At City Garden, acupuncture treatments happen in a comfortable group setting. We have 5 reclining chairs and 3 tables to choose from. Meditative music plays in the background and all talking is done in a whisper.
This arrangement is ideal for keeping costs low. It allows for a lot of available appointments. Friends and family have an opportunity to get treated together. Plus there's a collective healing atmosphere that gets created when everyone is together.
“Individual health and disease do not exist and cannot be understood apart from social conditions - particularly injustice, inequality, and the pervasive influence of traumatic stress” (liberationacupuncture.org)
Our health, Our community.
City Garden Community Acupuncture welcomes everyone to be part of our community. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identification, sex, marital status, immigration status, language, age, weight, education, HIV status.
Fragrance free policy
Scent and perfume can have an adverse effect on some medical conditions. If you know you’re coming in, hold off on spritzing your favorite scent until after your treatment.
City Garden Community Acupuncture first opened in 2014 under the name U-District Community Acupuncture. After achieving exempt status, City Garden became an official 501c3 nonprofit in June of 2018.