Acupuncture has helped millions of people over the past 3,000 years by activating the natural self-healing abilities of the body. Small, sterile, disposable needles are gently inserted into  specific acupuncture points to encourage the free flow of Qi (chi), or vital energy, that flows through pathways in the body. When the flow of Qi is obstructed, pain, illness, and other ailments occur. When the Qi flows properly the body is nourished and healthy.

Acupuncture is recognized by leading national and international health organizations to be effective in the treatment of pain and a variety of medical problems including:


Neck, hip, and low back pain
Shoulder pain
Headache and migraines
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Jaw pain

Tennis / Golfer’s Elbow
Plantar Fasciitis
Knee and ankle pain
Post surgery pain
PMS / Cramps

Stress management
Anxiety / Panic attacks
IBS / Diarrhea / Constipation

Cupping with Acupuncture


Cupping is a technique that uses glass or plastic cups to create suction on the skin. When the cups are gently moved they release adhesions between the layers of skin, fascia and muscle which relaxes the muscles, increases blood circulation and the movement of Qi. You can think of it as a reverse deep tissue massage. Some redness and bruising may occur and this indicates that toxins have been drawn out of the area to be flushed from the system. Cupping is very effective for pain, injury, tension and stagnation. Clients report feeling looser, calmer, lighter and more balanced. An excellent 15 minute add-on to your acupuncture treatment.


A combination of hot stone, deep tissue and myofascial massage can all be added to the end of your acupuncture treatment, synergistically boosting the overall effect of pain and stress reduction. A relieving, relaxing and grounding 15 minute add-on to your session.