Acupuncture Edmonton

Acupuncture is a theory based on Yin and Yang energy flow. Our body’s
dysfunction is derived from the construct of Qi(energy) imbalance. Inserted
needles into a person’s body aim their vital energy balance by stimulating the
biometric energy and maximize the healing mechanism of the body. This helps
to reduce different kinds of pain from sports injury, neurological, musculo-
skeletal, gastro-intestinal and respiratory disorders by enhancing to secrete
hormones and the body’s natural painkillers.


30 Minute Acupuncture

$ 70

30 Minute Gua Sha/Cupping

$ 75
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45 Minute Acupuncture

$ 90
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60 Minute Acupuncture

$ 110
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75 Minute Acupuncture

$ 125

75 Minute Facial Acupuncture

$ 145
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60 Minute Follow Up Facial Acupuncture

$ 130
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What does acupuncture do?

Acupuncture points are believed to stimulate the central nervous system. This, in turn, releases chemicals into the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These biochemical changes may stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities and promote physical and emotional well-being.

What conditions can Acupuncture help with?

Acupuncture FAQ

Most patients have an appointment once a week. Others get treatment more or less often, depending on how long the effects last. Your acupuncturist will recommend a schedule that is right for you. You may not get the full benefits of acupuncture on the first or second treatment.

The needles are very thin, so insertion usually causes little discomfort. People often don’t feel them inserted at all. A typical treatment uses 5 to 20 needles. You may feel a mild aching sensation when a needle reaches the correct depth.

Facial Acupuncture – AKA natural Botox, facial acupuncture is natural
approach to skin care and reset the skin. Inserting small needles into the face to
create microtrauma and transfer the body to repair mode which induce collagen
production and increase blood flow and regenerate the skin. Skin reveals more
nourished, vibrant, and youthful skin. It improves overall skin texture and tone
including reduction in acne and fine lines the local area which creates a firming
effect making your skin look healthier and smoother.

Nearly anyone can benefit from receiving facial acupuncture—it’s a great
treatment to use as preventive care for people of all ages.
Treatments can be tailored based on your needs and help relax muscles of the
face. Facial acupuncture improves the complexion and overall glow and
appearance of the skin, and help to minimize wrinkles.

Gua sha aims to move energy, known as qi or chi, around the body. The treatment involves using a tool to rub the skin in long strokes, applying enough pressure to create minor bruising. Gua sha may help to break down scar tissue and connective tissue, improving movement in the joints.

It is best if you can give an accurate picture of your health and injuries on your health history form. This enables your therapist to design the most appropriate and effective treatment for you.

There is no requirement to have a referral to see a Registered Massage Therapist. Extended health care plans, and insurers may require a referral before you will be covered. You need to check with your policy to see if you need one to be reimbursed for the treatments.