As a member of the Community Acupuncture Network, I believe that acupuncture should be affordable for all members of my community. I have a fee schedule of $20-50 per treatment for acupuncture, with an additional $10 first visit fee. As the patient, YOU decide how much to pay within that range.
The rationale behind this is that, in order for acupuncture to work well, you should receive it often, especially when first beginning treatment. To be able to come frequently, you have to find room within your budget to afford it. You will receive individualized care and a treatment plan designed for your issues, but it won't break you in order to do so.
For more info watch this video: Introduction to Community Acupuncture.
Investing in massage is an investment in your health. Just as exercise is vital to keeping you in shape, so too is relaxing your muscle tension. In today's society many people hold themselves in a rigid position, carrying their stress in their shoulders (or neck or lower back). Muscle movement should be fluid and easy, rather than hearing "the crunchies" of stiff tissue in your neck and shoulders when you move.
I offer Swedish and Manual Lymph Drainage Massage and Oriental Bodywork (Shiatsu and Thai Yoga Massage). Massages last an hour, although longer and shorter sessions may be arranged, and cost $85.
Massage for spot treatment of a specific complaint is $25 for 10 minutes or $30 for 15 minutes, $50 for 30 minutes.