SERVICES

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ACUPUNCTURE

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a form of healing that has been practiced for over 2,000 years. Acupuncture is a key component of TCM, and is defined as the insertion of very fine, flexible needles into specific points in the body. The purpose acupuncture is to attract or disperse Qi (energy) along the meridian (energy channel). By redirecting the flow of Qi, we being to create balance and harmony in the entire energy system of the body. TCM is concerned with bringing balance to the person as a whole and is interested in addressing the underlying cause of disease, not just the symptoms. TCM recognizes that every disease is initially caused by an energetic imbalance that manifests into pathology. By addressing the root cause, the energy imbalance, we treat the physical manifestation of that disharmony.


Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can treat a wide variety of conditions
including but not limited to: 

> Musculoskeletal pain 
> Insomnia
> Allergies/asthma 
> Headaches and migraines 
> Gastrointestinal disorders
> Fatigue
> Anxiety and depression 
> Menstrual and menopausal symptoms

Acupuncture treatments are available through appointments only.

ACUPUNCTURE PRICING & DETAILS:

Free Consultation
Duration: 
30 mins
Price: No charge

Initial Appointment
Duration: 
90 mins
Price: $100 

Follow Up Appointment
Duration: 
60 mins
Price: $85 

Six-Appointment Package
Includes six follow up appointments (does not include Initial visit)
Duration:  60 mins / per appointment
Price: $450 

Senior Pricing
65 or over
Price: $90 - Initial
Price: $75 - Follow Up

Senior-Six Appointment Package
65 or over
Duration:  60 mins / per appointment
Price: $420

Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture
Duration:  
90 mins 
Price: 
$130 - One treatment
Price: $1,400 - Twelve Appointment Package (highly recommended for best results)


YOGA & MEDITATION

The word yoga can translate to “yolk” or “union”. Yoga is a path to self-realization or enlightenment. The practice of yoga is said to be about 5,000 years old, but about 2,000 years ago, Patangali, an Indian sage wrote down what are called the Yoga Sutras which are a collection of statements about yoga taken from older traditions. Within these sutras, the eight pillars of yoga are stated. The eight pillars are yamas (restraints), niyamams (observances), asana (postures), pranayama (breath restraint or regulation of prana), pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (concentration), dhyani (meditation), and samadhi (enlightenment). It is said that through mastering the first 7 of these pillars, one will reach enlightenment- “the blissful state where the yogi is absorbed into the one”.

Yoga classes offered at Ananda Natural Medicine are typically quite gentle, relaxing and meditative. At Ananda Natural Medicine, we practice and study traditional yoga as taught by Patangali and incorporate all of the eight pillars of yoga, not just the physical postures. While you may notice physical benefits of the practice such as increased range of motion, strength and balance you can consider these benefits as side effects of the practice. The true purpose of yoga is to anchor into the peace within so that we can recognize our true, eternal nature.

Yoga and meditation can have a myriad of positive benefits for your mind and body including but not limited to: 

> Promotes emotional health and elevates mood
> Decreases stress, anxiety and depression symptoms
> Improved mental clarity
> Improved concentration and memory/ prevents memory loss
> Increased cognition 
> Enhances spiritual satisfaction
> Expanded consciousness 
> Increased sense of connectedness and empathy
> Improved sleep
> Lowers blood pressure and cholesterol levels
> Decreases pain 
> Boosts immune system
> Improves flexibility and balance- physically, mentally and emotionally

Click the link below to see the full yoga class and workshop schedule.

YOGA PRICING & DETAILS:

See calendar for details.*


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ACCESSORY TECHNIQUES (Needle Free TCM Therapies)

Nervous about needles? No problem. These accessory techniques are typically used in combination with acupuncture but can be used as stand-alone treatments as well. With the exception “Electro-Acupuncture”, which involves needling, all of these accessory techniques can be purchased as stand-alone treatments.

After a complete TCM intake, we can decide what accessory techniques will be the most beneficial to you.

If you are receiving an acupuncture treatment, these techniques will be included with no additional charge, if diagnostically appropriate.

 

ACCESSORY TECHNIQUES PRICING & DETAILS:

All Accessory Techniques (excluding Elector-Acupuncture)
Price: $50

See all individual details below.

ELECTRO-ACUPUNTURE:

Electro- Acupuncture is the electrical stimulation of acupoints through electrodes attached to acupuncture needles. This technique might be used in the treatment of severe chronic pain, muscle atrophy, paralysis, neurological conditions, anxiety, depression and more.

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*There is no additional charge for Electro-Acupuncture however this service is only available with the purchase of an acupuncture treatment. It is not available as a stand alone service.

CUPPING:

Cupping is the creation of local suction on the body’s surface by applying heat or a pumping mechanism to a cup. Cupping stimulates blood and energy flow and promotes healing. Cupping can be used to treat a wide variety of symptoms including musculoskeletal pain, asthma, common colds, flus and more.

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PRICING:

Free consultation:
Duration: 30 mins

Initial Appointment:
Duration:
60 minutes
Price: $65

Follow up Appointment:
Duration:
30 minutes
Price: $50

Gua Sha:

Gua Sha is a technique that uses a blunt tool to scrape the skin. Though this might sound uncomfortable, this technique is generally quite pleasant and relaxing. Gua Sha may be included in an acupuncture treatment for symptoms such musculoskeletal pain, common colds, flus and more.

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PRICING:

Free consultation:
Duration: 30 mins

Initial Appointment:
Duration:
60 minutes
Price: $65

Follow up Appointment:
Duration:
30 minutes
Price: $50 

Tui Na:

Tui Na is the name for Chinese massage. In Chinese medicine, Qi (energy) and blood stagnation is a primary cause of pain. Tui Na is a great way to promote the movement of Qi and blood, assisting in pain relief and prevention.

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PRICING:

Free consultation:
Duration: 30 mins

Initial Appointment:
Duration:
60 minutes
Price: $65

Follow up Appointment:
Duration:
30 minutes
Price: $50

MOXIBUSTION:

Moxibustion is the heating or burning of the herb Mugwort on or near the skin to stimulate an acupoint. Moxa can be useful for “cold” and “damp” conditions such as certain types of diarrhea, fatigue, certain types of pain and more.

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PRICING:

Free consultation:
Duration: 30 mins

Initial Appointment:
Duration:
60 minutes
Price: $65

Follow up Appointment:
Duration:
30 minutes
Price: $50

CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE / NUTRITION ADVICE:

Chinese Herbal Medicine, similar to the above accessory techniques is typically used in combination with acupuncture but can also be used as a stand-alone therapy. If appropriate, a Chinese herbal prescription may also be included in an acupuncture treatment.

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PRICING:

New patient Chinese herbal consultation
(has had full TCM assessment within the past year):

Duration: 45 mins
Price: $65

Established patient herbal consultation
(has not had a full TCM assessment within the last year):
Duration:
30 mins
Price: $50