Chinese Medical System – Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) includes a wide variety of therapies (similar to the way Western Medicine offers diverse treatment options) which are individually combined to best address a patient’s specific concern.

A Chinese Medicine treatment plan for an individual will include specific protocols that are meant to gain effect over time, requiring a certain number of regular acupuncture treatments, the number of which are determined on a case by case basis.

Chinese Medical Therapies: Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Cupping, Gua Sha, Moxibustion, Traditional Chinese Dietary Therapy, Bodywork & Massage, Lifestyle Counseling.

Transitioning to Autumn in Traditional Chinese Medicine

By |Sep 2, 2018|Categories: Chinese Medicine, Wellness|Tags: |

The energetic quality of the season is grief and anything that has been 'on our chest' (lungs), it's time to let go of. Let go of the things in your life that no longer serve you. Like leaves that die and fall from trees, some friendships and relationships that are at a standstill need to be examined.

Chinese Face Mapping

By |Jul 20, 2018|Categories: Chinese Medicine|

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the face is the map of the soul, a mirror to the outside world that projects our inner self. Your body is interconnected, like all living things. What affects your physical self is a series of meridians. Energy flows to and from the organs in the body along these pathways in a bio-electrical and vibrational way.

The Power of Chinese Herbal Medicine

By |Jun 12, 2018|Categories: Chinese Medicine, Wellness|

The practice of using Chinese herbs to treat modern diseases is alive and well in the U.S. as more and more people are drawn to using natural remedies as opposed to synthetic drugs.  Chinese herbs can be ingested in a variety of ways such as herbal teas made using raw herbs, tablets, capsules, tinctures, or premade powders that can be dissolved in hot water.


By |Jan 9, 2018|Categories: Chinese Medicine|

Moxibustion is the process of burning the dried herb mugwort on an acupuncture point. ‘Moxa’ for short, is used to nourish the body and support the immune system. It is used for specific patterns of disharmony for both physical and emotional support.

Cupping Therapy

By |Jan 9, 2018|Categories: Chinese Medicine|

Cupping is commonly used for such pain related conditions as back and shoulder pain, however it can be used on other parts of the body, such as the arm, for certain types of tendonitis. Cupping relieves blood stagnation in the muscle layer, allowing increased blood flow to nourish the affected area.


Services & Rates


Initial Acupuncture

The initial visit will involve an in-depth discussion with one of our caring practitioners about your health concerns. You will be emailed an intake form before the treatment in order to more fully address your needs.
Approx. 75 min.
Erika: $175 | Other Therapists: $150

Follow Up Acupuncture

Existing clients will continue to engage with their practitioner about their health needs before their full treatment begins.
Approx. 60 min.
Erika: $150 | Other Therapists: $125

Acupuncture / Massage

Relaxation of both body and mind for clients coming in with body aches and pains or just need some self care.
Approx. 60 min. | $175

Acupuncture Gua Sha Facial

Relax and give your face a treat! This rejuvenating session starts with an acupuncture treatment customized to reduce wrinkles and build collagen. The treatment finishes with a relaxing facial massage using the Gua Sha jade stone to tighten and energize the skin.
Approx. 60 min. | $175

Cupping Treatment

Cupping is a wonderful technique that reduces tight muscles and pain as well as strengthening the immune system to help alleviate your cough and cold symptoms.
Approx. 30 min. | $60

Herbal Consultation

Herbal medicine addresses a wide array of systemic conditions that range from insomnia and migraines to gynecological and digestive issues. Book an appointment to find out which formula works best for you.
Approx. 30 min. | $60

Gua Sha

Gua sha is a scraping technique that removes blood stagnation in the muscle layer to alleviate pain, stiffness, fever, chill, cough, wheeze, nausea. Gua sha is also used more gentle on the face to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and reduce puffiness.
Approx. 30 min. | $60

Micro Needling

Micro needling or collagen induction therapy, is also known as a cosmetic procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles. The purpose of the treatment is to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer, more toned skin.
Approx. 60 min. | $250

Korea Acupuncture Facial (F.A.C.E)

Facial Acupuncture for Charm and Elegance is a facial acupuncture treatment originated from Korea. FACE aims for natural improvement of the facial muscles and the skin tone.
Approx. 60 min. | $250