Acupuncture in Leicester

Up to 55% Off Community Acupuncture

Metro West Whole Health

Medway

$40 $19

Acupuncturists perform their work upon small groups of clients, seated in recliners in the midst of a soothing workspace

Up to 75% Off at Acupuncture Herbs and Beyond

Acupuncture Herbs and Beyond

Natick

$280 $99.99

Acupuncturist and herbalist with a PhD in biomedical engineering helps combat pain, stress, and insomnia with acupuncture and herbs

Up to 57% Off Wellness Services at Joint Ventures

Joint Ventures

Multiple Locations

$100 $45

Licensed therapists provide wellness services such as massage, acupuncture and personal training with emphasis on personalization

Up to 73% Off Acupuncture Treatments

Acupuncture & Chiropractic Center of Boston

Wellesley

$80 $22

Acupuncture helps to boost circulation and reduce pain; facial treatment targets signs of aging

Up to 60% Off Acupuncture at Bamboo Wisdom Acupuncture

Bamboo Wisdom Acupuncture

Bamboo Wisdom Acupuncture

$60 $29

Treat pain, allergies, stress, and other maladies with a natural, ancient technique; group or private settings

Up to 61% Off Full-Body or Ear Acupuncture

Bonnie Diamond, Licensed Acupuncturist

Multiple Locations

$100 $49

Licensed practitioner rebalances energy flow with acupuncture treatments

51% Off Acupuncture from Hayley Mermelstein

Hayley Mermelstein

Amherst

$80 $39

Acupuncture draws on a 2,000-year-old tradition helps to clear energy blockages and relieve pain

Up to 58% Off Acupuncture at Whole Body Healing

Whole Body Healing

Northampton

$95 $45

Treat a wide variety of ailments such as pain, allergies, and anxiety with a natural, ancient technique

69% Off Acupuncture at Now Yoga and Fitness

Now Yoga and Fitness

Providence

$80 $25

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Patients look to acupuncture for relief from pain and allergies, to stimulate weight loss, or to cope with stress and its related symptoms

Up to 51% Off Acupuncture for Back Pain

Middle Path Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine

Cambridge

$95 $47

Super-fine needles optimize energy flow throughout the body to assuage a range of concerns, from chronic pain to overeating

Up to 67% Off Acupuncture in Cambridge

Acupuncture Together

North Cambridge

$55 $25

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Acupuncturists strategically place needles to alleviate pain & other issues as clients lounge in comfortable reclining chairs

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Licensed acupuncturist and master of Oriental medicine Jadranka Perl treats a vast range of bodily ailments with acupuncture sessions at Eastern & Western Medicine - Jade Acupuncture. During 90-minute initial visits, patrons meet with Jadranka to discuss specific ailments and general feelings on postapocalyptic rap, while Jadranka in turn explains the potential benefits of acupuncture. Then, patrons relax while skilled hands carefully direct fine needles into precise points across the body, redirecting energy to and from corresponding areas. The 3,000-year-old practice of acupuncture has been a mainstay of holistic healers, possibly treating such conditions as headaches, depression, and tennis elbow. Follow-up visits include a 45-minute dose of acupuncture, perfect for lunch hours or 45-minute coffee breaks.

381 Park Avenue
Worcester,
MA
US

When she established Health & Healing Massage Therapy, owner and licensed massage therapist Karen Nugent envisioned a place where clients could maintain all facets of their health—mind, body, spirit, and eyebrow flexibility. In service of this dream, she assembled a team made up of seasoned massage therapists, a Native American shaman, and an acupuncturist, who now flaunt their skills in a unique assortment of therapeutic treatments ranging from therapeutic massage to craniosacral therapy to reflexology. Several of the therapies can even be merged in tandem sessions in which two therapists and four hands combine massage with reflexology, reiki, or finger-puppet therapies.

16 Austin St
Worcester,
MA
US

Take Ten Reflexology's holistic health-care practitioners utilize elements of reflexology, reiki, and chiropractic care to release all manner of body-wide tension. Resident reflexologist and reiki practitioner Cyndi Stearns applies her strategic barrages of finger-driven kneading to tense soles, restoring balance to the body's chi. Conversely, Doctor of Chiropractic Karen St. Laurent focuses on the backbone, whisking away persistent aches with simple spinal adjustments and dramatic readings of spine-tingling fax-machine user manuals.

340 Main Street
Worcester,
MA
US

Down to Earth Acupuncture is a community acupuncture clinic, which means pricing is on a sliding scale and treatments take place in a group setting. While fellow patients lie back in soft armchairs in the practice's living-room-style setting, acupuncturists Emily Konstan and Josh Smolkin insert narrow needles. Both therapists have extensive health-care experience, and both are certified not only in acupuncture but in Chinese medicine as well. They prescribe herbal remedies when necessary.

65 James Street Suite 207
Worcester,
MA
US

A patient mentions pain in his right shoulder. Then, an acupuncturist inserts a needle into his left ankle. Primarily focusing on the distal style of acupuncture, Acupuncture Connections' team is licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine and certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, ensuring that each member knows exactly where to place each pain-battling needle. During each session, one of the acupuncturists inserts an average of 8 to 10 FDA-approved single-use needles into specific areas—along the forearms, hands, lower legs, and head—aiming to treat issues from autoimmune diseases to digestive issues to fatigue. Since distal acupuncture involves the treatment of areas normally exposed while wearing shorts and a T-shirt, patients typically don't need to remove their clothing or steel breastplates. The sessions begin with a private consultation with a practitioner who holds a master's degree in acupuncture.

290 W Main St
Northborough,
MA
US

Celebrating its 25th anniversary this September, Spirit of Change delivers alternative-health material on a quarterly basis to New England coffee tables, covering topics such as medicine, green living, cooking, and community. Editorial pieces range from the environmental impact of cigarette butts to advice for cooking quinoa to the perfect protein-packed al dente or jump-starting healthy eating habits in the food-and-cooking section. Insight into granting forgiveness to loved ones, even after they tattooed a mustache on your face as you slept, spills from the pages of the mind-and-body segment. In addition to its expertly penned articles, each 70-page issue includes a directory that lists contact information for local alternative-health practitioners and community events.

14 Marywood St
Uxbridge,
MA
US