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Acupuncture Packages with Massage, Cupping or Essential Oils at Yin Yang Acupuncture (75% Off)

Yin Yang Acupuncture

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Amanda M. ·
Reviewed February 5, 2015
If you have any chronic pain or injuries this is for you! I have an unbelievably bad left elbow and he made it feel the best it has in almost year. I'm a true believer after seeing the results just after one visit. I'm never going to anyone else.

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Lisa C. ·
Reviewed February 4, 2015
Come prepared to relax! The treatments give immediate relief and Kaz is super knowledgable! Definitely worth treating yourself to a visit!

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Oxsana S. · 20 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed November 26, 2014
Great experience! Totally relaxed!

What You'll Get


Choose from Three Options

  • $39 for a 90-minute acupuncture treatment, a 15-minute tuina massage and $5 toward Chinese herbal formula prescription ($155 value)
  • $39 for a 90-minute acupuncture treatment, a glass cupping session and $5 toward Chinese herbal formula prescription ($155 value)
  • $39 for a 90-minute acupuncture treatment with aromatherapy essential oils and $5 toward Chinese herbal formula prescription ($155 value)

As practiced in ancient Chinese Medicine, acupuncture rebalances the flow of energy through the body. Whether being practiced in its traditional or western forms, acupuncture uses fine needles to target the body’s 12 meridians and redistribute energy. Patients look to these treatments for relief from pain and allergies, to stimulate weight loss, or even to cope with stress and its related symptoms.

Traditional Chinese Medicine: Medicine from Metaphor

Traditional Chinese medicine grounds its philosophy in the parallels between the human body and the natural world. Explore its basic elements with Groupon’s guide.

When practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine look at a patient, they see the world. The four seasons, the eight basic principles of nature (cold and hot, interior and exterior, empty and full, and yin and yang), the five elements (earth, fire, water, wood, and metal)—all are reflected in the body. In this almost poetic system of mapping, the heart, spleen, lung, liver, and kidneys represent the five elements, and just as an imbalance of fire or water can cause drought or flood on earth, so can energy imbalances among the five vital organs disrupt human health. In the traditional Chinese approach, a practitioner’s job is to identify which organ is causing imbalance and restore proper energy flow, or chi.

But first, there’s investigation. The healer listens, smells, takes a pulse, and asks questions. He or she often observes the tongue, since it can reveal the body’s internal rumblings through its color and thickness. Depending on the exam's results, the prescription may be acupuncture, herbal medicine, or a combination of the two. A course of treatment may also involve a mind-body practice such as tai chi, dietary therapy, the use of heated suction cups to remove tension, or moxibustion—burning a cone of mugwort or other dried herbs on or near the skin.

If a paste, powder, or pill is called for, they may grind plants, minerals, or animal byproducts into a recipe from the Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing, a medical guide dating back roughly 2,200 years. Another foundational text is the _Huang Di Nei Jing Su Wen_, or Inner Canon of the Yellow Emperor, written between 400 and 200 BCE. Among its many bold assertions is the idea that, instead of demons, it may be emotions, lifestyle, environment, and age that cause disease.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required; subject to availability. 24-hr cancellation notice required. New clients only. To schedule, patient must schedule online or call 503-272-6646. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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