Sarah specializes in alleviating the following ailments;
Depression, anxiety, psycho -emotional conditions. Common cold, allergies. Back, shoulder, neck, knee pain, sciatica, body pain. Menstrual disorders, sleep disorders, headaches.
She also specializes in the Acu Face lift, alleviating facial wrinkles, crows feet, frown lines, forehead crinkles.
Acupuncture works best when, in the beginning, done in consecutive sessions, recommending 1-2x per week for 6 weeks. A personalized consultation is done for every client before your session.
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Pricing and Packages
Private acupuncture treatment
The 50 minute acupuncture treatment is the perfect quick rest for the body, mind, and spirit. After an in depth intake, a treatment is created for your specific ailment as well as your unique constitution. Whether you suffer from insomnia, stress, low back pain, headaches, or any number of pathologies, acupuncture and Chinese herbs can help by treating both the root and branch of your issue to achieve optimal health.
Cupping can remove toxins & expel common colds, destress, as well as release chronically tight muscles. Followed by acupuncture with electrical stimulation, this treatment goes far deeper than either modality alone. Recommended for chronic stress and orthopedic issues.
55 minutes $120
The acupuncture facelift is best achieved in packages of 6 treatments, twice a week. By using small facial and intradermal needles to thread deep furrows and lines as well as traditional acupuncture points, jade gua sha tools & facial rollers as well as facial cupping to smooth fine lines, the acupuncture facial is both a treatment for total body relaxation as well as all natural beauty. It mixes whole body distal meridian theory with targeted local protocols. The facial needles stimulate natural collagen production in your skin while the distal needles alleviate stress and stimulate the release of natural endorphins.
Sarah Maiden, LAc, LMT graduated from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. She then volunteered for two months with the Acupuncture Relief Project, running her own remote health clinic in rural Nepal, seeing over 400 patients.
With a wide variety of patient experience, Sarah currently specializes in facial acupuncture as well as pain management and psycho-emotional conditions. Offering acupuncture, cupping, massage, energywork, and herbal consultations, Sarah creates a full spectrum treatment. At the moment, she is studying orthopedic acupuncture with the AOM Professional Certificate program. With a decade of massage therapy and energywork experience, as well as a year as a Certified Nursing Assistant in a hospital, Sarah seeks to combine Eastern and Western medicine, and physical and energetic understandings of the mind and body.
Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific points located on the surface of the skin, which have the ability to alter various biochemical and physiological conditions in order to achieve the desired effect
Those points are stimulated by the insertion of hair thin disposable stainless steel needles.
Just as the Western Medical Doctor monitors the blood flowing through blood vessels and the messages transported via the nervous system, the Acupuncturist assesses the flow and distribution of Qi, also known as Vital Energy, within its pathways known as meridians or channels.
Modern research shows that acupuncture stimulates the release of endorphins, serotonin and other neuro-chemicals that promote circulation and hormonal balance as well as reduce pain and inflammation.
The aim of acupuncture is not only to eliminate or alleviate symptoms but also to treat the underlying cause and improve the quality of life.