Acupuncture

Acupuncture at Kindness Yoga is a deeply relaxing and powerful healing modality that combines the highest quality care with our commitment to affordability.

Acupuncture is an ancient art that continues to be widely practiced in modern times for one simple reason – it works. Receiving regular treatments – which are delivered by stimulating blood flow via energetic points on the skin with tiny needles – enhances general health and well-being, relieves pain, and supports the treatment of a wide variety of conditions.

The community acupuncture model is a groundbreaking concept that makes the healing power of acupuncture more financially comfortable for everyone. You’ll receive treatments in a serene environment alongside fellow community members, which is said to increase the power of each treatment for a fraction of the cost.

Pricing Options**

When you come in for an acupuncture appointment, you have two options. You can pay our drop-in rate or purchase a package for a discounted rate.

Drop-in: $35
3-visit package: $90
5-visit package: $140
10-visit package: $250

Whether you’re an athlete recovering from injury, a community member looking for safe and natural allergy relief, or anyone seeking mental and emotional tranquility, come experience the power of acupuncture treatment with us!

Current Community Acupuncture schedule:
DAY TIME ACUPUNCTURIST LOCATION
Monday 3-7pm
3-7pm
Shannon
Vanessa
Hilltop
Platte Street
Tuesday 10am-2pm  Natalie  Hilltop 
Wednesday 3-7pm Natalie Hilltop
Thursday 10-2pm
Vanessa
Platte Street
Saturday (every 1st and 3rd of month) 11:30am-1:30pm  Vanessa Platte Street

**New prices activate November 1

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Our Acupuncturists


Shannon Stevens

Shannon Stevens

Shannon began her journey in alternative health care 15 years ago through the need to heal herself. Unsatisfied with the care given her in conventional western medicine, she tried acupuncture and was immediately enthused. Devotion to the Traditional Chinese Medical system given her in one of the country’s leading clinics not only put her on the road to health, but offered an insight into an alternative view of what it means to be healthy. Fueled by her passion for the alternative road to health, Shannon earned her Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2012 then added an apprenticeship in sports medicine acupuncture in 2014. When working with patients, Shannon’s approach is rooted in her personal experience and driven by compassion for the unique condition in every individual.


Vanessa Mahoney

Vanessa Mahoney

Vanessa Mahoney, L.Ac., is a licensed acupuncturist and a nationally board certified Diplomat of Oriental Medicine. She graduated from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine and trained with Mikio Sankey in Esoteric Acupuncture. Vanessa uses an intuitive approach, incorporating her knowledge of the chakra system, psychology, and energy healing into her acupuncture treatments. She is drawn to treating mental health issues, trauma, women's health, stress, & pain, helping people through transitions, and assisting people to find balance and heal naturally. Vanessa is a Marine Corps veteran and will complete yoga teacher training in the Summer 2016 to become a trauma informed yoga teacher for Comeback Yoga.


Natalie Franciose

Natalie Franciose

Natalie began her knowledge with a Bachelor of Science in biology and a minor in chemistry from Radford University graduating in 2008. In August 2015 Natalie earned her Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from CSTCM - the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. While in school she interned at Urban Herbs Company, an herbal pharmacy serving the Five Points neighborhood. She is nationally board certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. In treatment she creates a nurturing environment to inspire the process of healing. Through personal experiences of her own and those of her patient’s Natalie knows the body has an innate ability to harmonize and heal itself, and she sees it as her calling in this life to help others unlock the powerful healing capabilities they already hold within themselves.


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