Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practice that originated a few thousand years ago. It is based on the premise that a blockage or disturbance in the flow of the body’s life energy, or “qi” (pronounced as chi), can cause problems and lead to illness or dysfunction. Hair-thin needles are used in specific acupuncture points throughout the body to restore the flow of qi, balance the body’s energy, stimulate healing, and promote relaxation. According to TCM theory, there are over 1,000 acupuncture points on the body!

Gua Sha

If you’re wondering about the correct pronunciation, it’s “gwa sha.” This Chinese therapy uses a tool to rub or scrape the skin’s surface in long strokes. 
This method is used to boost circulation, increase blood flow, break up scar tissue, help chronic pain and generally improve the health of the entire body.
  • Improves Pain
  • Cellulite Reducer
  • Skin Boosting and Anti-Aging
  • Acne Helper

Fire Cupping

Fire cupping is a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine where heat is added to the inside of a glass cup causing a vacuum effect when the cup is applied to the skin. The cups may be placed on the body (most often on the back) and may be left in one spot, for an amount of time, or moved around in a gliding motion. 

This increases blood flow to the area and helps to loosen tight muscles while also helping with general circulation of energy (or Qi). 

  • Reduces tension and spasm
  • Improves blood flow and Qi


  • Alleviating Pain and Stiffness
  • Mood Balance
  • Relaxation/ Stress Relief
  • Hormone Balancing 
  • Helping with Menopause Symptoms
  • Quitting Addictions, such as smoking
  • Weight Loss
  • Facial Rejuvenation
  • and more!

Meet Our Acupuncturist

Shelly Miller

Shelly was born and raised in Toledo, OH. She had been struggling with strange health issues for years and the conventional model of medicine had failed her time and time again. She had gotten to the point of being willing to try anything to help her body heal. This is when someone suggested acupuncture. After only a few sessions she was blown away with how much better she was feeling. With this renewed sense of life she was ready for a change. A few months later she moved to Columbus and began studying to become an acupuncturist.
Shelly earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo in 2015 and received her master’s in Acupuncture from the Institute of Alternative Medicine in 2021

Relaxation Awaits!

Initial Visit

$ 80
  • Review Concerns
  • Private Room
  • Quiet and Relaxing
  • 75 minute visit
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Private Room

$ 60
  • Private Setting
  • Heated Table
  • Quiet Setting
  • 60 minute visit

Open Area

$ 40
  • Zero Gravity Chair
  • Casual and Fun
  • Great for Wellness
  • 40 minute visit

Gua Sha

$ 20
  • Skin Scrapping
  • Fascia and Tendon Work
  • May Feel Sore After
  • 20 minute visit

Fire Cupping

$ 20
  • Heated Suction cups
  • Increases local blood flow
  • Loosens tight muscles
  • 20 minute visit