Welcome. We're glad you found us! You can schedule online or call (512)707-8330.
How the clinic works, and all you need for your first visit.
Frequently asked questions, and our answers to them.
Who we are and why we do what we do.
We want to help everyone understand acupuncture better.
We also offer herbal remedies for all kinds of things.
Details on how to find us.
Resources for patients and organizations we support.


Open 7 days a week

Our acupuncturists schedule

Cancellation and no show policy

Schedule your acupuncture appointment online


Community acupuncture & the sliding scale

Using your income as a guide, you pick how much you pay between $20 and $40 per treatment. We do not require proof of income, we just ask that you pay fairly. We also offer acudetox (just ear needles) for $15.

acupuncture treatment:

There is also a $10 new patient fee with your first appointment.

For your appointment with us:

Your new patient paperwork is here if you would like to fill it out ahead of time.

Los formularios de admisión en español están aquí.

  • Acupuncture is by appointment. You can call or schedule online. Please do not email us about appointments. If you schedule online, you will automatically receive notification of your appointment. Otherwise, we do not provide appointment reminders.
  • Plan to be at the clinic for about 90 minutes. Follow up treatments may not take as long. While typically a treatment lasts about an hour, we'll leave you as long as you look like you're resting soundly. So please be sure to let us know if you want to be out by a certain time.
  • Cell phones are not allowed in the clinic. Please leave phone in your car, or check it in at the front desk.
  • Please be clean when coming for acupuncture. Please shower if you've just worked out or taken a run, and please have clean feet. This is Texas. It get's hot. Please spare us your stinkiest shoes with no socks!
  • Do not wear cologne, perfume, oils, or lotions. Many people are sensitive to smells. Also, please don't wear oils on your skin or hair when you come. Oily skin makes needling difficult and it ruins our sheets.
  • Please eat a little something beforehand. Acupuncture is not recommended on an empty stomach.
  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing with sleeves that can be rolled up to the elbows and pants that can be rolled up to just above the knees.
  • Please make arrangements for childcare. We do not have the resources to supervise unattended children.
  • Quiet please. Be considerate of others in the group treatment room. Speak softly. Most people fall asleep when they get acupuncture so quiet is appreciated. Along those lines, if you are sensative to sounds you might want to bring earplugs as some people snore.



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