Treatments

Acupuncture: the insertion of sterilized, single use needles into points on the body for the purpose of encouraging the body’s natural flow and balance. $80 for 1 hour session

Chinese Herbs: mostly in powdered form, the use of plants, and the occasional animal product to strengthen the natural healing tendencies of the body. Price varies based on individual needs,
$25-$45 per bottle, $5 per day of herbal medicine. Herbal consultation only, $40 for one half hour

Chi Nei Tsang: an abdominal organ massage, focusing on freeing areas of tension and bringing breath, blood and oxygen and therefore more vibrant life into the abdomen. $80 for 1 hour, also may be used in conjunction with an acupuncture treatment

Personalized Therapeutic Massage: Swedish and Deep Tissue table massage with oil and lotion to ease muscle aches, tension, promote circulation, relaxation and well-being.
$90 for 1 hour, $120 for 90 minutes

Acupressure: the use of fingers and hands to stimulate points on the body. Used in adjunct to acupuncture and when people have an aversion to needles. $80 for 1 hour session

Moxibustion: the use of Artemesia, a warming herb, to warm the skin surface as well as penetrating deep into the body to promote blood flow and disperse congestion. Taper-shaped, it is lit and moved over acupuncture points or over specific areas on the skin. May be used in conjunction with any other treatment

Cupping: the use of glass cups to create suction over the skin in areas of congestion. May leave a skin mark for several days. May be used in conjunction with any other treatment

Gua Sha: the use of a flat-edged tool scraped over oiled skin for reducing fever or loosening tense muscles. May leave a skin mark for several days. May be used in conjunction with any other treatment