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A free 20 minute phone consultation to assess your needs and learn more about how Chinese medicine can help you. From here, you'll be guided by your practitioner to what Chinese medicinal modality will be right for you (acupuncture, herbal or both) and be scheduled for an in person evaluation and treatment

~20 min

~No charge

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Acupuncture has been practiced for thousands of years and is gaining recognition in the Western world as a valuable modality to address a wide variety of health concerns. Acupuncture increases blood flow, decreases inflammation, calms the central nervous system and so much more. Schedule a free consultation to speak with a practitioner about how acupuncture can help you. 

~Traditional Chinese lifestyle and dietary support is included in the appointment.

~Cost is dependent on your individualized treatment plan and needs


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Cupping is a great way to de-stress and relax tense muscles. Cupping therapy increases blood flow, decreases tension, aids in lymphatic flow and overall feels darn good! This is additional therapy combined with acupuncture.

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Community Acupuncture is a group acupuncture setting wherein your health concerns can be addressed at a more affordable rate.
Community Acupuncture is for current clients. Some conditions are best served in a 1:1 acupuncture setting or with herbal therapy. Please contact us to have your needs evaluated for the ideal treatment for you. 

~35 minute appointment

~Wednesdays from 3:30-5:00


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Herbal medicine is the heart of Chinese medicine, and many of the plant and mineral-based formulas we use have been in use for centuries. If you are coming to our clinic for any type of health challenge with symptoms like digestive disorders, insomnia, anxiety, depression or other “internal medicine” conditions, Chinese herbal medicine will be at the heart of your treatment plan.

~Cost is dependent on your individualized treatment plan and needs

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