Acupuncture involves the insertion of sterile, single-use, hair-thin needles at specific points on the body. These points are organized along pathways called channels. Stimulation of these points restores the healthy flow of blood, oxygen, and information that stimulates your body's own healing resources. (Read more...)
Traditional East Asian Medicine possesses the most intricate system of herbal medicine in the world. Formulas are tailored to each individual and the nuances of each condition. Herbs can be taken as a tea or in pill form. (Read more...)
Cupping and Guasha are often included in our treatment plans, but are also available as standalone treatments. Cupping uses suction and Guasha uses scraping to to help stretch knotted tissue and fascia and re-introduce healthy new blood flow to the area. The blood brings oxygen and nutrients to quicken healing and decrease inflammation. (Read more...)
Kyojung is a highly effective, traditional Korean form of physical manipulation. With assisted stretches, the use of props, and medical massage, Kyojung opens up joints and muscles to realign the body’s structure, restore healthy movement and lessen everyday aches and pains. (Read more...)
A more natural whole-body approach to facial rejuvenation that's more than skin deep. Treatments work with the meridians that course along the face, in addition to corresponding body points to promote greater muscle tone, elasticity, and radiance. If you're not ready for needles, ask about our non-needle guasha facial.
PAYMENT: Payment is required at time of service. Credit card is preferred; if you'd like to pay in cash or with a check, please have exact change as we may not be able to provide change for you.
TIPPING: As a health care facility, we do not accept tipping - but we do accept kind words!
INSURANCE: We are not in-network with any insurance providers at this time. This is because we do not want anyone else deciding how we treat you or limiting the services we can provide to you. We will, however, provide "superbills" upon request which can be submitted to your insurance company for reimbursement according to your benefit structure.
LATE CANCELLATION FEE: Please give us at least 24 hours notice for changes or cancellations to your appointment. Less than 24 hours notice, we reserve the right to charge your account for the full cost of the service. This policy allows us time to inform our standby patients of any availability, as well as keeping our schedules filled.