The Acupuncture Facial - $165
Smoother skin through micro thin needles inserted along wrinkles around forehead, eyes, cheeks, chin.
Body points stimulated to nourish fluid, build collagen, and balance energy.
Recommended as a series of five or ten weekly sessions.
Stress Reducer - $115
Front and back treatment using points to help release tension and balance energy.
Back treatment can be cupping* or needles.
The Yin/Yang Balance Treatment - $125
Invigorating sliding cups* along the back to open the yang channels and encourage detoxification and release of tension.
Calming, centering front treatment with heat on the Hara (lower abdomen) and acu-points stimulated to nourish and support the yin channels and organs.
Cupping (half hour session) * - $75
Back treatment with cupping.
Great stress reduction treatment that softens muscle tension and helps create a better flow of Qi and Blood through the muscles of the back.
Perfect for shoulder/neck tension related to too much time on the computer.
Great way to support the serious athlete looking for ways to improve performance and strength.
Traditional Acupuncture Session - $115
Acupuncture can help with a variety of health issues, including: back pain, menopausal symptoms, stress management and digestive issues.
After a thorough intake interview and diagnostic assessment (pulse, tongue), a point prescription is developed, and an individual treatment strategy is created.
This treatment usually includes a front and back treatment and may include additional acupuncture techniques such as moxibustion, cupping.
Cupping invigorates local circulation of qi and blood in the area being treated, resolving swelling, pain, and tension. Drawing impurities to the surface, it removes toxins. From a Western physiology perspective, cupping loosens connective tissue or fascia and stimulates blood flow to the deeper tissue.
The marks that occur during cupping can last between three to seven days, depending on the patient's physical activity, the amount of toxins released during the session, and how much water the patient drinks afterward. The discoloration ranges from a deep purple to a dark red.