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  • We accept most Insurances- The service fees below are for non-insurance patients. Please contact us first so we can verify your insurance eligibility, before making your first appointment.

  • Acupuncture

    • Regular followup $125
      This is a standard 45 minutes to 1-hour follow-up treatment for return patients. The $125 follow-up - ONLY applies to cash paying, out-of-pocket patients who's medical insurance DOES NOT qualify for acupuncture services. Billing rates billed to insurance companies are not a set rate, but billed according to services as allowed by HIPPA Law compliancy and NJ state statute. 
      A standard Acupuncture treatment consists of treating 1 or 2 sides (such as the front and back, or side of body).  Depending on the patient's presentation and chief complaint, the Acupuncturist practitioner will prescribe the necessary time needed for each side of treatment. Treatment may include moxibustion therapy, fire cupping, auricular acupuncture, Tui Na (bodywork therapy), qigong therapeutic exercises, dietary/supplementary advice. These modalities/therapies mentioned are prescribed based on patient chief complaint and presentation.
    • Pre-consultation Free
      A free 15 minute in-person consultation to see if acupuncture is right for you. We also are happy to provide free phone consults.
    • Asian Bodywork Therapy (Chinese Medical Massage)

      • Tui Na Bodywork Session $120
        Session is approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour, depending on symptom being treated on. Tui Na (Asian Bodywork Therapy) has the ability to focus on specific problems such as chronic pain related to the muscles, joints, fascial system, and musculoskeletal system. Sports injuries, joint pain, sciatica, muscle spasms, pain in the back, neck, and shoulders, insomnia, constipation, migraine headaches, and stress are all examples of what Tui Na can treat. Tui Na also works with the patient's energetics (called Qi) at a deeper level to help release stagnation and to harmonize imbalances. As in Acupuncture, Tui Na specializes in preventing illnesses and imbalances, not just correcting them. Tui Na dates back to 1700 BC.
    • Medical Qigong

      Qigong is an ancient practice of Asian energy work. It involves the cultivation of one’s vital force, or “Qi.” One’s energetics can be cultivated (built up) and then distributed throughout the body as a form of healing and re-balancing. Any disruption of one’s Qi, can be measured in excess or deficiency of their electromagnetic energy at, or near the area of the disruption or blockage. This imbalance can be the result of a poor diet, living a sedentary lifestyle, trauma/injury, surgery, emotional imbalances, and aging.

      The practice of Qigong exercises can correct these bio-energetic or bio electro-magnetic imbalances throughout the body. The body, including the internal organs, nervous system, and the immune system can be strengthened and regulated throughout the course of one’s lifetime with regular and continuous mindful Qigong practice.

      Qigong is considered one of the four pillars of Traditional Chinese Medicien (TCM), including acupuncture, herbal medicine, and massage (Tui Na Bodywork Therapy)

  • Yoga and Meditation Wellness



206 Dayton Street, Ridgewood, NJ, 07450


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