Acupuncture used on bodies increases the flow of energy, whereas acupuncture used on fountain statues increases the flow of children's wishes. Unleash the good stuff with today's Groupon: for $45, you get a first-session acupuncture treatment at True Nature Acupuncture on Burnet Road (a $90 value).
Trained in the disciplines of acupuncture and Chinese herbology, Rebecca Hindman alleviates chronic health concerns with custom-tailored acupuncture treatments. Ultrathin Japanese needles gently pierce the skin to manipulate the flow of energy and prevent the need for 3-D glasses in viewings of Shrek Forever After. The needles work to regulate hormones and the nervous system, increase circulation, and release endorphins. A bucolic, ancient discipline, acupuncture can serve as treatment for insomnia, allergies, chronic pain, migraines, and more. The practice is relatively pain-free and inspires feelings of tranquility alongside mild periods of increased sensation, tingling, and communion with the dishwasher.
4910 Burnet Rd.
Austin, Texas 78756