Choose from Three Options
- $29 for a facial cupping massage with ear acupuncture ($70 value)
- $65 for two 60-minute acupuncture sessions with a 15-minute tui na or gua sha massage ($205 value)
- $87 for three 60-minute acupuncture sessions with a 15-minute tui na or gua sha massage ($290 value)
A licensed acupuncturist inserts sterile needles into the body during acupuncture sessions; these needles work to stimulate the flow of energy and promote overall wellness. Cupping is an ancient Chinese pain-relief practice in which cups create a gentle suctioning force on the skin to mobilize blood flow. Tui na involves manipulative therapy performed on the joints, whereas gua sha scrapes body areas with the aim of stimulating blood flow.
Each option includes a consultation to ensure clients are eligible for the procedures; non-candidates will be refunded.
Healing Point Acupuncture
Licensed acupuncturist Sheila O'Brien founded Healing Point Acupuncture as a means of putting her knowledge of ancient Chinese medicine into practice. Though the needles she uses in her acupuncture treatments are finely pointed, her well-rounded background in Oriental medicine helps first-time clients feel more at ease.
With certifications in addiction therapy and craniosacral therapy, O'Brien hardly limits herself to acupuncture. She performs holistic treatments such as cupping and gua sha healing both at her office and in clients' homes as part of her mobile practice. She often combines these techniques to help her clients overcome physical and emotional ailments or unhealthy behaviors such as smoking, gambling, or crying loudly on commuter trains.