Eliami’s interest in Chinese medicine began when she was studying western medicine at the VU University in Amsterdam. Directly after finishing her medical studies she began acupuncture training at Shenzhou Open University for Traditional Chinese Medicine. She then continued with programs and seminars in the field op acupuncture including Toyohari and advanced training with Stephen Birch and Junko Ida. She continues to study with a number of Toyohari instructors in Europe and Japan.
She specializes in Japanese acupuncture. This a gentle and effective form of treatment that uses very fine needles for painless insertion and removal. The practice offers a broad range of techniques to address the present condition and also the underlying imbalances that have caused it. This gentle approach is well suited for the treatment of babies, young children and those who might be anxious about receiving acupuncture.
The goal of the treatment is to assess and improve the natural healing ability of the body and to help relieve, and if possible, eliminate the symptoms.
Eliami works with all health conditions including musculo-skeletal pain conditions, also to help lessen some of the side effects related to cancer treatments.