Acupuncture redirects the flow of energy, just like hooking up a car battery to a pumpkin. Get recharged with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for a 30-minute tui na massage ($60 value)
- $59 for a 45- to 60-minute acupuncture treatment and tui na massage ($210 value)
- $99 for two 45- to 60-minute acupuncture treatments and tui na massages ($310 value)
Before the massage, a therapist performs a traditional Chinese diagnosis which may include taking the pulse at the wrist, looking at the tongue, or a reading of the third eye. Tui Na massage combines rolling motions, forearm kneads, and percussive techniques to promote inner balance. Acupuncture treatments further support wellness with needles that are precisely placed along the body's 12 meridians to redirect bodily energy. Patients look to these treatments for relief from pain and allergies, to stimulate weight loss, or even to cope with stress and its related symptoms.
Skyline Integrative Medicine
When licensed therapists at Skyline Integrative Medicine listen to clients' medical histories, they look beyond the immediate cause of pain, seeking to understand its underlying causes and its consequences throughout the body. With this information in hand, they address problems, such as migraines, back and neck pain, depression, and TMJ with massage, acupuncture, and other services derived from traditional Chinese medicine. Treatments also address bad habits and addictions, helping clients lose weight or quit smoking without the need for faddish gimmicks.
Skyline Integrative Medicine boasts a team of practitioners. Acupuncturist Jennifer Fletcher leads the battle against bad health. With over 25 years of practice, Dr. Fletcher has developed an integrated approach to natural medicine from training that spanned the globe. In addition to studying rehabilitation and podiatry in the U.S., she has trained with medical and holistic doctors from Korea and China. Receiving Tuina training at Samra University in the greater Los Angeles area in 1987, Dr. Fletcher later practiced the art by hand rolling small bags of beans to strengthen her skills. Drawing on the expertise of other doctors and shunning well-meaning tips from mad scientists, she specializes in treating painful foot and hand conditions, and offering relief from many forms of arthritis. Skyline Integrative Medicine also offers non-surgical face lifts and classes in traditional Chinese medicine and qi gong practice.