Acupuncture has stuck around for 2,500 years for a reason—it works. The Traditional Chinese Medicine practice works along the meridians of the body, stimulating blood flow by inserting very thin needles into specific trigger points on the body (it doesn’t hurt, promise!). Acupuncturists are highly trained—finishing a degree in acupuncture or Oriental Medicine takes a minimum of three years—and often suggest traditional herbs to their clients alongside needling practices. These herbs support whatever you and your acupuncturist work on in your session on an ongoing basis.
Whether you’re looking for pain release, emotional balance, or even beauty benefits, acupuncture is a simple solution that you can integrate into your life on a weekly, monthly, or as-needed basis.