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What You'll Get
Acupuncture is said to unblock the body’s energy pathways, similar to the way a busy sidewalk is easily cleared by poking pedestrians with a javelin. Remove troublesome obstacles with today's Groupon to Jacquelyn L. Sugich L.Ac. Choose between the following options:
- For $37, you get a 60-minute signature massage (a $75 value).
- For $50, you get one acupuncture session (a $100 value).
Jacquelyn Sugich, a graduate of Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine with more than 12 years' experience as a licensed massage therapist, promotes holistic healing through ancient Chinese medical practices. Clients can console overworked muscles traumatized from hours of juggling office chairs with a 60-minute signature massage that combines Swedish, shiatsu, deep-tissue, and acupressure techniques. Alternatively, one acupuncture treatment can help alleviate the symptoms of anything from asthma to anxiety to headaches caused by wearing a squid for a hat, though multiple treatments may be necessary depending on the severity of symptoms. Jacquelyn inserts tiny, sterile needles into a constellation of points intended to stimulate chi, or energy flow, and bolster sluggish immune responses.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jacquelyn L. Sugich L.Ac.
Jacquelyn L. Sugich L.Ac. began her career with the single goal of healing people without resorting to drugs. She enrolled in Santa Barbara College Of Oriental Medicine and studied ancient modalities in China as she worked toward a master's of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. After graduating in 2006, she started her practice and went straight to work.
Today, she follows the guiding principle of Chinese medical theory, the cornerstone of which is prevention. She fights off stress and eases muscular tension with her signature massages, and uses hair-thin acupuncture needles to unleash endorphins and reduce anxiety, abdominal pain, and balloon-animal populations. Though these acupuncture sessions are her specialty, they generally make up just one spoke in the wheel of customized, holistic treatment plans that incorporate multiple approaches, including diet and Chinese herbal remedies.