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New Patient Consult & Acupuncture: $80
Returning Patient Acupuncture: $65
Duration: 30-60 minutes

Acupuncture is an ancient technique that promotes the body’s natural healing process through the insertion of very thin, sterilized, single-use needles into precise acupuncture points. Acupuncture points are tailored according to the patient’s signs and symptoms and possess specific functions to improve and harmonize the body. Due to congenital, dietary, or lifestyle reasons, the flow of Qi ("chee," the body's vital life force energy) becomes disrupted and does not flow freely as it should. Acupuncture reestablishes the balance by improving the flow of Qi and blood and stimulating sensory receptors. These sensory receptors transmit impulses to the brain to initiate the release of neurotransmitters and endorphins which helps ease pain, promote healing, and improve immune function. Acupuncture can treat various health concerns and strengthen your overall health and well-being on a mental, spiritual, and physical level.

Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine has been an important component of Chinese Medicine for millennia and continues to be effective in treating many health conditions to this day ranging from common colds to digestive disorders to painful menstruation to extreme pain. These herbal formulas have been passed down by generations of distinguished herbalists and consist of only natural ingredients such as plants, minerals, and other organic material that can be found in the natural world. Commonly used herbs include cinnamon bark, ginger root, mandarin orange peels, ginseng, mint, and fennel. Acupuncture and herbal medicine are often used together to reinforce one another and are tailored to the individual patient based on their disease, diagnosis, and underlying constitution to encompass and treat the patient as a whole.

Facial Acupuncture & Cupping

New Patient Consult & Acupuncture: $90
Returning Visits: $75

Facial rejuvenation commonly referred to as “cosmetic acupuncture” or “acupuncture facelift,” is the use of ultra-thin acupuncture needles on certain points of the face to affect the deeper dermis layers of the skin and help promote a structural change from the inside out. As we age, our collagen production decreases dramitcally leading to fine lines, wrinkles, and loss in skin elasticity. With facial needling, we are creating a “microtrauma” to encourage increased blood flow and collagen production to the area.

  • Promotes brighter, hydrated, glowing complexion

  • Firms and tones skin

  • Relaxes facial muscles

  • Reduces swelling and inflammation

  • Softens the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation, acne, acne scars (Crow’s feet, frown forehead lines, laugh lines)

Regular and consistent treatments are key to noticable results. Depending on age, level of physical health, and expectations, one to three treatments a week are optimal. 


Cupping: $50
Duration: 20-30 minutes

Dating back to the 4th century AD, cupping is a traditional Chinese therapy that involves the use of pressurized cups to suction certain areas of the body in order to move stagnant blood or fluid. The suction lifts all the different muscle layers apart to relieve any tension hiding beneath them. Not only does it improve blood circulation, cupping relieves deep to superficial muscle tension, promotes cell repair, and forms new connective tissues and blood vessels. Cups are placed on the skin for 15-20 minutes and often moved around for more stimulation. Some “bruising” or marks may occur after cupping and represents the stagnation and toxins in the body. Cupping has grown in popularity among celebrities and athletes due to its amazing benefits with immediate relief.

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