About Us

Our dedicated team of TCM practitioners and massage therapists have a passion for what they do. They take the time to listen, and use this information to help guide you in a direction of preventative care, so to optimize your health care regime.

Our Five Pillars of Health

Now and then, we need a reminder of how important the simple things are when it comes to our overall health: Sleep, Move, Eat, Breathe and Energy. These five pillars are the foundation upon which we can build. Without it, our physical and mental well-being will remain unstable and unbalanced.
RTCM Five Pillars GIF
  • 1. Sleep

    The first ring relates to the heart/pericardium/small intestine (fire) it represents sleep and meditation.

  • 2. Eat
    The second ring relates to the Spleen/stomach (earth) it represents food and nutrition.
  • 3. Breath
    The Third ring relates to the lung/large intestine (metal) it represents breath.
  • 4. Water
    The forth ring relates to the Kidney/bladder (water) it represents water/hydration.
  • 5. Movement
    The fith ring relates to the liver/gall baldder (wood) it represents movement.
The inner ring on our symbol represents the yin yang and shen. This circle is made up of our prenatal Qi 
This is formed from   -
Jing (yin- the essence of our body - like our fossil fuel our parent's DNA that comes from the merging of sperm and ovum).
Qi (Yang - the spark that ignites the heart to beat, the motion that supports our life source)
Shen (spirit - the line that separates the qi and the jing. When Jing and Qi are balanced the shen is calm. When they are unbalanced then emotional and physical problems start to rise. 
The inner-circle (yin yang) or prenatal/ ancestral energy is what we are born with, ( like fossil fuel our ancestral DNA).
The outer rings (the 5 elements) or postnatal energy come from the knowledge passed down from our ancestors on how to eat, sleep and exercise to keep the body healthy. These five elements keep the inner circle stable and balanced.
 Everything we do in our practice at the Rosanna Traditional Chinese medicine center is to support qi, jing, and shen,  these 5 rings are the pillars we use to diagnose, treat, & support the foundation of your body.

The Team

Below is a profile of each member of our team at the Rosanna Traditional Chinese Medicine Centre.
We look forward to providing you with the best of care!

TCM Practitioner

Gabriele Aspromonte

Gabriele was led into TCM through his ongoing love and commitment to understanding the disciplines of mental and physical self awareness and health through movements of the Martial Arts from the age of eight years old. Gabriele continues his own studies and research into TCM and the Physical Arts through clinical discussion groups, workshops, conferences and conferring with his teachers, peers and colleagues in the field.

TCM Practitioner

Fiona Aspromonte

Fiona is a qualified and registered Practitioner of Traditional Chinese medicine with 20 years experience in treating gynecology, fertility, children’s and paediatrics. Fiona’s dedication to learning has cemented her passion in the philosophy of Traditional Chinese medicine – not only as a way of health and preventative care but also as a way to emotional freedom.