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Initial Consultation & Acupuncture Treatment
Your initial visit includes a detailed personal questionnaire & thorough physical examination. After a diagnosis is made, a
customized Acupuncture treatment will be preformed. Follow-up treatments may be recommended accordingly, based on your
$140 / 2 hours
Subsequent Acupuncture Treatment(s)
$110 per session / 1 - 1.5 hours (depending on supplemental services)
Specific points are selected on the face, scalp and along the hairline to lift and firm. The insertion of tiny needles within wrinkles
and lines simulates micro abrasion. Facial Rejuvenation treatments enhance the skin by stimulating elastin and collagen
production. Treatments increase the flow of blood to the face while simultaneously correcting imbalances in the body.
$130/treatment (15% discount offered for packages of 10 or more treatments ) / 2 hours
"Tui Na" means push and grasp. It involves therapeutic bodywork which uses range of motion, tration and massage with the stimulation of acupressure points. Tui Na helps treat both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions as well as circulatory conditions.
Pricing varies based on condition.
By using suction techniques on specific area of the body, cupping stimulates circulation and promotes blood flow to the surface of the skin. Cupping treats a variety of conditions ranging from the common cold, to muscle pain, and the removal of toxins.
Friction created by the Gua Sha instrument promotes circulation to the muscles, tissues, and organs directly beneath the surface of the skin. This is used to treat as well as prevent common cold, flu, bronchitis, asthma, as well as any chronic disorder involving pain, congestion of Qi and blood. It is also used to treat systemic toxicity, poor circulation, physical and emotional stress, and migraines. Daily metabolic processes are improved due to increased movement of fluids, carrying nutrients to tissues, disposing metabolic wastes.
The ear is seen as a microsystem of the body and can be used to treat a wide range of ailments. Fine needles are inserted into specific points. Auricular acupuncture is often used in conjunction with body acupuncture, enhancing the effects of the overall treatment.
Herbal Ear Seeds
Herbal seeds provide stimulation to specific points and help prolong the effects of a treatment between visits. Ear seeds are small seeds from the Vaccaria plant. These seeds are held in place on the ear with a small piece of adhesive tape. The seeds can be worn anytime and replaced periodically. This process works similarly to auricular acupuncture but gives continued stimulation to Acupuncture points throughout the day.
Mena Rajan is a board certified, licensed
Acupuncturist & Herbalist. She obtained a
Masters Degree in Traditional Chinese
Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental
Medicine, NY and holds a Bachelors of
Science Degree in Health Science, from
California State University, Long Beach. Her
studies continued abroad where Mena
successfully completed an International TCM
training program at Chengdus University of
TCM, in Chengdu, China. Mena is board
certified and accredited by the National
Certification Commission for Acupuncture
and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She is a
member of the American Acupuncture
Council, Acupuncture Society of
Pennsylvania and is certified in Facial
Rejuvenation. Mena is also licensed to
practice in the state of California.
For additional information on acupuncture please visit www.EssentiaAcupuncture.com
Electro-Acupuncture is the application of pulsating electrical current to Acupuncture needles as a means of stimulating them and surrounding tissues. Electro-Acupuncture may help reduce total treatment time by providing continued stimulus. It can produce a stronger stimulation which man be needed for neuralgia or paralysis.
Moxabustion (Moxa) involves burning the herb "Ai Ye", also known as Mugwort. It can be placed directly above the skin, on top of a needle or directly on the skin. Moxa provides a warming effect in the body which helps promote free flowing energy in the acupuncture channels.
There are hundreds of Chinese herbal formulas, from which, depending on your condition, you will be prescribed a formula that is best suited for your diagnosis. The formulas range from tea pills, encapsulated pills, loose granules to whole raw herbs which you cook at home. Herbal formulas are particularly effective in conjunction with Acupuncture treatments.
Pricing varies based on condition.