Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese method used to relieve health conditions. We use very thin needles on specific points on the body along fascial and nerve pathways to tap into your body’s own innate healing intelligence

Group Acupuncture

Acupuncture has been shown to have positive outcomes when done in a group setting. This can be done during corporate events, special events, workshops, women’s circles, etc. We can facilitate group treatment in chairs or on yoga mats. It also combines well with yoga practices and meditation practices.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine that began in Egyptian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern cultures. Special cups are placed on the skin for several minutes to create suction that will loosen the fascia and muscles. Cupping can alleviate, pain and inflammation, as well as aid with blood flow and relaxation. It has also been shown to create space for increased lymphatic drainage to aid the body’s natural detoxification process.

Gua Sha

A Gua Sha is a flat tool that is used with a gentle scraping motion along with areas of fascial constriction. Gua translates to stroke or press, and Sha translates to redness. According to early Chinese Medicine practitioners, the redness that is obtained through scraping encourages the skin to heal itself. This can be done to help aid the lymphatic system.


Moxibustion is a type of traditional Chinese medicine, focusing on heat therapy by burning moxa, a cone or stick made of ground mugwort leaves, near your body’s meridians and acupuncture points.

Auricular Acupuncture

Auricular acupuncture is the stimulation of acupuncture points on the external ear surface for the diagnosis and treatment of health conditions in different areas of the body.

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Our Procedures


Needle Insertion

Generally, you don’t feel any of the needles upon insertion. There are a few points closer to the feet and hands which might produce a stronger sensation than the rest, but it generally dissipates within seconds.


Needle Manipulation

Once the needle is gently placed into position, I may twist slightly to get it into the correct place. During needle manipulation, you may feel a small chill that should dissipate within seconds. I encourage all of my patients to tell me how they feel in the moment so they are as comfortable as possible.


Needle Removal

Needle removal is quick and painless, only taking a few seconds to complete. Each patient is different, but most feel a sense of relief and surge of relaxation.

The Art of Acupuncture

There are roughly 400 points on the body that are able to modulate different processes in the body. The most common points are from the knee and elbow down. However, it is not uncommon to use points on the abdomen or back depending on what we are treating. I love when my patients ask about the points and I am happy to explain every point that I do and why we are doing it.

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What We Treat

Fertility Treatments

Helps with Infertility & IVF Treatments

GI Disorders

Relief of several GI disorders

Chronic Pain

Lower Back, Neck, Knee, Hip, Carpal Tunnel & Headaches

Herbal Medicine

Treatment through herbal remedies and not prescription drugs