Human bodies release pressure when poked with needles, much like inner tubes or voodoo dolls that work hectic jobs as stock traders. Deflate stress with today’s Groupon to Long Acupuncture Studios. This Groupon is valid at locations in Eden Prarie and Maple Grove. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get one private, full-body acupuncture treatment (a $95 value).
- For $49, you get two private, full-body acupuncture treatments (a $175 value).<p>
Licensed acupuncturists Lindsay Long, Miles Inhofer, and Sara Bublitz straighten out the body’s muddled meridians by pairing ancient Chinese herbology with acupuncture. During each private session, clients relax as professional pokers manipulate their qi in trouble spots overwhelmed by pain or stress. Patrons discover why pincushions never get sick as the healing energy rejuvenates both the mind and body by funneling toxins and negative energy out of the corporeal shell. Acupuncture’s hair-thin, sterile needles have been a tool for medical practitioners for more than 3,000 years, possibly treating conditions such as anxiety, inflammation, and sprains caused by playing kickball with a car tire. After the procedure, the studio’s acupuncturists recommend taking Chinese herbs to strengthen the body’s immune system and maintain tip-top qi balance. Check out the FAQ for more info on both treatments.
Modern Point Acupuncture
Modern Point Acupuncture’s three licensed acupuncturists tend to physiques with both modern techniques and traditional Chinese medicine. They insert hair-thin disposable needles into key pressure points scattered across the body, increasing blood flow and catalyzing the body’s self-healing process.
During sports-acupuncture sessions, this needling technique pairs with modern sport science to alleviate athletic injuries, such as acute sprains and the mental exhaustion that occurs after searching for four square’s secret fifth square. Women's health acupuncture uses needling to help with fertility and menopausal symptoms. Thanks to expertise in other Chinese healing methods, the acupuncturists also tend aches and prescribe herbal remedies for ailments from acne to insomnia.