Although it is only recently getting attention in the United States,
acupuncture is actually one of the oldest known systems of healing.
Though it springs from ancient knowledge, acupuncture has shown a
remarkable ability to adapt and remain popular. In fact, to this day,
more people are treated with acupuncture than any other medical system
in the world, including pharmaceuticals.
Studies have shown that with the insertion of acupuncture needles the body responds in certain ways. Once the needle penetrates the skin
the body responds by treating the needle as a foreign invader.This triggers the body’s injury response. Since the needles are so fine and sterile, and the skin is swabbed with alcohol there is no injury or risk of infection. The injury response will divert the blood flow to the needle and increase circulation to the affected area. Blood flow brings oxygen, nutrients,and the immune system and treats the problem locally. When the injury response is triggered the body will try so sedate the patient by releasing endorphins. Endorphins provide the quintessential relaxation
and sense of well-being that acupuncture is known for.
Acupuncture can be adapted to treat limitless ailments.
Please contact our acupuncturist Patrica Holtz, L.Ac. at (845) 518-4542 with any questions.
Appointments are available:
Monday 9:00 - 11:00am
Tuesday 10:00 - 6:00pm
Wednesday 9 - 11:00am
Thursday 10:00 - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00 - 11:00am
Please call the spa to book an appointment (845) 229-9998
Initial visits are $85 with each follow-up visit costing $60.
**Please print and fill out this Acupuncture Form**
Acu-detox involves the placement of 5 tiny needles on the outside of the ear. Used all over the world and mandated in many municipalities, it is an effective adjunct treatment to help one detox from any drug.
Lyme Disease Flower Essence Treatment
A flower essence is a liquid sun infusion of a plant made from a flower. These liquids are energetic in nature. When ingested they tend to work very quickly.
This gentle, no needles treatment takes 45 minutes for the initial visit and 30 minutes for follow up visits. The average number of treatments is between 7-12, this number occasionally varies. The variables include: How long client has had the disease, how many antibiotics has the client had, age, how sick is the client, client's lifestyle and personality, diet and exercise, and are there any co-infections. Weekly treatments are recommended at first and then every other week when sufficient progress is noted. When the client feels a consistent shift in symptoms, Pat will teach a method of self-treatment.
This treatment works on animals, and works well with dogs and horses. Animals require fewer treatments and their recovery is more dynamic.
Initial treatment is $60, follow up treatments are $46.
Receive Community acupuncture at a discounted price.
(Between $25 -$48) Your treatment is still personalized to your
specific needs but you're sharing space and our acupuncturist's time
with other clients. Our Community acupuncture clinic schedule is as follows:
Tuesday 3:00 - 6:00pm
First and Third Saturdays 9:00am - Noon.
Appointments are required for Community Acupuncture and our cancellation policy is in effect. Please call to schedule.