Individual Acupuncture Treatments


Sometimes our problems are deeply rooted and complex. We may feel we need some extra time and attention. Sometimes we need the space to fully discuss and explain our issues. Sometimes we just need some alone time. We try to remain flexible with our treatments to offer you the best options.

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    Individual Acupuncture Treatments

    These treatments last about an hour. Focus is put on addressing complicated issues and providing the space for more communication.

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    Individual treatments are $65 and treatments last 60 minutes. The first visit the cost is $85 and is approximately 90 minutes. If you have already been to our community acupuncture, we will wave the first visit fee.

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    3 treatments for $165.
    5 treatments for $250
    Fees include any first visit fee. Services can be mixed and matched with massage. Example: Get a 5 pack for $250 and receive 2 massages and 3 individual acupuncture treatments.


Cupping is a form of therapy that utilizes suction to pull up on the skin and fascia. It is largely used to help relieve pain—especially in the back, neck, shoulders, and hips. It is also used to boost the immune system. Basically, the cups cause an immune response from the body, thus invigorating the body’s own natural defenses. There are areas of the body that are traditionally used for this purpose.

Tui Na

Tui na, Chinese manual therapy, is used to help increase the efficacy of acupuncture treatments. We commonly use these massage techniques to stop pain, reduce stress, and help the body heal.


Acacia Natural Health cupping services.


Moxibustion services at Acacia Natural Health


Moxibustion, or moxa, refers to the burning of mugwort, Artemesia spp., over specific points and areas of the body. There are several styles and techniques of moxibustion. At Acacia Natural Health we commonly use moxa to warm cold areas, reduce pain, boost and clear energy, and support the immune system.

Gua Sha

Gua sha refers to the use of a tool—usually made from horn, jade, or ceramic—to scratch the surface of the skin. We mostly use gua sha for pain in the neck, back, shoulders, elbows, and knees. We also use gua sha to support the body’s immune system.