Affordable + effective.
Community acupuncture is traditionally done in an open room with people relaxing all together receiving treatments and finding relief and calm. We give you that with a tad more privacy. We have comfy treatment tables, soothing music and all the fixings for a zen-experience.
Privacy in an open studio
Easy online scheduling
$35 for Students and Veterans / $45 Regular price
What patients are saying...
"I first saw Margaret in October of 2015. My first impression was, "she looks so young." This was quickly followed by "she seems really mature" and then "she is so professional." Margaret took time to ask a lot of questions. My impression was that she was learning about me as a person and not just a problem that needed to be fixed.” —Bill E.
"Receiving acupuncture from Heather is an absolute dream! Her questions help me to think about and monitor my body in new ways. Heather is incredibly kind and creates such a comfortable environment to share personal information. She has truly helped me make incredible progress toward my health goals. When fall comes around and I'm a little more flush, I'll find you in the herbal clinic."—Colleen H.
"Margaret has continued to help improve my five year right hip pain while also attending to my tight neck, shoulder and back muscles. Additionally, she helped ameliorate my tight jaw muscles. Her successful therapeutic methods and her outgoing personality and willingness to seek feedback make her an outstanding professional." —Karen H.
"My experience receiving acupuncture from Heather was the best I could ask for she has a passion to want to help and really listens to your concerns. She took my treatment plan very seriously and coached me on ways to improve my health along side of acupuncture because I have PCOS with irregular cycles (no cycles) with out the use of progesterone. Thanks to Heather I have began regular cycles with just two treatments. Thank you Heather for helping me so far and I look forward to many more treatments with you!"—Lauren C.
"After I fractured my L2 and underwent spinal fusion surgery, I looked for alternative ways to approach my recovery and rehabilitation. Margaret was always professional yet accessible. I felt an impact from the first session, which helped me through the week until my next session, for the two months that I sought treatment." —Molly D.
"A few weeks ago I had an acupuncture treatment from Heather. I have previously experienced acupuncture to relive sinus pressure. However, on this visit I had requested treatment to help me to quit smoking. I had been smoker off and on for several years so this was no easy request. Immediately after receiving the treatment I was able to quit. She has vast, comprehensive knowledge which enabled her to treat me so effectively." —Holly M.
More Therapies Offered:
GUASHA (Similar to Graston)
CHINESE NUTRITION THERAPY
DRY NEEDLING/TRIGGER POINT
Acupuncture is a medical practice dating back more than 3,000 years across Asia. We use hair-thin needles to stimulate points on the body to treat various ailments and conditions.
Clinical studies have observed several effects of acupuncture, including increased circulation, decreased inflammation, relief from pain, relief from muscle spasm, and increased t-cell count which stimulates the immune system.
The World Health Organization recognizes the following symptoms, diseases and conditions to be effectively treated with Acupuncture:
HEENT or Head, Ears, Eyes, Nose and Throat
poor vision, floaters
common cold, sinusitis
neurogenic bladder dysfunction
sports injury and recovery
blood pressure regulation
immune system toning