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Energy Realignment

Acupuncture is a healing practice that helps correct imbalances of energy, or Qi, in the body.

Acupuncture can improve your whole wellbeing and can treat symptoms of a wide variety of conditions. Acupuncture also effectively manages various health symptoms, including pain, anxiety and depression, hormone regulation, and migraine headaches.

All this may explain why acupuncture is Western culture's most popular form of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 

Book an Appointment

Call the number below or click the 'schedule by email' button to make an appointment.


Sessions can be paid for in-person or online using the 'purchase session' link below.

Schedule by Emaillaunch

One-on-one service with a licensed acupuncturist.

  • 20-minute Consultation
    $22 ($20 for Members)
  • 90-minute First Session
    $125 ($112 for Members)
  • 30-minute Follow-Up Session
    $55 ($50 for Members)
  • 60-minute Follow-Up Session
    $95 ($85 for Members)
  • 90-minute Follow-Up Session
    $125 ($112 for Members)

All first-time participants will be asked to fill out some paperwork.

Available At

Acupuncture and TCM services are available at the following locations:

How It Works

First Session

We encourage first-time visitors to start with a 90-minute Foundation Session. This gives you time to ask questions and review your self-care practices, diagnoses, supplements, and desired outcomes.

Follow-Up Sessions

Following your Foundation Session, follow-up appointments are available in 30, 60, and 90-minute increments.

Preparing for Your Sessions

Before coming to a session, eat a little so you do not arrive hungry. Plan to undress to your comfort for an individual session and be covered by a sheet and blanket (similar to a massage).

Types of TCM

The following types of Traditional Chinese Medicine are available:

  • Acupuncture – Acupuncture is a component of TCM in which thin needles are inserted into the body's meridians.
  • Acupressure – Acupressure complements acupuncture, where physical pressure is applied to the body's meridians instead of needles.
  • Tui Na – Tui Na practitioners brush, knead, roll, press, and rub the body to move energy through the body's meridians and muscles.
  • Cupping – Cupping uses heated cups to create suction on the skin's surface for pain relief and relaxation.
  • Gua Sha – Gua sha applies pressure to the skin using a smooth-edge tool to relieve blood stasis and stimulate new blood flow.
Benefits of Acupuncture

Acupuncture is known to help with discomfort and provide pain relief, including the following conditions:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Dental pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches
  • Labor pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Respiratory disorder
  • Tennis elbow

Source: Mayo Clinic

Making wellbeing more accessible

The YMCA offers need-based financial assistance to help people access the programs that are important to them.