Internationaly recognised Traditional Japanese Acupuncturist and Teacher
Alan Jansson has been in practice for 33 years and for the last 21 years has been studying Traditional Japanese Acupuncture (TJM) with the guidance of the master Japanese acupuncture physician, Masakazu Ikeda Sensei.
In his private practices in Queensland, Alan uses only Traditional Japanese Acupuncture methods where he sees a multitude of internal complaints as well as muscular-skeletal disorders. In fact his expertise in treating sports injuries is well known among the players of the Brisbane Lions, 3 times Australian Rules National Champions.
He has also treated many elite athletes including a number of Olympic Gold Medalists to enhance their sporting performances and in some cases helping them to recover from severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Alan has a dedication and passion for passing on the traditions of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture as taught by Ikeda Sensei as well relaying his experience of using this amazing healing form exclusively in the western clinical setting.
He regularly treats in excess of 100 patients per week.
With over 60 workshops and seminars having been presented by Alan in the USA, Australia, Portugal and the Czech Republic, the upcoming workshop in Portugal is likely to be fully subscribed.
Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of Japanese Acupuncture.
In clinical practice for 31 years, he is driven by a strong desire to use the consumer friendly nature, clinical efficacy and potency of Japanese Acupuncture to benefit all who seek his assistance, he is passionate about delivering excellence and positive clinical outcomes for his patient’s.
Alan is the proud father of Ellie and Naomi, grandfather of Jasper and Kayla, active surfer, avid photographer, videographer and lover of music.
Triathlon Athlete Emma Snowsill
on her recovery thanks to Japanese Acupuncture
Olympic Gold Medalist
Commonwealth Gold Medalist
3 Times World Champion
2010 - present
2010 - present
Bachelor of Acupuncture (1985) Practitioner Diploma of Acupuncture (1984)
Diploma in Massage (1981)
Australian representative of the Japanese Meridian Therapy Association (2000)
Fellow Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association n. 0148
Member Australian Traditional Medical Society n. 270
AHPRA Registration CMR0001712141
Founder and Director of (Est. 2004)
30 years clinical practice
18 years post and undergraduate teaching
Director: The Australian Centre for Natural Medicine (Est 1996)
Director: The Institute of Classical Oriental Medicine (Est.1996)
Board member of the Australian Acupuncture Association
Head of the Acupuncture Dept. in the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences
Senior Lecturer at the Academy of Natural Therapies, Gold Coast TAFE