Olivier’s Biography


I migrated from France to Aus­tralia in 1980. After over a decade of working as a circus artist, street performer, puppeteer, and actor, I decided to make a career change to become a health practitioner. I completed my training as a Remedial and a Sports Massage therapist, before being involved in the treatment and rehabilitation of many pro­fes­sional ath­letes, includ­ing the Sydney Swans AFL foot­ball team. I was privileged to be selec­ted in the Aus­tralian med­ical team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

Since completing a Bach­elor, and a Masters of Health Sci­ence degree in Tra­di­tional Chinese Medi­cine at the Uni­ver­sity of Tech­no­logy of Sydney (UTS), I have been prac­ti­sing a gentle form of Japan­ese acu­punc­ture called Toy­o­hari.

I specialize in the treat­ment of female and male infer­til­ity, muscular pain, migraine, and anxi­ety disorders.

In addi­tion, I have worked as a cas­ual lec­turer, tutor, and clin­ical super­visor at the Col­lege of Traditional Chinese Medi­cine of the Uni­ver­sity of Tech­no­logy of Sydney (UTS) from 2005–2013.

I am available for treatments in three different Sydney areas:

On Thursdays and Saturdays at 78 Livingstone Road, Marrick­ville,

On Tuesdays and Fridays  at 2/22 Mar­ket street, CBD (behind the QVB build­ing)

On Wednesdays at 2 Violet Street, Bronte.

I am also avail­able for home vis­its in the East­ern sub­urbs area.

Professional qualifications:

2008 – Cer­ti­fic­ate of accred­it­a­tion in Toy­o­hari Japan­ese med­ical acu­punc­ture, Japan.
2006 – Cer­ti­fic­ate IV In Tuina, Chinese remedial mas­sage, (UTS, Sydney)
2005 – Mas­ter of Health Sci­ences in Tra­di­tional Chinese Medi­cine (UTS)
2001 – Post-Gradu­ate Cer­ti­fic­ate In Chinese Herbal Medi­cine
2000 – Bach­elor of Health Sci­ences in Acu­punc­ture (UTS)

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