About Us

“Our goal is to restore your health as quickly as possible and help you to create a better balance of your body in order to prevent illness

Ying Shu Li-Cantwell graduated from Traditional Chinese Medicine University of Guang Zhou (China) at 1991. She gained a Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Diploma of Nursing. Since arriving in Australia in 1995, she has continued her studies, graduating with a Diploma of Counselling from the Australian Medical Registrar. In 2014, Ying was accepted into the University of Western Sydney (UWS) to study for a Masters of Health Science (Acupuncture).  In 2017 she graduated from UWS.

Ying is a Full Member of the Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA) and currently serves on their board for the NSW committee.

Even as a child, Ying knew her purpose was to help people. Her father provided her with great inspiration. Her father, Hong was a prominent Lung surgeon in a leading Hospital. Hong was also interested in traditional medicines and later became an Herbalist to integrate Western and Traditional medicines. The Hong & Lan Natural Therapy Centre is dedicated to her late Father’s Legacy.

With Years of experience and knowledge enables her to provide the best care for you, either your physical health or mental health.


Masters of Health Science (Acupuncture) – University of Western Sydney (UWS)
Diploma of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) – TCM University of Guang Zhou, China
Diploma of Nursing – Bai Yan Public Health College – Guang Zhou, China
Certificate of Massage – Teaching Hospital – TCM University of Guang Zhou, China
Diploma of Counselling – Australian Medical Registrar (AMR) – Sydney
First Aid Certificate – St John’s Ambulance

Clinical Training

2016 Clinical Placement (UWS) – Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Hospital (BUCM) in Dongzhimen, Beijing, China
1990-1991 Internship – TCM Hospital of Guangdong
1994 Internship – Teaching Hospital of TCM University, supervised by Neurological Disorder Professor Fan Shao Jin
1994 Internship – Teaching Hospital of TCM University, supervised by Musculoskeletal Professor Wang Chao Rong

Volunteer Work

St. Vincent de Paul – Compeer Program – Assisting people with Mental Health issues
The Glen – Alcohol and other Drug Rehabilitation Centre – providing Acupuncture treatment to assist in rehabilitation (www.theglencentre.org.au)

Professional Memberships & Registrations


AHPRA Australian Health Practitioner Agency  CMR0001729436- Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner & Acupuncturist


AACMA Member Number: 1208
Registered Private Health Fund Provider for all health funds