4 visits for $225, gift cards available too!
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I am located with the HIVE healing house, our clinic is located at:
207 E. Monterey Way, Suite B, Phoenix AZ 85012
Enter by Willow birth center, a quick left, park & entry in back. I’m the 4th bldg on the left.
Appointment availability M, T, Th, F and Saturday mornings.
Initial appointments are $90, follow appointments are $70.
If you appreciate deals: 4 visits for $225
You are welcome to book online, email for any questions or text as needed: 602-828-3122
Besides safe, caring treatments... More specifically: I am a licensed acupuncturist practicing traditional Chinese medicine as well as a Reiki master, Yoga & Meditation Teacher and Sound Healer. By oberserving your health patterns and symptoms I will create a healing treatment plan that can include: acupuncture, gua sha, cupping, moxibustion, diet counseling, energy work, yoga, meditation and sound healing.
Acupuncture is one of the modalities within traditional Chinese medicine practice that involves inserting hair-thin needles into the skin to strengthen, stimulate and relieve symptoms of disease. It can help alleviate pain, stress, and many other health conditions including digestive disorders, respiratory issues, neurological and muscular pain, migraines, drug detox, addiction recovery, emotional balancing, reproductive restoration, women's health, chronic pain and more.
You will feel sensation but it should quickly dissapate, if you feel anything at all. It is not painful.
It may seem counterproductive to relieve pain or create overall health changes with the use of needles. However, the fact that it has been treating patients on nearly every continent for at least 4000 years (compared to Western medicine’s 100 years) speaks to its efficacy.
World Health Organization lists the following symptoms, diseases and conditions to be treated effectively by acupuncture:
The first visit is approx. 75 minutes. That gives us time to review your new patient intake form, cover your health goals, health history and concerns plus collectively come up with a treatment plan. Generally you will comfortably rest with the needles in for 30-40 minutes.
Follow up visits are scheduled for 60 minutes to review how your body is reacting to the treatments and any changes you are experiencing. Again you will rest with needles in for 30-40 minutes.
Acupuncture is considered life style medicine. Chinese medicine takes a Taoism approach in seeing everything happening within our body is related to what is happening in our life, our relationships, our feelings, its all connected. What is beautiful about acupuncture is that it provides an opportunity to rest, to be still for 30-40 minutes so your nervous system can shift into a repair and digest state, where healing happens. You will feel calm and very relaxed. There are over 365 acupuncture points on the body and each one has vast benefits, when paired with other points in a specific protocol profound changes can happen on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. Your body is remembering what complete health feels like, wholeness from within.
This is not a one time fix, acupuncture (TCM) works best cumulatively. We will get better and more long term results with consistent treatment. That will look different for each person, depending on symptoms and time line of aliments. The goal is taper your treatment frequency so that you only need to come in as maintenance or as a preventative measure. That might take up to 10 treatments once a week to get to.
Savor your treatment days, keep the rest of your day light and easy to maintain the bliss and ease created. Hydrate, drink lots of water. Eat a nourishing meal after your treatment, giving your body nutrients and qi it needs to heal itself. As well make sure to come to your appoinements hydrated and well fed so we have qi to work with during your treatment.
Pay attention to how your body reacts post treatment. How long do you feel it working? Notice any changes in sleep, reduction in pain and mood. Any big or small changes will inform our treatment plan going forward. Always feel free to reach out if you have any questions firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment is due at time of service. I accept cash, Zelle, Venmo or credit card.
I do not accept insurance. I am happy to provide a receipt so you can submit to your insurance.
Yes, Chinese medicine includes acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion, TDP heat lamp and tui na. Based on individual needs I will access which modalities will benefit each patient the greatest.
We also offer red light therapy (RLT). RLT can be done separately or added on to any service for $1 a minute. Generally 10-20 minutes is plenty of time for a beneficial treatment.
Benefits of RLT include:
♦️improves skin health
♦️promote cellular health
♦️ stimulate hair growth
♦️ improve recovery & circulation
Cupping is an ancient healing practice that helps the body to clear waste from tissues, improve blood circulation, decrease pain, improve range of motion and decrease inflammation.
Gua sha is similar but allows movement in smaller, more specific areas of the body that cups can't get to. When used on the body they can be helpful for breaking up scar tissue, relieving muscle and joint pain. When used gently on the face both techniques are great for improving circulation and boosting collagen to reduce fine lines and enhance your natural beauty and glow.
Cupping and Gua sha can leave red marks, petechiae on the skin that can last up to 3 days. Remember to cover these marks as best as you can immediately following treatment, avoid cold showers and drafts, and hydrate.
Moxibustion (moxa) is a Chinese medicine technique that involves burning the herb Ai Ye (mugwort) near the skin to stimulate acupuncture points. Moxa creates a cozy and comforting sensation like a big, warm hug. Boosts immunity, supporting the body's natural defenses. Moxa relieves pain and stiffness, reduces muscle tension, inflammation and increases circulation. Helpful for treating digestive and gynecological issues. Moxibustion also produces a meditative experience allowing one to slow down and reflect.