand in a glove and to this day, studying acupuncture remains the single best decision he ever made.