What are the benefits of a Premium Acupuncture Treatment?

A truly luxurious experience, this 75 minute treatment incorporates MORE treatment techniques than a regular acupuncture session.

Each treatment includes:


Thorough Health History

Our practitioners will spend time with you to understand your needs, and gain a thorough history of your body's health. 

Traditional Chinese Medicine requires thoughtful and detailed questions about all aspects of your health to create a detailed treatment plan specifically for your health concerns.


Asian-style Massage

Shiatsu massage or Tuina massage will be performed during your premium acupuncture treatment. Both are different styles of Asian bodywork that relieve tension, reduce pain, and help improve mobility and flexibility. Your practitioner will tailor each massage to your body's needs.


Front of Body Acupuncture

Acupuncture for issues in the front of the body, including body pain in abdomen, chest, arms, legs, and head.

Treatments also can target digestion, menstruation, respiration, and more!


Back of Body Acupuncture

Acupuncture for issues in the back, neck, shoulders, glutes, and posterior legs. 

Also utilizes powerful 'back shu' acupuncture points for wellness.


A powerful tool for releasing muscle tension, increasing blood flow, and removing stagnation - cupping uses a small flame to create suction within a small glass cup. The cup is applied to the skin and suction causes a 'pulling' sensation on the skin and muscles that is pleasant and effective.


Acupuncture has been shown to cause the brain to release natural 'painkiller' chemicals in the brain such as dopamine and serotonin - both essential for pain relief and mental wellbeing.


Guided Meditation

Meditation has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, and improve sleep. Adding guided meditation to your acupuncture session can help enhance the relaxation benefits of your treatment, and help engage your inner 'qi.'

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Herbal Medicine recommendations, Dietary therapy, and Movement.

Traditional Chinese Medicine isn't complete without the use of food, movement, and herbal medicines as a complete lifestyle. Your practitioner will recommend easy diet, lifestyle, movement, and herbal remedies to add to your daily routine to improve your health and wellbeing.