In ancient times in China, acupuncturists trained with a human form made of bronze that was filled with water and coated in wax. If they inserted needles in just the right place, they would puncture tiny wax-covered holes, and droplets of water would appear, confirming the practitioner's precision. The acupuncturists at TCA may have trained a little differently, but their goal is the same: to regulate the body's chi, the source of balance and wholeness. After a friendly interview to assess your needs, your treatment takes place in a large room in a restful group setting, just as is still practiced in the East. And it's affordable: Payment is based on a sliding scale. Those who cringe at the thought of needles: Put aside your fears. This is a painless and relaxing way to improved health.
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