About Us

House of Fertility and Healing_Front of ClinicLocated in the heart of the wonderfully eclectic Newtown is a unique environmentally-sustainable, boutique urban clinic dedicated to deep healing. This gorgeous oasis is fuelled by the sun, rain (solar power, rainwater) passionate practitioners with a special interest in your fertility, your pregnancy.

We are linked in with Marrickville Council’s innovative ‘Target Sustainability’ scheme which is about both social and environmental sustainability.

The story

Ngaio’s vision of creating an accessible professionally practitioner-run centre based upon the fundamental tenet of Chinese medicine which is about living in harmony with nature, a fecund space benefiting all those who enter, bore fruit in 2009 when she conceived gestated and finally birthed House of Fertility & Healing. Here, 7 days a week, practitioners work cohesively, inter-referring amongst each other and to allied and also western medical professionals and hospitals.

Ngaio has devised a manual of the treatment protocols she has developed and refined over the years, these techniques are now utilized by all the practitioners at the House as part of their own busy practices, ensuring continuity of care between the different clinicians. Unique in nearly every way, in the 5 years since its inception House of Fertility & Healing has established itself as one of Sydney’s premier Acupuncture & TCM centres for women’s health, pregnancy and fertility support.

We support life and try to keep it real in the process. We invite you to open the door, enabling us to usher you toward peak health, deeper relaxation, & increased ability to flow within the chaos of Sydney. Please feel free to pluck some fruits or herbs from the community garden down the side/front of the clinic before you leave.

‘I am very proud to be working alongside the very wonderful Kevin Redmond, Alice Yang & Martine Negro – each of whom contributes their own unique skills & style to the House. You can read all about each of us in ‘Our Team‘. Ngaio