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Acupuncture is the insertion of thin, solid needles into specific points in the body in order to influence the flow of qi, or vital energy, within the body. In Western medicine terms, this is explained as the needles stimulating nerve clusters, resulting in the release of endorphins and other hormones to affect change within the body. Once placed, the needles typically remain in place for about 30 minutes, and then are removed and disposed of. 

Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation

PENS, also called e-stim, electroacupuncture, or EA, is an additional type of stimulation for acupuncture needles, which are placed and then hooked up to a device that runs a small amount of electrical current into the body. This modality is especially helpful for painful conditions, but has many other indications as well. 


Acupuncture Home Visit: 1.5 - 2 hours - $100.00  

Surcharge for outside Jefferson County - $25.00

Due to state licensure regulations, home visits are available for addresses in Kentucky only. Please contact via email to inquire.

Corporate Events: 2 hours and up - price varies

Community style acupuncture mini treatments, cupping clinics (private room required), TCM facials, and reflexology clinics can be provided on-site. Pricing varies based on service required, duration, and number of participants. Please contact via email to inquire.


Cupping is the use of vacuum pressure to influence the flow of qi within the body, and to relax muscle in order to relieve tension and pain. Cups may be stationary, or may be moved around, depending on the condition being treated.


Guasha (pronounced "gwah-shah") is a modality that involves the scraping of a blunt tool, like a ceramic spoon, against the skin, which is oiled to decrease discomfort. Like cupping, this method is effective at influencing the flow of qi as well as relaxing muscle. It is an excellent choice for places that are harder for cups to reach, such as the neck or bottom of the feet.

A photograph of a white person from overhead. They are lying face-up on a white sheet, with four cups arranged on their chest. The skin in the cups is slightly raised and reddened. Their chest is covered below the cups in a white sheet. In the upper right corner are three light artefacts: squares in shades of orange.

Moxibustion is the burning of an herb called moxa, which is typically made of mugwort fibers, in order to warm acupuncture points or larger areas of the body. This may involve placing bundles of mugwort onto the end of a needle, a technique called warming needle, or either placing the bundle on or near to the skin. This modality is closely observed by the practitioner, and the patient is not left alone with active moxa to prevent burns. This may be done as an in-office treatment, or we may suggest a home moxibustion kit for you to be able to give yourself treatments at home!


Reflexology is a variety of massage that is used, typically on the feet, in order to influence qi flow and affect change elsewhere in the body. This modality is based on a microsystem, where the entire body is represented on a smaller part. In this case, the whole body is represented on the foot, hand, or ear, and so this massage focuses entirely on the feet, hands, or ears. 

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