Initial acupuncture appointments include a comprehensive health history intake with an acupuncture treatment. All follow ups include a brief intake and treatment. Additional therapies may be used if appropriate for your condition: Chinese herbal medicine, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion, auriculotherapy, Eastern nutritional advice, and energy work using reiki or tuning forks.

New patients: 80 minutes, $130
Returning patients: 60 minutes, $100



Chinese herbal medicine consultations are included in acupuncture appointments and are available without acupuncture treatments. Formulas are made with natural, high quality ingredients and can be customized for your condition. Herbal formulas are available as granule powder teas, encapsulated pills, tinctures, raw cooking decoctions, and topicals or soaks.


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By settling your mind and body into a state of rest and relaxation, your own system has the space to heal itself.

Acupuncture is a treatment method used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a complete medical system aimed at treating the underlying root causes of disharmony in the body. As a holistic therapy, treatments are individualized to benefit the patient as a whole to restore balance for both physical and emotional well-being. 

Very thin, sterile, and single-use needles are gently inserted into specific points on the body along a series of channels (pathways) that interconnect all tissues and organs. Through these channels, Qi (energy) and blood flow to nourish the entire body.

From a TCM perspective, "when there is blockage, there is pain." Acupuncture initiates smooth Qi and blood flow through the meridian pathways to provide relief from physical and emotional symptoms. It restores homeostasis by promoting circulation, reducing inflammation, and stimulating the endorphins that alleviate pain. Acupuncture works on your parasympathetic nervous system - the "rest and digest" part of your nervous system and opposite of the "fight or flight" response - which is what makes it so relaxing.

Learn more about the concepts, mechanism, and benefits of acupuncture here